The video game adaptation stars Tom Holland of ‘Spider-Man’ fame opposite Mark Wahlberg. And the Channing Tatum starrer ‘Dog’ barked to $18-M.
Sony’s Uncharted is easily finding treasure at the domestic box office earning $51-M over the long Presidents Day weekend. Overseas, the buddy action-adventure grossed $55.4-M from 62 markets for a worldwide weekend take of $106.4-M. Including foreign revenue from last weekend, Uncharted finished Monday with $139-M banked, and that is without China, where it it hits cinemas on 14 March.
Inspired by the HBO documentary War Dog: A Soldier’s Best Friend, the film follows Jackson Briggs, an Army Ranger desperate to see action again after getting sidelined by a brain injury that induces seizures. To get back into his commanding officer’s good graces, he accepts an assignment to drive Lulu, an Army dog who served in Afghanistan, some 1,500 miles in his lovingly restored ’84 Bronco so the canine, herself traumatized by her wartime experiences, can attend the funeral of her late handler.
Uncharted Top the holiday frame, followed by Dog and No Way Home.
In its 10th weekend, Sony and Marvel’s Spider-Man continued to impress, grossing $8.8-M for the 4 days for a domestic tally of $771-M and $1.83-B worldwide.
Disney’s Death on the Nile and Jackass Forever rounded out the Top 5 domestically.
The weekend’s 3rd new offering, Cursed, is looking at a 10th place finish with less than $2-M for the 4 day frame.
Have some fun, the chaos is almost over, so see a movie in a theater this week, Keep the Faith!