HOLLYWOOD, Sept. 5, 2016 (Gephardt Daily) — For the second weekend since its release, “Don’t Breathe” tops the box office charts, bringing in an estimated $15.7 million. The film has earned $51.1 million domestically, with a worldwide gross of $59.7 million.
“Suicide Squad” kept its second-place position from last week with an estimated weekend take of $10.0 million. The D.C. Comics-inspired film, starring Margot Robbie, Will Smith and Jared Leto, has brought home $297.4 million with a global total of $672.9 million, according to Box Office Mojo.
Disney’s “Pete’s Dragon” bounced from sixth place last week to third place, bringing in an estimated $6.4 million. Since its debut four weeks ago, the remake of the 1977 film has taken in $97.4 million worldwide.
“Kubo and the Two Strings” also bounced up a step as the animated film went from fifth place to fourth place with an estimated weekend total of $6.4 million. The film opened in theaters Aug. 19 and has earned $39.7 million.
In fifth place is Seth Rogen’s animated comedy, “Sausage Party.” The film opened Aug. 12 and has earned an estimated $97.1 million globally.
None of the two new films broke the top five, according to Box Office Mojo.
“The Light Between Oceans” debuted in sixth place, taking in an estimated $4.9 million.
“Morgan” opened in 17th place with a mere $1.9 million in ticket sales.