Venom Crushes the Stars

 

Antiheroes abound in our Reel World, typically shoving their competition, in the most heroic of ways, out of their exclusive limelight. This week was no exception, when Venom arrived, with all his Marvel malice, breaking box-office records while clobbering his less-marvelous competitors. More musical than malicious, Hollywood remade a remake, resulting in A Star is Born (after apparently being reborn…try to keep up). Smallfoot remained big among the littlest stargazers. Audiences were still learning life lessons within the Night School “classroom.” The House With a Clock in its Walls kept us happily in the present moment.
Presently speaking, Marvel(ous) Stars came in all shapes and (sometimes scary) sizes this weekend, making our cinematic time priceless (but profitable by Hollywood studio standards).
Which of our priceless tales brought value to your weekend?

Estimated Domestic Box Office Results:
1. Venom $80 million.
2. A Star is Born $41.3 million.
3. Smallfoot $14.9 million
4. Night School $12.3 on.
5. The House With a Clock in its Walls $7.3 million.

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