Liam Neeson’s toplined The Marksman stayed on top of the box office with $2.03 million, down 35% week-over-week from its opener. Major studios continue to pull back from releasing anything as the vaccine keeps theaters shut down across the country.

Right now, about 56.5% of theaters in the U.S. and Canada are open. Croods held number 2 with $1.82 million and Wonder Woman 1984 held onto number 3 with $1.6 million. 

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Top 10 at the Box Office:

  1. The Marksman, $2.03 million
  2. Croods: A New Age, $1.82 million
  3. Wonder Woman 1984, $1.6 million
  4. Monster Hunter, $820K
  5. News of the World, $810K
  6. Fatale, $415K
  7. Promising Young Woman, $400K
  8. Our Friend, $250K
  9. The War With Grandpa, $164K
  10. Pinocchio, $122K

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