Weekend Box Office: ‘Halloween’ Sees $32 Million in 2nd Weekend

The David Gordon Green-directed slasher reboot dominated the North American box office for the second straight weekend, grossing $32 million in ticket sales and pushing the film’s domestic total past the $100 million mark.

Meanwhile, A Star is Born is No. 2 for the fourth straight weekend, while Venom, Sony’s Spider-Man spinoff, is in third with $10.8 million.

The Gerard Butler-led submarine flick Hunter Killer debuted in fifth place with a meager $6.65 million. See the weekend’s top 10 estimates below.

1. Halloween — $32,045,000 ($126,698,400)
2. A Star is Born —$14,145,000 ($148,722,400)
3. Venom — $10,800,000 ($187,282,314)
4. Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween —$7,500,000 ($38,348,809)
5. Hunter Killer —$6,650,000
6. The Hate U Give — $6,650,000 – ($18,300,005)
7. First Man —$4,935,000 ($37,880,080)
8. Small Foot — $4,750,000 ($72,591,050)
9. Night School — $3,255,000 ($71,451,025)
10.Mid90s — $3,000,000 ($3,350,170)

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