Industry watcher “Exhibitor Relations” reported Sunday that Paramount’s adventure comedy “Sonic the Hedgehog” topped the North American cash register this weekend with an estimated $ 26.3 million.
Sonic, starring the evil Dr. Robotnik, played by Jim Carrey, tells the story of the adventures of the supersonic spacecraft with the blue hedgehog. Films based on video games rarely stand out at the register, but reached a record of this type last weekend with $ 58 million in revenue from the register.
Harrison Ford’s 20th-century new adventure movie “The Call of Wild” is in second place with $ 24.8 million in sales from Friday to Sunday. The story of a man and a surprisingly realistic computer-generated sled dog is roughly based on the classic Jack London story from 1903 in Alaska and the Klondike region of Canada.
In third place is Warner Bros.’s super hero film Raptor, which sold for $ 7 million, a place lower than last week. Margot Robbie as former clown friend Harley Quinn.
Fourth place is the new supernatural horror film Brahms: Boy II released by STX Entertainment, which sells for $ 5.9 million. Katie Holmes starred in the most exciting film – a sequel to the 2016 film “The Boy”, about the innocent but sinister power of a porcelain doll.
In fifth place is Sony’s action comedy “The Bad Boy of Life”, with Will Smith and Martin Lawrence being the wisest hits against drug detectives in Miami. Revenue is $ 5.8 million and total worldwide revenue has reached $ 391 million.