‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Dominates the Competition in Its Second Weekend
It was another crazy rich weekend for Warner Bros.’s Crazy Rich Asians, which dropped just 5.7% in its second weekend based on estimates, and if last weekend’s performance is any indication, don’t be surprised to see that weekend number climb once actuals are received on Monday afternoon.
As for the weekend’s new wide releases, both The Happytime Murders and A.X.L.
struggled, though Sony’s limited release of Searching delivered a chart-topping per theater average in limited release, in advance of going wide next weekend.
With an impressive $25 million, WB’s Crazy Rich Asians dropped just 5.7% compared to its opening weekend, easily remaining the #1 film at the weekend box office.
The film’s domestic gross now totals over $76 million after just 12 days in release, on its way to what looks like it could be a $150+ million domestic run.
The film’s second weekend drop is one of the smallest of all-time
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