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US Box Office Figures 5 - 7 June 2020: Still not back to normal at the box office but Becky is the new top film this week

Robert Hyde

Becky
We are still relying on data mainly from Drive-in theatres but we have a new number 1 film this week in the shape of horror movie Becky which makes its debut at the top knocking The Wretched from the top.

What is nice is that we are closing in on having a full top 10 this week! There is only a month before we should start seeing things ramping up and cinemas opening, at least the ones who survive!

Here is a rundown of the top 5 movies in the US this weekend.

Becky

From directors Jonathan Milott and Cary Murnion comes this comedy thriller which takes the top spot on its debut week of release with just over $205K from 45 theatres.

The Wretched

After spending an incredible 5 weeks at the top the Brett Pierce and Drew T. Pierce directed movie falls to number 2 with just over $205k, in fact it is just $600 off being at the top!

The movie has not taken just over a Million dollars on its 6 week run.

Max Winslow And The House Of Secrets

Director Sean Olson's movie is at number 3 this week with $1,231 as it brings its total US gross to $2,360 after 2 weeks of release.

Strike

Trevor Hardy's animated movie takes $795 on its 4th weekend of release for an $11.6K total.

Sex And The Future

This would normall have disappeared from anywhere without trace but the Luis Carlos Hueck and Ethan Zvi Kaplan directed movie takes $745 on its debut to enter at 5.

This weeks top 10 US Box Office films

  1. Trolls World Tour - $302,000
  2. The Invisible Man - $279,000
  3. Becky - $205,797
  4. The Wretched - $205,142
  5. The Hunt - $189,000
  6. Jumanji: The Next Level - $169,000
  7. Sonic The Hedgehog - $148,100
  8. The Goonies - $111,000
  9. Bad Boys For Life - $96,000
  10. Onward - $92,000
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