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‘Expend4bles’ opened with a huge flop at the box office


LOS ANGELES — Sylvester Stallone and Jason Statham weren’t enough to save “Expend4bles” from its first box office failure. The fourth film had the action-packed franchise’s worst opening weekend, while “The Nun 2” held the top spot for the third week in a row, Comscore reported Sunday.

Lionsgate and Millennium’s film, also known as “The Expendables 4,” earned a mediocre $8.3 million for a big-budget project. The movie stars many popular names such as Stallone, Statham, Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson, Megan Fox and Dolph Lundgren. It’s been nearly a decade since the series’ debut, which opened with $15.8 million and went on to gross $214 million worldwide.

But times have certainly changed, as the film finished second only to horror movie “The Nun 2,” which grossed $8.4 million in its first week. Warner Bros. ‘It’s been a solid start for.’ project – a spinoff of the lucrative “Conjuring” franchise. The sequel, directed by Michael Chaves, has grossed more than $69 million so far.

“A Haunting in Venice” came in third place, grossing $6.3 million. Kenneth Branagh’s third Agatha Christie adaptation, following 2017’s “Murder on the Orient Express” and 2022’s “Death on the Nile,” grossed over $25.3 million after two weeks.

“The Equalizer 3” starring Denzel Washington fell to fourth place with $4.725 million. It grossed $81.1 million domestically in four weeks.

The biggest movie of 2023, Barbie, is still gaining some momentum from the summer into the fall season. Greta Gerwig’s blockbuster broke into the top five with $3.2 million this week, bringing its domestic total to more than $630 million. After a period of 10 weeks.

“My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3” ranked sixth with $3 million, while “It Lives Inside” opened its first week with $2.6 million. Sony movie “Dumble Money,” which dramatized the GameStop stock frenzy, remained in place. It ranked eighth for the second week in a row with $2.5 million.

“Blue Beetle” fell to ninth place with $1.8 million, while “ Oppenheimer ” rounded out the top 10 with $1.6 million. Christopher Nolan’s film grossed $321 million domestically.

As a result, this has been a slow run in box office numbers, with many Hollywood projects still on hold due to strikes by the Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists and the Writers Guild of America.


Estimated ticket sales at U.S. and Canadian theaters from Friday through Sunday, according to Comscore. Final domestic figures will be announced on Monday.

1. “Sister II,” $8.4 million.

2. “Expend4bles,” $8.3 million.

3. “A Haunted in Venice,” $6.3 million.

4. “The Equalizer 3,” $4.7 million.

5. “Barbie,” $3.2 million.

6. “My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3,” $3 million.

7. “Living Inside,” 2.6 million.

8. “Dumb Money,” $2.5 million.

9. “Blue Beetle,” $1.8 million.

10. “Oppenheimer,” $1.6 million.


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