Star Wars: The Last Jedi has fallen down the charts for the latest box office report. For the January 5-7 weekend, Disney’s sci-fi blockbuster made $23.6 million to finish third. No. 1 in the US and Canada over the weekend was Sony’s Jumanji reboot, Welcome to the Jungle, which made $36 million over the three-day period. No. 2 was the horror movie Insidious: The Last Key, which is ahead of the opening-weekend haul for the previous movie, Insidious 3.
Welcome to the Jungle has now made $244.4 million domestically after just 19 days, with a further $275 million coming in from international markets. That puts its global haul to $519.4 million, which is mightily impressive considering it had a $90 million budget.
As for Star Wars, The Last Jedi has now made $572.5 million in the US and Canada, with $632.7 million from overseas markets to push its global total to $1.2 billion. The film opened this weekend in China–the world’s second-biggest movie market–and made $28.7 million.
You can see the full Top 10 list for the January 5-7 weekend below, as rounded up and compiled by Entertainment Weekly.
US/Canada Box Office Estimates For January 5-7
- Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle — $36 million
- Insidious: The Last Key — $29.3 million
- Star Wars: The Last Jedi — $23.6 million
- The Greatest Showman — $13.8 million
- Pitch Perfect 3 — $10.2 million
- Ferdinand — $7.7 million
- Molly’s Game — $7 million
- Darkest Hour — $6.4 million
- Coco — $5.5 million
- All the Money in the World — $3.6 million