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As far as the box office goes, The Lego Batman Movie, Fifty Shades Darker and John Wick: Chapter 2 came out ahead of newer titles, which tanked, when comparing ticket sales against their estimated combined production costs.

Of note: Universal/Legendary‘s The Great Wall had a global take of $265.6 million versus the estimated $150 million and $129 million it shelled out for production cost and P&A, Deadline reports.

  • For its opening weekend, The Great Wall brought in $18.1 million over three days and $21 million over four.
  • Universal overall though, is doing fairly well, commanding 35% of the weekend’s total ticket sales with Split, A Dog’s Purpose, Great Wall and Fifty Shades.
  • Warner Bros’ The Lego Batman Movie raked in $34.2 million over three days and $45 million over four.
  • Fifty Shades Darker brought in $21 million over three days, with a projected four-day take of $24.1 million.


1. The LEGO Batman Movie: $45M

2. Fifty Shades Darker: $24.1M

3.The Great Wall: $21M

4. John Wick: Chapter 2: $19.5M

5. Fist Fight: $14.2M

6. Hidden Figures: $8.5M

7. Split: $8.1M

8. A Dog’s Purpose: $7.16M

9. La La Land: $5.3M

10. Lion: $5M

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