Ghostbusters fails to overcome 'The Secret Life of Pets'

The Comedy, Fantasy and the scientific film Ghostbusters has released on 15 July 2016. This movie failed to overcome the collections of the movie Secret Life of Pets collection at the American Box Office.

Sony’s latest film all- female Ghostbusters opened in the second position at the box office over the weekend with $46 million in 3,962 theatres, and the start is considering the movie’s sizeable budget.

The movie “The Secret Life of Pets” is on the top easily even this is the second weekend after the release of the film. This movie has declined 52% to $50.6 million from 4,381 locations for a total of $203.2 million till Sunday. From the first nine markets in early global market the Illumination Entertainment and Universal release has earned $50.8 million and as per the global total, they earned a total of $254 million.

‘The Secret Life of Pets’ raises Huge Box Office Collections on the Weekend and highest in US

The animated movie is offering to continue to rule all the way. The film from the Fox entertainment, Ice Age: Collision Course topped the foreign box office chart with the total of $53.5 million from 51 markets. The new openings included with $7.2 million in France and $5.2 million in the United Kingdom. So far the total collections for this movie internationally are at $127 million in advance when compared with domestic launch on Friday.

Check out the complete movie collections till the weekend at the Box Office 2016.

  • “The Secret Life of Pets,” $50.6 million
  • “Ghostbusters,” $46 million
  • “The Legend of Tarzan,” $11.1 million
  • “Finding Dory,” $11 million
  • “Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates,” $7.5 million
  • “The Purge: Election Year,” $6.1 million
  • “Central Intelligence,” $5.3 million
  • “The Infiltrator,” $5.3 million
  • “The BFG,” $6.7 million
  • “Independence Day: Resurgence,” $3.5 million

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The animated film “The Secret Life of Pets”, giving the tight competition for the consecutive second week in the first position at the box office with the collections $50.6 million for the weekend and the total collections after running ten days is $203.2 million.

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