Box Office / October 14-16, 2022


Hello and Good Afternoon! We are entering into the middle of October, and I have quite a bit of posts to upload this week. First, we need to look at the box office. Halloween Ends is the new film to push, last week’s topper, Smile down to number two. The latest made $41.3M, which is pretty good, in spite that the film is not getting positive reviews. Smile, meanwhile, is steadily going with $12.4M, grossing $71.2M.

Credit source: IMDb & Box Office Mojo

Top Box Office (US)

Weekend of October 14 – 16, 2022

Halloween Ends$41.3M$41.3M1
Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile$7.4M$22.8M2
The Woman King$3.7M$59.7M5
Don’t Worry Darling$2.2M$42.4M4
Terrifier 2$850K$2.3M2
Top Gun: Maverick$685K$715.8M21

Now let’s see how the global market looks…

Latest International Weekends

Data as of Oct 17, 1:37 PDT

AreaWeekendReleases#1 ReleaseDistributorWeekend Gross
Weekend Ending October 16, 2022
JapanOct 15-162Karada SagashiWarner Bros.$1,400,000
United KingdomOct 14-166Lyle, Lyle, CrocodileSony Pictures Releasing$3,400,000
FranceOct 12-164Simone Veil, a Woman of the CenturyWarner Bros.$2,600,000
MexicoOct 14-166Halloween EndsUniversal Pictures International (UPI)$2,556,000
GermanyOct 13-164SmileParamount Pictures International$2,400,000
NetherlandsOct 13-163Ticket to ParadiseUniversal Pictures International (UPI)$574,000
BrazilOct 13-163Tad the Lost Explorer and The Curse of the MummyParamount Pictures International$360,000
SpainOct 14-161Tad the Lost Explorer and The Curse of the MummyParamount Pictures International$320,000
New ZealandOct 13-161Lyle, Lyle, CrocodileSony Pictures Releasing$180,000
AustraliaOct 13-164Moonage DaydreamBig Bull Productions$24,000

Until next time! I will put my two cents in for Halloween Ends.

Featured image: Variety

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