A New Age Tops Box Office Weekend Without New Releases

The Croods family has won another box office victory, the Croods: New Era, stay at the top of the league table. The release of DreamWorks Animation brought an additional $3 million to theaters on the third weekend, raising $24.2 million in cash at home. From now on, the Croods would have to deal with new neighbours, the Bettermans, who are a little more advanced than the title Prehistoric Family. Directed by Joel Crawford, returning film stars Nicholas Cage, Emma Stone, Ryan Reynolds, Catherine Keener, Clark Duke and Clorice Leachman and newcomers Peter Dinklage, Leslie Mann and Kelly Marie Tran.

This weekend it is striking that there have been no new releases for the general public, as the theatres continue to fight the coronavirus pandemic. Instead, the recurring holiday favorites in the theatres this weekend will take up several places on the list. Ferrell will finish third by week five and win an extra $390,000. National’s Lampoons Christmas Holiday was number six in the theaters three weeks ago and raised $237,000 this weekend. The animated films from the children’s book Polar Express will return to the theatres this weekend, bringing in $237,000.

Miracle Woman also returns to the films this weekend in anticipation of the Christmas debut of her 1984 sequel, Miracle Woman. The adaptation of DC Comics 2017 raised 187,000 dollars in the first weekend and returned to the theatres.

Strange, the war with grandpa, and coming to play is still on the map. Read on to see the full list this weekend.

1. Crude oil: New age

(Photo: DreamWorks animation)

  • third week
  • Weekend: $3 million
  • All in all, $24.2 million.

In their search for a safer environment, the prehistoric Crood family found an idyllic walled paradise that met all their needs. Unfortunately, they also have to learn to live with the Bettermans, a family just a few steps away from the evolutionary ladder of craftsmanship. As tensions between the new neighbors begin to mount, a new threat quickly pushes the two clans into an epic adventure that forces them to accept their differences, draw strength from each other and survive together.

Crude oil: Warden: Joel Crawford, scenario: Dan Hageman, Kevin Hageman, Paul Fisher and Bob Logan. The cast consisted of Nicholas Cage, Emma Stone, Ryan Reynolds, Catherine Keener, Clark Duke, Cloris Leachman, Peter Dinklage, Leslie Mann and Kelly Marie Tran.


2. Half-brothers

(Photo: Sharpness Features)

  • Second week
  • It’s the weekend: $490,000
  • All in all, $1.38 million.

Renato, a Mexican aviation leader, was shocked when he heard he had an American half-brother he didn’t know he had – a freethinking Asher. Two completely different half-brothers are forced to travel together. Inspired by their sick father, they trace the path he followed as an immigrant from Mexico to America.

The director of the half-brothers was Luke Greenfield, based on a scenario by Eduardo Cisneros and Jason Schumann. The film stars Luis Gerardo Mendes, Connor del Rio, Jose Zuniga, Vincent Spano, Pia Watson and Juan Pablo Espinosa.


3. Eleven

(Photo: Cinema new line)

  • Fifth week (new edition)
  • It’s the weekend: $390,000
  • All in all, $173.7 million.

Buddy (Will Ferrell) was accidentally transferred to the North Pole as a baby and grew up between Santa’s elves. Unable to shake off the feeling that he doesn’t belong, the grown-up boyfriend travels to New York in elf form in search of his real father. Turns out it’s Walter Hobbs, a cynical businessman. After the DNA test proves it, Walter hesitates to commit to a relationship with the boyfriend, with increasingly chaotic results.

The Elf was first released in 2003 and was directed by John Favraux, written by David Berenbaum, and performed by Will Ferrell, James Caan, Zoe Deschanel, Mary Steenburgen, Daniel They, Bob Newhart and Ed Asner.


4. Eng

  • third week
  • It’s the weekend: $315,000
  • All in all, $8.2 million.

Seventeen-year-old Millie Kessler spends her days trying to survive school and the brutal actions of a mob. But if she becomes the ultimate target of The Butcher, the notorious serial killer of the city, her last year is the least of her worries. When the butcher’s mystical dagger forces him and Millie to magically change her body, a frightened teenager learns that she only has 24 hours to regain her identity before she is left forever as a mad middle-aged woman.

Freaky directed by Christopher Landon, based on the script he wrote with Michael Kennedy. Film stars Vince Vaughn, Katherine Newton, Kathy Finneran, Celeste O’Connor and Alan Cancer.


5. Grandfather’s war

(Photo: 101 Studios)

  • week 10
  • It’s the weekend: $266,000
  • All in all, $18 million.

Peter and his grandfather were very close, but when Jack’s grandfather moved in with the family, Peter had to give up his most precious possession: the rooms. I won’t stop for anything to get his room back, and make a series of jokes with his friends to scare him away. But grandpa doesn’t give up so easily, and it’s going to be a total war between them.

The war with grandfather. – Directed: Tim Hill from Robert Kimmel Smith’s novel of the same name. Film stars – Robert De Niro, Oaks Fegley, Uma Thurman, Rob Riggl, Laura Marano, Cheech Marin, Jane Seymour, Christopher Walken.


6. Lampun Nation Christmas holidays

(Photo: Warner Bros.)

  • Third week (new edition)
  • It’s the weekend: $237,000
  • All in all, $73.1 million.

As the holidays approach, Clark Griswold (Chevy Chase) wants his family to have the perfect Christmas. He takes care of his wife Ellen (Beverly D’Angelo) and children and makes sure everything is in order, including the tree and the decorations in the house. But it gets ugly fast. His cousin Eddie (Randy Quaid) and his family, who live in the forest, arrive unannounced and start living in their caravan on Griswold territory. Worse, Clark’s employers waived the vacation pay he needed.

The Christmas holiday at National Lampun was directed by Jeremiah S. Chechik and written by John Hughes from Christmas 59, a novel he wrote for National Lampuny magazine. The movie stars Chevy Chase, Beverly D’Angelo and Randy Quaid.


7. Polar Express

Polar Express movie (Photo: Warner Brothers).

  • Second week (or new edition)
  • It’s the weekend: $237,000
  • All in all, $187.4 million.

When a dubious young man embarks on an extraordinary journey to the North Pole, he embarks on a journey of self-knowledge that shows him that for those who believe, the miracle of life never goes away.

The director of the Polar Express, Robert Zemeckis, created it from the children’s book of the same name by Chris Van Olsburg, published in 1985. The cartoon included Tom Hanks, Daryl Sabara, Nona Gay, Jimmy Bennett and Eddie Disen.


8. All my life

(Picture: Universal pictures)

Jennifer Carter and Solomon Chow are a sweet, happy, young engaged couple ready to start their lives together. But if Solomon is diagnosed with terminal liver cancer, his hopes for a summer wedding become impossible. Over time, their friends and family will develop an inspiring plan to help Jennifer and Solomon realize their dream of marriage.

My whole life directed by Marc Meyers with a script by Todd Rosenberg, based on a true story. Film stars are Jessica Roth, Harry Noise Jr., Kyle Allen, Chrissy Fit, Jay Faroa, Maryell Scott and Kila Settle.


9. Wonder Woman

  • Opening weekend (new edition)
  • It’s the weekend: $187,000
  • All in all: $412.7 million.

Before she became Wonder Woman, she was Diana, an Amazonian princess who was trained as an invincible warrior. Growing up on a protected island paradise, Diana meets an American pilot who tells her about a major conflict raging in the outside world. Convinced she can end the threat, Diane leaves her house for the first time. By fighting together with the men in the war to end all wars, she finally discovers her true strength and destiny.

Directed by Patty Jenkins and written by Allan Heinberg, Wonder Woman Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Robin Wright, Danny Houston, David Telis, Connie Nielsen, Elena Anaya and Side Tagmawee.


10. Bowl play

(Photo: focus on features)

  • seventh week
  • It’s the weekend: $175,000
  • All in all, $9.2 million.

Parents fight to save their son when a mysterious creature invades our world with their electronic devices.

Come Play is written and directed by Jacob Chase. The movie stars Gillian Jacobs, John Gallagher Jr., Agi Robertson and Winslow Fegley.


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