Box Office: The Invisible Man Hits With $28 Million Worldwide
‘The Invisible Man’ this weekend received an overwhelming response as it took $28.9 million to top the box office.
The Invisible Man, directed and written by Leigh Whannell (“Saw”), costed around $7 million to make.
The movie has already taken in more than $20 million overseas and drawn strong reviews.
Visibly talented Elisabeth Moss stars as the ex-girlfriend of a man who seems to return to haunt her after supposedly committing suicide.
Paramount´s adventure comedy “Sonic the Hedgehog” slipped from the top spot to second place with $16 million.
Jim Carrey stars as the villainous Dr. Robotnik in the video-game-based film.
In third place was 20th Century´s “The Call of the Wild”, starring Harrison Ford, at $13.2 million.
The story is loosely based on the Jack London classic, set in the wilds of Alaska and Canada´s Klondike region.
Other movies in the top 10 list were:
“My Hero Academia” was at fourth spot with $5.1 million.
Sony´s “Bad Boys for Life” got fifth place with at $4.3 million.
“Birds of Prey” was at sixth position with $4.1 million.
“Impractical Jokers: The Movie” was at seventh with $3.5 million.
“1917” remained at eighth with $2.7 million.
In the ninth, “Brahms: The Boy II” with $2.6 million.
In the tenth, “Fantasy Island” with $2.3 million.