#Spiral, the lastest entry in the horror series, earned another $4.5 million in North America and $2.67 million overseas this weekend. That haul pushed the property to $1,000,799,533 globally across nine films https://t.co/yEP2uxldeS— Variety (@Variety) May 23, 2021
North America saw a quiet weekend at the box office as Spiral stayed on top for the second weekend with $4.5 million. While that might not be much to write about, it was a massive weekend for the Saw franchise as it reached the $1 billion mark globally. Its especially notable as its a franchise that has kept its production budgets incredibly small.
Wrath of Man ($2.9 million), Those Who Wish Me Dead ($1.8 million), Raya and the Last Dragon ($1.6 million) and Godzilla vs. Kong ($1.4 million) rounded out the top 5. On the new side, ONTD fav Toni Collette's Dream Horse took $844k.
Overseas, F9 debuted to a massive $162.4 million in 8 markets, $135 million alone coming from China. The film doesn't hit NA until the end of June.
Next weekend is a big one: A Quiet Place Part II and Cruella, the later which will also be available via D+'s Premier Access.