The Mule holds box office lead earning additional $1.726m

Warner Brothers’ mystery thriller film starring Clint Eastwood, The Mule, has held its weekend box office lead earning an additional $1.726m.

The Mule has brought in a total of $4.832m and has held the top spot for the second week in a row. Last week, on its premiere, the movie managed $1.9m.

Green Book, which is based on a true story of a bouncer who becomes a chauffeur for an African-American pianist, brought in $1.44m over the weekend.

The movie managed to surpass Glass, which made $1.142m across 329 screens.

Meanwhile Paramount’s comedy Instant Family took its total earnings up to $11.249m after adding an additional $904,392 over the weekend.

Fox’s Bohemian Rhapsody, which is based on the band Queen and its lead singer Freddy Mercury, made $835,607.

The total earnings Bohemian Rhapsody has made so far is $51.608m.

New film On the Basis of Sex debuted last week and managed $73,042 over the weekend.

Title (Distributor) Weekend B/O Screens Total B/O
The Mule (Wb) $1,726,372 271 $4,832,048
Green Book (Eone) $1,440,667 268 $4,441,535
Glass (Disney) $1,142,431 329 $8,586,741
Instant Family (Paramount) $904,392 268 $11,249,881
Bohemian Rhapsody (Fox) $835,607 467 $51,608,859
Aquaman (Wb) $756,926 241 $40,728,549
How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World (Universal) $667,629 268 $21,636,371
Mary Poppins Returns (Disney) $541,787 263 $18,820,842
Ben Is Back (Roadshow) $456,215 146 $458,236
Storm Boy (Sony) $405,882 304 $4,301,027
Mary Queen Of Scots (Universal) $380,142 243 $3,359,498
Ralph Breaks The Internet (Disney) $347,184 208 $20,333,227
The Favourite (Fox) $270,513 134 $4,429,055
Free Solo (Madman) $219,809 69 $885,829
Dragon Ball Super: Broly (Madman) $219,561 158 $1,905,077
Vice (Eone) $187,676 118 $3,911,792
Star Is Born, A (Wb) $183,177 132 $35,370,395
Spider-man: Into The Spider-verse (Sony) $139,338 85 $13,288,828
The Kid Who Would Be King (Fox) $112,215 169 $1,867,622
The Front Runner (Sony) $111,183 59 $170,981

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