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Entertainment

Web Desk
January 28, 2019

Glass dominates N American box offices

Entertainment

Web Desk
Mon, Jan 28, 2019


LOS ANGELES: Universal's film "Glass" has kept clear of the competition in  box offices for a second straight weekend, taking in $19 million.

"Glass", directed by M Night Shyamalan, is a sequel to his "Unbreakable" (2000) and "Split" (2016). It stars Bruce Willis as a superhuman locked in a psychiatric ward with a mass murderer.

While the second spot at the box office also remained unchanged from last weekend, with STX Films´ "The Upside" earning $12.2 million.

"The Upside" stars Bryan Cranston as a wealthy quadriplegic who hires ex-convict Kevin Hart as his caretaker. 

"Aquaman," starring Jason Momoa as the underwater king, has now generated $1.09 billion in global box office revenues to retain the third place

A new release from Fox, "The Kid Who Would Be King," placed fourth with $7.3 million for the three-day weekend. 

Sony´s "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse," got fifth spot with $6.2 million.

Rounding out the weekend´s top 10 were:

"Green Book" ($5.4 million)

"A Dog´s Way Home" ($5.2 million)

"Serenity" ($4.8 million)

"Escape Room" ($4.3 million)

"Dragon Ball Super: Broly" ($3.6 million)