“Kung Fu Panda 3” kicked its way to the highest point of the North American film industry throughout the weekend, bobbing “The Revenant” to the number two spot, industry gauges appeared on Sunday.
The PC vivified parody from Fox — the third portion of the “Kung Fu Panda” establishment — took in an expected $41 million its first weekend in North American theaters, industry tracker Exhibitor Relations said.
Taking after the undertakings of Po as he advances from combative technique understudy to instructor, the US-Chinese creation includes the voices of stars Jack Black, Dustin Hoffman and Angelina Jolie.
“The Revenant,” a horrifying story of back-nation survival and reprisal featuring Leonardo DiCaprio and showered with Oscar assignments, subsided into second in the wake of fixing the rankings a week ago.
Exhibitor Relations assessed the film made $12.4 million its 6th week in theaters.
“Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” proceeded with its blockbuster keep running for a seventh week, pulling in another $10.8 million. It has heaped up $895.4 million in North American ticket deals in seven weeks.
Fourth was “The Finest Hours,” a salvage adrift show that made an expected $10.3 million on its presentation weekend.
Featuring Chris Pine and Casey Affleck, it depends on the genuine story of a 1952 salvage of a boat that breaks separated amid a furious New England nor’easter.
Comic drama “Ride Along 2” was fifth with $8.3 million in receipts. A spin-off featuring Ice Cube and Kevin Hart, the satire has been in theaters for three weeks.
Balancing the main ten were:
“The Boy,” $7.9 million
“Grimy Grandpa,” $7.6 million
“The fifth Wave,” $7 million
“Fifty Shades of Black,” $6.2 million
“13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi,” $6 million.