Maureen Lenker writes this for EW: Glass is still slicing through its competitors to hold onto the top spot at the box office.The M. Night Shyamalan thriller tops the box office for the third week running with an estimated $9.5 million in ticket sales at 3,665 theaters in the U.S. and Canada from Friday through … Read moreGLASS cuts through competition for third weekend in a row! Victory for #Shyalaman
CONGRATS TO M NIGHT ON A SECOND WEEK AT 1 .. 1. Glass $19,049,000 Total: $73,589,135 LW: 1THTRS: 3,844 2. The Upside $12,240,000 Total: $63,144,846 LW: 2THTRS: 3,377 3. Aquaman $7,350,000 Total: $316,554,074 LW: 3THTRS: 3,134 4. The Kid Who Would Be King* $7,250,000 Total: $7,250,000 LW: NTHTRS: 3,521 5. Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse $6,150,000 … Read moreGLASS NUMBER 1 FOR SECOND WEEK
M. Night Shyamalan was approached by Marvel and DC Comics to potentially deliver a story featuring their characters, but he is revealing that he felt as though he would be denied creative control on those universes, making him pass on those offers..’ “I want to make sure it’s right for everybody. I have a strong … Read moreM. Night Shyamalan was approached by Marvel and DC Comics.. and he said no!
This from DEADLINE: Tracking is seeing Glass at $60M over four days at roughly 3,700 theaters in U.S. and Canada, but there are some who believe this pic, given its long fandom appeal, could jump to $70M. Glass cost in the low $20M before P&A to make and was completely financed by Shyamalan; the movie … Read moreM NIGHT expected to smash with GLASS this weekend!