Hart/Cranston Film Has Plenty Of 'Upside' At Box Office


LOS ANGELES (CNS) - M. Night Shyamalan's ''Glass'' is the top  performer at the box office this holiday weekend.

The spooky thriller earned a projected $40.5 million, pushing last weekend's top draw, the Kevin Hart/Bryan Cranston comedy “The Upside” into second place with an estimated $15.6 million, according to analyst Paul Dergarabedian at Comscore.

In its fifth weekend in theatres, the mega-hit “Aquaman” took in another $10.3 million, bringing its total take to $304.3 million in the U.S and pushing its global tally to $1.03 billion.

Newcomer “Dragon Ball Super: Broly” debuted in fourth place with $8.7 million. `Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse” came in fifth with 7.2- million dollars.

Rounding out the top 10 releases were “A Dog's Way Home” ($7.1 million) , “Escape Room” ($5.2 million), “Mary Poppins Returns” ($5.2 million), “Bumblebee” ($4.6 million), and “On The Basis of Sex” ($3.9 million.).


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