Sully On Top Again at U.S. Box Offices

Sully was the No. 1 film at U.S. box offices this weekend while Bridget Jones’ Baby staked claim to the No. 1  position worldwide.

This was the second straight week that Sully, starring Tom Hanks, was tops at U.S. box offices earning $22.0 million this past weekend. The movie, based on US Airways Flight 1549 making an emergency landing on the Hudson River, has made $93.9 million worldwide to date.

Bridget Jones’ Baby is the third film in the Bridge Jones’ franchise and earned $38.1 million around the world over the weekend.

ComScore’s Senior Media Analyst Paul Dergarabedian said, “Universal’s ‘Bridget Jones’s Baby’ opened in 39 territories along with the U.S. and Canada this weekend with a worldwide total of $38.1 million and in the process posted the biggest romantic comedy opening weekend ever in the U.K. with $11.3 million.  Meanwhile, Warner Bros.’ ‘Sully’ continues to land big grosses adding another $29 million globally this weekend and brings its total to $93.94 million to date.”

The top 12 worldwide weekend box office estimates, listed in descending order, per data collected as of Sunday, September 18, are below.

1. Bridget Jones’s Baby – Universal – $38.1M
2. Sully – Warner Bros. – $29.0M
3. Age Of Shadows, The (Mil Jeong) – Warner Bros. – $21.5M
4. Chinese Odyssey Part Three: The End, A – Multiple – $17.3M
5. Blair Witch – Lionsgate – $14.6M
6. Don’t Breathe – Sony – $12.8M
7. Ben-Hur – Paramount Pictures – $11.5M
8. Secret Life Of Pets, The – Universal – $10.8M
9. Suicide Squad – Warner Bros. – $10.5M
10. S Storm – Multiple – $9.8M
11. Snowden – Multiple – $8.7M
12. Finding Dory – Disney – $8.6M

The top 12 domestic weekend box office estimates, listed in descending order, per data collected as of Sunday, September 18, are below.

1. Sully – Warner Bros. – $22.0M
2. Blair Witch – Lionsgate – $9.7M
3. Bridget Jones’s Baby – Universal – $8.2M
4. Snowden – Open Road – $8.0M
5. Don’t Breathe – Sony – $5.6M
6. When The Bough Breaks – Sony – $5.5M
7. Suicide Squad – Warner Bros. – $4.7M
8. Wild Life, The – Lionsgate – $2.6M
9. Kubo And The Two Strings – Focus Features – $2.5M
10. Pete’s Dragon – Disney – $2.0M
11. Hell Or High Water – Lionsgate – $1.9M
12. Bad Moms – STX Entertainment – $1.8M