Universal’s Jason Bourne is coming out strong, delivering an estimated $22.7 million on Friday and heading toward a $60+ million opening weekend.
Internationally Jason Bourne debuted in 46 international markets and grossed an estimated $22.8 million, the largest international opening day for the Bourne franchise ever. The film is expected to top out around $50 million for the international weekend, resulting in a $110+ million worldwide opening.
Speaking of CinemaScore and improving on expectations, STX’s Bad Moms earned an “A” CinemaScore to go along with an estimated $9.6 million opening day, heading toward a $27-30 million weekend. Many are beginning to wonder if this one could have legs similar to 2011’s Bridesmaid’s, which opened with $26.2 million and went on to gross over $169 million domestically.
Lionsgate’s Nerve brought in an estimated $3.2 million on Friday and is looking at a weekend around $10-11 million.
The biggest story of the weekend, however, is looking like it will be a dramatic second weekend drop for Star Trek: Beyond. After an estimated $6.7 million Friday it looks like the third film in the rebooted franchise will deliver only a $23 million second weekend, a 61% drop from its opening weekend.
1 Captain America: Civil War – $1,151,464,064
2 Zootopia – $1,022,874,007
3 The Jungle Book – $940,289,771
4 Batman Vs Superman – $872,662,631
5 Finding Dory – $830,512,930