strong>As a small budget film, “Don’t Breathe” was made for just 9.9 million dollars, delivered 2.6 times its budget in North America and received a “B+” from first-night moviegoers on CinemaScore.

“Don’t Breathe” is an R-rated suspense horror flick, shot on a modest budget, said comScore analyst Paul Dergarabedian. He credited a “terrific” trailer for drumming up attendance.

Out of America and Canada, “Don’t Breathe” brought in an estimated 1.9 million dollars from seven international markets.

“Suicide Squad” was in second place after three consecutive weekends leading, with 12.1 million dollars weekend and nearly 283 million dollars in receipts over four weeks.

Focus and Laika’s “Kubo and the Two Strings” dropped 37 percent in its second weekend for an estimated 7.9 million dollars.

Rounding out the 10 most-popular movies this week were “Sausage Party” (3.1 million dollars), “Mechanic: Resurrection” (7.5 million), “Pete’s Dragon” (7.3 million), “War Dogs” (7.3 million), “Bad Moms” (5.8 million), “Jason Bourne” (5.2 million) and “Ben-Hur” (4.5 million). Enditem

Source: Xinhua/News Ghana

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