Universal's DreamWorks Animation's The Croods: A New Age is number one at this weekend's box office. It marks the third consecutive weekend that the animated family movie has been number one. Croods: A New Age was able to bring in just north of $3 million and has earned $76.4 million globally since premiering 3 weeks ago. December has been quiet for movie theaters, especially since 40% of all North American theaters are closed at the moment. Wonder Woman 1984 could give the box office a shot in the arm on Christmas Day, but it's unclear what could happen after that.

Croods: A New Age will begin streaming on VOD starting December 18th for $20. However, the home entertainment competition will really begin the week after that with Wonder Woman 1984 arriving on HBO Max for no additional fee, along with the Soul release on Disney+, which is also free for current subscribers. With that being said, three new movies will be available to watch from home, which families will likely take advantage of.

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Half Brothers took the second spot at the box office this weekend after bringing in $490K. The comedy/drama, which stars Luis Gerardo Méndez, Connor Del Rio, José Zúñiga, Vincent Spano, Pia Watson, and Juan Pablo Espinosa, has earned $1.3 million since debuting on December 4th. Blumhouse's Freaky was able to maintain the third spot after earning $315K. To date, the horror comedy has earned over $14 million globally, fueled from positive reviews from viewers and critics. Meanwhile, The War with Grandpa, took the fourth spot with $266K. The Robert De Niro-starring comedy has earned $24.7 million since premiering 10 weeks ago.

All My Life fell from number four to number five this weekend after earning $215K at movie theaters. The drama, which is based on a true story, has been getting praise from critics. Come Play took the sixth spot with $176K. The horror movie stars Gillian Jacobs, John Gallagher Jr., Azhy Robertson, and Winslow Fegley, and it has earned $9.6 million since debuting 6 weeks ago. Classic 1987 movie Die Hard remained in the top ten this weekend at number seven after earning $136K.

Liam Neeson's Honest Thief came in at number eight this weekend after earning $135K. To date, the action thriller has earned $24.4 million globally in the nine weeks that it has been in theaters. Elsewhere, Christopher Nolan's Tenet reentered the top ten at number nine. It was able to earn $125K this weekend, which brings its grand worldwide total to $361.3 million, with $57.8 of that total coming from North American theaters. Let Him Go took the tenth spot after bringing in $121K. You can check out the rest of this weekend's data over at The Numbers.

  • Box Office
  • 1. The Croods: A New Age - $3 Million
  • 2. Half Brothers - $490K
  • 3. Freaky - $315K
  • 4. The War with Grandpa - $266K
  • 5. All My Life - $215K
  • 6. Come Play - $176K
  • 7. Die Hard - $136K
  • 8. Honest Thief - $135K
  • 9. Tenet - $125K
  • 10. Let Him Go - $121K