According to EFE, this weekend was worse record in the US box office in 19 years at this time of year, with "Glass (Crystal)" in the first place again.
The total collection was 70.1 million dollars (61.1 million euros).
– "Glass (Crystal)", by M. Night Shyamalan, revalidated the first place with 9.5 million dollars (8.2 million euros).
The film, sequel to "The Protected One" (2000) that works at the same time as a continuation of "Multiple" (2017), proposes a clash between the protagonists of both stories, superheroes without a layer whose confrontation can have disastrous consequences.
Bruce Willis, Samuel L. Jackson and James McAvoy lead the cast of the play.
– The comedy "The Upside"he got the second position with 8 million dollars (6.9 million euros).
This version of the popular French film "Untouchable" examines the friendship between a paraplegic billionaire and his caregiver, a man without a job with a criminal past who accepts work to redeem himself.
Bryan Cranston, Kevin Hart and Nicole Kidman appear in the film.
– The debut of "Miss Bala"he stayed in a discreet third place with 6.7 million dollars (5.8 million euros).
Gina Rodríguez incarnates in the film Gloria, a young woman who discovers the strength that lies within her when her best friend, who pretended to participate in a beauty pageant, is kidnapped during a shooting.
Ismael Cruz Córdova, Damián Alcázar and Cristina Rodlo appear in the play.
– In the fourth place was placed "Aquaman"He took the fourth place with 4.8 million dollars (4.1 million euros).
This film by James Wan tells the origins of the superhero that was born of the love between a lighthouse keeper and a queen of an underwater world, a story starring Jason Momoa and Amber Heard.
-By last, "Spider-Man: A new universe"the fifth place with 4.4 million dollars (3.8 million euros).
Phil Lord and Chris Miller, the irreverent minds that created "The LEGO movie", reinterpret here the myth of Spider-Man in a movie in which the protagonist, Miles Morales, is a teenager of African-American father and Latin mother.