Avengers: Endgame Re-Release Makes $5.5 Million, As Toy Story 4 Stays No. 1 At US Box Office
The numbers are in.
The latest box office report is in, and the re-release of Avengers: Endgame has not proven to be a huge box office draw. Instead, Disney's Toy Story 4 was again the best-performing movie of the weekend in the United States and Canada. It made $57.9 million over the Friday-Sunday period, falling 52 percent from its opening-weekend haul of $118 million last weekend.
Toy Story 4 has now made $236.9 million in the US/Canada so far. Globally, Toy Story 4 has now made $496.5 million. All of the box office numbers come from Entertainment Weekly.
In other news, Annabelle Comes Home landed at No. 2 with $20.4 million. It's the worst-performing Conjuring universe movie to date, and that includes the earlier Annabelle movies that opened in the US and Canada to $37.1 million and $35 million respectively.
Perhaps the most notable premiere of the week was the re-release of Avengers: Endgame, given the unusual nature of a re-release with a small amount of new footage coming so soon after the original theatrical debut. It made $5.5 million, and combined with more money from overseas, its total box office stands at $2.76 billion. It's about $27 million behind Avatar ($2.78 billion) for the all-time record, and box office insiders believe Endgame may never beat Avatar, at least not right away. The re-release hit theaters just ahead of Spider-Man: Far From Home, which debuts this week and is a fairly direct follow-up to Endgame.
Danny Boyle's Yesterday, which is a movie about a world where The Beatles do not exist, made $17 million for its opening weekend. John Wick 3 stayed in the charts, too, landing at No. 10 with $3.2 million.
June 28-30 US/Canada Box Office
All numbers from Entertainment Weekly
- Toy Story 4 -- $57.9 million
- Annabelle Comes Home -- $20.4 million
- Yesterday -- $17 million
- Aladdin -- $9.3 million
- Secret Life of Pets 2 -- $7.1 million
- Men In Black: International -- $6.6 million
- Avengers: Endgame -- $5.5 million
- Child's Play -- $4.3 million
- Rocketman -- $3.9 million
- John Wick: Chapter 3: Parabellum -- $3.2 million
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