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21st April 2021
Godzilla Vs. Kong is keeping the US box office alive at the moment as the monster movie spends a third weekend at the top and with no new movies inside the top 5 its more or less static.
The only change is that Tom & Jerry: The Movie moves back inside the top 5, there is one new entry his weekend at number 8 in the shape of horror movie In the Earth directed by Ben Wheatley which takes $505,723 on its debut.
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Top 5 US box office breakdown 16th - 18th April 2021.
Three weeks on and there is no stopping the monster movie clash as it by a long shot becomes the top movie during the pandemic and the top movie in the US this year.
The movie has far outgrossed expectation as this weekend is takes $7.8 Million, down a large 43% from last weekend, to give the movie a massive $80.6 Million total gross.
It will get a massive challenge for the top movie next weekend as Mortal Kombat hits the big screen under lots of hype.
The Bob Odenkirk starring action movie stays put at number 2 this weekend with $2.5 Million, down only 6% from last weekend which is excellent for a movie 4 weeks on and during the pandemic, but this is a sign of the recovering box office.
The movie has now taken a very respectable $19 Million over its 4 week run.
The Jeffrey Dean Morgan starring horror movie remains at number 3 this weekend with a gross of $2 Million, down just 15% from last weekend.
Despite the less favourable reviews for the movie it is proving to be a hit with movie goers during the pandemic and has taken a very respectable $9.55 Million over 3 weeks.
Disney's latest move started incredibly strong at the box office 7 weeks ago and this week take $1.92 Million, down 13% from last weekend.
The movie has been available on the Disney+ platform, with a premium price, since release which will have effected its box office run, but the movie has still taken $37.69 Million.
The animated duo in their live action movie moves up to number 5 this weekend with $1.11 Million, down only 8%, giving it a $42.6 Million total over 8 weeks of release.