Despite plenty of new nationwide offerings, Universal’s blockbuster “Hobbs & Shaw” pulled ahead of the competition to maintain its reign at the domestic box office.
The “Fast & Furious” spinoff — starring Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham — collected $25.4 million during its second weekend of release. That figure marks a 58% decline from its inaugural outing, on par with past franchise entries. After nine days in theaters, “Hobbs & Shaw” has earned $108 million in North America and $224 million overseas.
Even though “Hobbs & Shaw” retained the box office crown, CBS Films, eOne and Lionsgate’s “Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark” had a strong start, debuting with $20.8 million from 3,135 theaters. The PG-13 thriller tied “The Woman in Black” for CBS Film’s biggest opening to date.
“The filmmakers and the team at CBS Films are thrilled that moviegoers are embracing the world of Scary Stories,” Guillermo del Toro, who served as a producer, said in a statement. “It’s particularly satisfying to see families experiencing the fun of the movie together.”
Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson working out
Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson working out
Since today’s my birthday - my annual “birthday clang and bang” workouts are always special.
Labored in sweat, grit, spit, cuss words, laughs, loud music and some other sexy shit 😈
But it’s mainly labored in the most important thing of all ~ gratitude.
Grateful to have these two hands to put in the hard work and take some more cracks at success as we go down this wild & blessed road of life.
#birthdayclangandbang #gratitude #cleanupyoursweatdammit
Let the blood flow.
Putting my newly designed with bad ass innovation @underarmour PROJECT ROCK 2’s 👟 in one of my favorite colors - Blood Orange.
These will drop this summer (6/27) and get ready for one of, if not THE best training shoe you’ll ever earn your gains in.
And this exercise is one of the many reasons I’m a helluva hugger.
Drops this SUMMER 🔥💪🏾
Iron sharpens iron.
Gettin’ killer workouts in here in Hawaii.
I work all around the world, but always good to come back home to sharpen the iron in our aloha spirit.
Let the blood flow.
21 inch Gun salute.
Hellish bicep 💪🏾 finisher I love called 21’s.
7 reps from the top going only half way down.
7 reps from the bottom going only halfway up.
7 full reps.
And pushing past your pain threshold to squeeze out a few more extra reps is where success and magic happens.
THANK YOU for making my #BendBoundariesCollection a very big success for #ProjectRock & @underarmour.
AVAILABLE NOW at @dickssportinggoods and in my LINK UP TOP ☝🏾☝🏾
I don’t do pretty workouts — l leave that for all the pretty boys.
My training is intense, nasty, extreme, unapologetic and hard core.
But always fun 😈
Remember, it isn’t always about what you do, but rather the spirit in which you do it.
Train as hard as you can and leave it all in the gym.
Thanks again for making my new #BendBoundariesCollection with @underarmour such a success.
AVAILABLE NOW at @dickssportinggoods and the link in my bio ☝🏾💪🏾☝🏾
Pain Chains ⛓
If you go to @dickssportinggoods or *link in my bio* you’ll buy my new #ProjectRock training gear which is @underarmour’s #1 SELLING BRAND across the board.
And if you step inside my IRON PARADISE - man or woman - I’m gonna wrap these chains around your neck and we’re gonna GET DOWN.
I don’t do gentle, but hey don’t knock it til’ you try it 😈
HUGE thank you to EVERYONE for your amazing (record breaking:) support!
My #ProjectRock1s👟 are @underarmour’s #1 SELLING training shoe - and new color ways drop TOMORROW.
It’s time to Bend Boundaries.
Get yours TOMORROW 3/21 👟🔥
Train your wheels ⛓
✔️out my NEW BAD ASS BLACK👟#ProjectRock HOVR Phantoms dropping THIS THURSDAY from my @underarmour #BendBoundariesCollection.
And you asked for it, so yes, my new hoodie comes precut for your comfort.
Welcome to my IRON PARADISE ~ where everyday is leg day.
DROPS THIS THURS 👟🔥
This THURSDAY my new #NastyWhites 👟 drop for @underarmour’s #1 selling #ProjectRock1s
As with every piece I deliver to you - I personally put it all thru the IRON PARADISE test.
They passed 💪🏾
#NastyWhites #PR1s #BendBoundariesCollection
THIS THURSDAY 👟
Don’t get too close kids, he bites.
Great Saturday back session in the IP consisting of all giant sets.
Pulled hard and pushed thru.
Enjoy your weekend my friends and get some.
#IronParadise #EnterAtYourOwnRisk #LifeInsuranceOptional
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Paramount’s “Dora and the Lost City of Gold,” a live-action adaptation of the animated kids show, launched in fourth place with $17 million from 3,735 screens. The PG comedy brought out families and females, with parents and kids accounting for 43% of opening weekend crowds, while women and girls totaled 57% of audiences. Hispanics turned out in force, representing 46% of moviegoers. Caucasians made up the next biggest demographic (32%), followed by African Americans (11%) and Asians (11%).
Not all new releases were as fortunate. Star power wasn’t enough to save Warner Bros.’ “The Kitchen,” a heist thriller starring Melissa McCarthy, Tiffany Haddish and Elisabeth Moss. The movie flamed out with $5.5 million, a dismal debut given the high-wattage cast and a production budget nearing $38 million. Andrea Berloff wrote and directed the film, which also features Domhnall Gleeson, James Badge Dale and Brian d’Arcy James.
Disney-Fox’s “The Art of Racing in the Rain” came in on the lower end of expectations with $8 million, nabbing sixth place on box office charts. The family friendly film, based on the popular novel by Garth Stein, follows a smarter-than-your-average dog (voiced by Kevin Costner) reflecting back on his relationship with his human owners, played by Milo Ventimiglia and Amanda Seyfried.
The weekend’s final newcomer, Bleecker Street’s “Brian Banks,” opened at No. 12 with $2 million from 1,240 locations.