Sony Swings Past $1 Billion As ‘Venom’ Bites $35M+; ‘First Man’ Has Soft Launch With $16M+ – Sunday Am

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2nd Sunday Am Update after 2:08Am post:Venom‘s solid second weekend of $35.7M (-55%) and Goosebumps 2‘s $16.2M opening have swung Sony past the $1 billion mark at the domestic box office for the year, making it the fourth major to do so. Disney has been there for a while with $2.75B+, Warner Bros. is north of $1.3B, and Universal at $1.2B+.

Sony crossed $1 billion two months sooner than they did last year. Previous to 2017, the last time Sony grossed north of $1 billion was in 2014. In addition to this weekend’s Venom which is at $142.8M through 10-days, other highlights for Sony Ytd include $235.5M worth of stateside sales from Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle in the calendar year (pic made $404.5M in its entire U.S./Canada run). Hotel Transylvania 3 which grossed $166.7M (second best in franchise behind part 2 which made $169.7M), Peter Rabbit ($115.2M), and The Equalizer 2
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