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Smallfoot Tops Worldwide Box Office

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LOS ANGELES (CelebrityAccess) — Two new entries, Warner Bros. Smallfoot and Universal’s Night School, topped the weekend box office, earning an respective $37M and $33m worldwide on their debut weekends.

Smallfoot, a 3D computer-animated comedy adventure film, featured voice acting by Channing Tatum, James Corden, Zendaya, Common, LeBron James, Gina Rodriguez, Danny DeVito. The movie debuted to a $23m opening in North American theaters, but was propelled to the top of the worldwide box office roundup with $37m from 50 territories.

Universal’s Night School, a rom-com starring comedians Kevin Hart and Tiffany Haddish, easily recouped its estimated $29m production budget, earning an estimated $28m in North American, where it was the #1 film this weekend and $33.5M worldwide, placing it just behind Smallfoot.

Last week’s champion, The House With A Clock In Its Walls, held on to the number three spot both in North America and aboard, earning an estimated $21.9m from 24 territories.

The top 12 worldwide weekend box office estimates, listed in descending order, per data collected as of Sunday by comScore, September 30, are below.

Smallfoot – Warner Bros. – $37.0M
Night School – Universal – $33.5M
House With A Clock In Its Walls, The – Multiple – $21.9M
Nun, The – Warner Bros. – $21.6M
Johnny English Strikes Again – Universal – $14.2M
Simple Favor, A – Lionsgate – $13.7M
Incredibles 2 – Disney – $12.2M
Predator, The – 20th Century Fox – $10.7M
Cry Me A Sad River – Multiple – $7.9M
Crazy Rich Asians – Warner Bros. – $7.3M
Great Battle, The – Next Entertainment World – $7.3M
Golden Job – Multiple – $7.1M

The top 12 domestic weekend box office estimates, listed in descending order, per data collected as of Sunday by comScore, September 30, are below.

Night School – Universal – $28.0M
Smallfoot – Warner Bros. – $23.0M
House With A Clock In Its Walls, The – Universal – $12.5M
Simple Favor, A – Lionsgate – $6.6M
Nun, The – Warner Bros. – $5.4M
Hell Fest – Lionsgate – $5.1M
Crazy Rich Asians – Warner Bros. – $4.2M
Predator, The – 20th Century Fox – $3.7M
White Boy Rick – Sony – $2.4M
Peppermint – STX Entertainment – $1.8M
My Hero Academia: Two Heroes – FUNimation Films – $1.3M
Fahrenheit 11/9 – Briarcliff Entertainment – $1.1M

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