The family adventure should wind up the weekend with a 10-day North American total of about $93 million. Warner Bros.' sophomore frame of "Pokemon: Detective Pikachu" is showing decent holding power, with a 57% decline to the $24 million range.
"Avengers: Endgame" is currently the third-highest-grossing movie of all time at the domestic box office, with $738 million in 20 days, behind "Avatar" ($760.5 million) and "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" ($936.7 million). It's also the second-biggest film ever globally with $2.48 billion, trailing behind "Avatar's" $2.78 billion. If the $30 million domestic estimate holds for "Endgame," it will become only the fifth title to have hit that mark in its fourth weekend.
will see poor results from "The Sun Is Also a Star," a teen drama based on Nicola Yoon's novel of the same name. Warner Bros. It's anticipated to make $3 million to $4 million from 2,073 locations — well under forecasts. "Grown-ish" actress Yara Shahidi stars as a brainy student who forms a relationship with a charming exchange student ("Riverdale's" Charles Melton), as her family faces deportation.
The first "John Wick" debuted with $14.4 million in 2014 and 2017's "John Wick: Chapter Two" launched with $30.4 million. "John Wick 3" sees Reeves return as an ex-hitman on the run from assassins. Halle Berry, Laurence Fishburne, Mark Dacascos and Asia Kate Dillon also star. Stuntman-turned-director Chad Stahelski helmed the movie, written by series creator Derek Kolstad.
Universal's "A Dog's Journey," starring Dennis Quaid and a variety of charming canines in the sequel to 2017's "A Dog's Purpose," is expected to perform slightly under forecasts with about $9 million at 3,267 screens. "A Dog's Purpose" debuted with $18 million and ended its domestic box office run with $64 million.
"Avengers: Endgame" is due to decline by about 53%, following decreases of 58% in the second and third weekends following its historic $357 million launch in late April.
"John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum" is gearing up to take down Earth's Mightiest Heroes.
With at least $50 million at 3,850 sites, it should handily beat the fourth weekend of Disney-Marvel's megahit "Avengers: Endgame," which is heading for about $30 million. Lionsgate's third installment of the Keanu Reeves action franchise is over-performing forecasts, which had been in the $30 million and $35 million range.