The Nun II wins box office battle with just $8.4million while Sylvester Stallone’s Expend4bles debuts at disappointing No. 2 over slow movie weekend

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The Nun II held strong its second week in theaters and came in number one at the box office according to estimates by Box Office Mojo.

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The supernatural thriller starring Taissa Farmiga, 29, as a young who goes to battle again with a demonic sister earned $8.4 million in ticket sales.

Many of the recent box office releases have been sequels, including Expend4bles.

The action adventure starring Sylvester StalloneJason StathamMegan Fox, Fifty Cent, Dolph Lundgren and Andy Garcia, debuted in second place, with $8.3 million. That’s the least any of the films in the franchise has earned on a opening weekend.

The film was panned by critics who gave it a 16-percent approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

No. 1: The Nun II held strong its second week in theaters and came in number one at the box office according to estimates by Box Office Mojo. The supernatural thriller starring Taissa Farmiga , 29, as a young who goes to battle again with a demonic sister earned $8.4 million

No. 1: The Nun II held strong its second week in theaters and came in number one at the box office according to estimates by Box Office Mojo. The supernatural thriller starring Taissa Farmiga , 29, as a young who goes to battle again with a demonic sister earned $8.4 million

A Haunting in Venice lifted the veil on third place.

The luxuriously filmed whodunit directed by and starring Kenneth Branagh scared up $6.3 million.

The ghostly story set on All Hallows Eve in post WWII Venice stars Michelle Yeoh, Tina Fey and Yellowstone’s Kelly Reilly.

The Equalizer 3 which reunited Denzel Washington and Dakota Fanning nearly 20 years after their starring roles in Man on Fire, landed firmly in fourth place.

The international thriller about a former CIA operative taking on the Italian mafia made $4.725 million its second week in theaters.

Barbie rounded out the top five.

The female powered comedy starring Margot Robbie as the title character is still going strong at the box office.

The big screen adventure was re-released in IMAX over the weekend with extended footage and slightly longer runtime.

No. 2: Expend4bles starring Sylvester Stallone, Jason Statham , Megan Fox , Fifty Cent, Dolph Lundgren and Andy Garcia, debuted in second place, with $8.3 million at the box officeNo. 2: That's the least any of the films in the franchise has earned on a opening weekend

No. 2: Expend4bles starring Sylvester Stallone, Jason Statham , Megan Fox , Fifty Cent, Dolph Lundgren and Andy Garcia, debuted in second place, with $8.3 million at the box office. That’s the least any of the films in the franchise has earned on a opening weekend

No. 3: A Haunting in Venice lifted the veil on third place. The whodunit directed by and starring Kenneth Branagh scared up $6.3 million

No. 3: A Haunting in Venice lifted the veil on third place. The whodunit directed by and starring Kenneth Branagh scared up $6.3 million

No. 4: The Equalizer 3 which reunited Denzel Washington landed firmly in fourth place. The international thriller about a former CIA operative taking on the Italian mafia made some $4.725 million its second week in theaters

No. 4: The Equalizer 3 which reunited Denzel Washington landed firmly in fourth place. The international thriller about a former CIA operative taking on the Italian mafia made some $4.725 million its second week in theaters

No. 5:  Barbie rounds out the top five. The female powered comedy starring Margot Robbie as the title character earned $3.2 million for the weekend.  Barbie has a global box office take of more than 1.4 billion

No. 5:  Barbie rounds out the top five. The female powered comedy starring Margot Robbie as the title character earned $3.2 million for the weekend.  Barbie has a global box office take of more than 1.4 billion

Barbie earned $3.2 million for the weekend.  Fans my now be re-watching it in the comfort of their own homes. Barbie was made available on streaming services September 12, with a purchase price of $29.99 and a rental fee of $24.99.

The movie has a global box office take of more than 1.4 billion.

Nia Vardalos’ My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3 kept the party going in sixth place.

The romantic comedy about a woman who travels to Greece with her extended family to find her late father’s friends scored with a take of $3 million.

The spooky thriller It Lives Inside debuted in seventh place.

The story starring Megan Suri as an Indian-American teen who unwittingly releases a demonic creature that feeds on her loneliness scared up $2.63 million.

Dumb Money made the largest leap in ticket sales.

The fact-based comedy starring Pete Davidson and Paul Dano jumped from 19th to eighth place it’s second week in theaters, pulling in $2.5 million.

No. 6: Nia Vardalos' My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3 kept the party going in sixth place. The romantic comedy about a woman who travels to Greece with her extended family to find her late father's friends scored with a take of $3 million

No. 6: Nia Vardalos’ My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3 kept the party going in sixth place. The romantic comedy about a woman who travels to Greece with her extended family to find her late father’s friends scored with a take of $3 million

No. 7: The spooky thriller It Lives Inside debuted in seventh place. The story starring Megan Suri as an Indian-American teen who unwittingly releases a demonic creature that feeds on her loneliness scared up $2.63 million

No. 7: The spooky thriller It Lives Inside debuted in seventh place. The story starring Megan Suri as an Indian-American teen who unwittingly releases a demonic creature that feeds on her loneliness scared up $2.63 million

No. 8: Dumb Money made the largest leap in ticket sales. The comedy starring Pete Davidson and Paul Dano jumped from 19th to eighth place it's second week in theaters earning $2.5 million

No. 8: Dumb Money made the largest leap in ticket sales. The comedy starring Pete Davidson and Paul Dano jumped from 19th to eighth place it’s second week in theaters earning $2.5 million

No. 9: Blue Beetle starring Xolo Maridueña as a college graduate who gains superpowers after being bitten by an alien scarab squeaked by in ninth place with $1.81 million

No. 9: Blue Beetle starring Xolo Maridueña as a college graduate who gains superpowers after being bitten by an alien scarab squeaked by in ninth place with $1.81 million

No. 10: Oppenheimer is still drawing audiences to the cinema. The fact-based story starring Cillian Murphy and focused on the race to build an atomic bomb during WWII, landed in 10th place with $1.63 million in ticket sales

No. 10: Oppenheimer is still drawing audiences to the cinema. The fact-based story starring Cillian Murphy and focused on the race to build an atomic bomb during WWII, landed in 10th place with $1.63 million in ticket sales

The film focuses on the events that helped some get rich by turning Game Stop from a struggling video game company to one of the hottest stocks on Wall Street, and has earned an 84-percent critics score on Rotten Tomatoes.

Blue Beetle starring Xolo Maridueña as a college graduate who gains superpowers after being bitten by an alien scarab squeaked by in ninth place with $1.81 million.

Oppenheimer is still drawing audiences to the cinema.

The fact-based story starring Cillian Murphy, Emily Blunt and Matt Damon and focused on the race to build an atomic bomb during WWII,  landed in 10th place with $1.63 million in ticket sales.

 Next week’s offerings include The Kill Room with Samuel L Jackson and Uma Thurman, Paw Patrol: The Mighty Movie and Saw: X in wide release.

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