Halloween Heads Home


Halloween, the sequel to John Carpenter’s 1978 classic, arrived in classic-horror style, horrifying its way to the top of the box office charts (audiences were apparently too scared to deny Michael Myers his deadly due), dimming the light emanating from A Star is Born, who stood strong despite the scare-fest currently occurring in our starry universe while knocking Venom off of its anti-hero pedestal. Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween offered a sweet respite from the scariness as the First Man, being a first-class gentleman, counted his lucky stars.
Our stars counted on the pleasure of our company this weekend, where we were offered the most surreal connections, a horror “legend” battled alongside Gaga and Gosling while Harding and all-things Halloween went head-to-head.
Which of our stars made the greatest connection with you this weekend?

Estimated Domestic Box Office Results:
1. Halloween $77.5 million.
2. A Star is Born $19.3 million.
3. Venom $18.1 million.
4. Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween $9.7 million.
5. First Man $8.6 million.

Author: Meg

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