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'Dark Tower' Takes the Lead in Slow Weekend Box Office

'Dark Tower' Takes the Lead in Slow Weekend Box Office

Idris Elba and Matthew McConaughey‘s The Dark Tower has come in first at the weekend box office!

The film brought in $19.5 million it its opening weekend at the box office, which proved to start off a bit slow.

Dunkirk gave The Dark Tower a run for it’s money, but ended up in second place with $17.6 million.

Animated film The Emoji Movie came in third place with $12.3 million earned. Rounding out the top five were Girls Trip and Halle Berry‘s Kidnap, which brought in $11.4 million and $10.2 million, respectively.

Kathryn Bigelow‘s new film Detriot had a disappointing opening at the box office, and only brought in $7.3 million.

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  • shoes4life

    I knew Detroit would be a bust. People on all sides of the fence don’t want to pay to see racial divide of the past when we can still see it for free on the news and in the government. The only difference between then and now, it just has a new dress on it and is not as forward as it was back then. Give us a movies with a uplifting message, comedies, well executed dramas or dumbed down action, nothing more.

  • Kanishamfalzone

    my friend’s aunt gets $69 an hour on the laptop… she’s been out of a job for eleven months and the previous month her pay was $14683 working on the internet for 2 hours a day. ➤check

  • Jon M’Shulla

    1) Dark Tower….race change is racist.19 million? Not a winner.Just bad weekend.
    2) Dunkirk…been out 3 weeks already but, good film for war.
    3) Cartoon….no thanks
    4) Girls Trip? A Black Chick Flick….no thanks, I’m a guy.
    5) Kidnap…I like Halle but, never even heard of this. Not into Kidnapping.
    6)Detroit? No way.

    Lousy week for Hollywood income.