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‘Glass’ Makes Less Money During Second Weekend But Remains At The Top

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‘Glass’ Makes Less Money During Second Weekend But Remains At The Top

‘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.

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