‘Glass’ Makes Less Money During Second Weekend But Remains At The Top
According to SFGate, “Glass” is at the top of the box office for a second weekend in a row.
Yet, the film experienced a 60 percent drop from its $40 million 3-day opening.
At this pace, it does not seem it will reach the success of its 2017 predecessor “Split.” During its second weekend the film raked in a total of $16 million.
Its total domestic viewings has brought in $70.8 million compared to its $20 million production budget.