Last weekend (01.18-01.20) North American box office revenue totaled 98.15 million US dollars, down 24.3% from the previous week. It seems that the US federal government's 35-day lockout does not seem to encourage everyone's passion for entertainment. Last week was still the Glass reelection champion, re-entering the $19.04 million box office, and now Glass North America has a cumulative box office of $73.58 million. The two new films are very bleak. The youngsters based on the legend of King Arthur, through the movie The Kid Who Would Be King, earned $7.25 million in 3521 theaters for three days, which is considered to be "strongly related to social reality", but Compared to its $59 million production cost, it’s still a bit of a downturn; Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway’s thriller crime film Serenity is a bad comment, and it’s thought that it’s just a matter of playing tricks on the audience’s IQ. Got a $4.8 million box office.
As of Sunday, the total box office in North America in January was only 773 million US dollars, a drop of 12.8% compared with the same period last year, the worst performance in nearly six years. This weekend will usher in the US "Spring Season" "Super Bowl" competition, the North American market is likely to drop to the lowest point in recent months, the market downturn will not wait until the "Super Bowl" can change.
The fantasy adventure film The Kid Who Would Be King released by Flowserve only recorded more than $7 million on weekends, ranking fourth at the weekend box office. Serenity starring Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway only received less than $5 million in the first three days of the week and failed to squeeze into the top five of the weekend.
Oscar's best animated film Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse received another $6.15 million over the weekend, and the decline narrowed to less than 20%, ranking the top five for the seventh consecutive week.