Box Office: ‘Crawl’ Slithers to $1 Million on Thursday Night

Box Office: ‘Crawl’ Slithers to $1 Million on Thursday Night
Parmount’s alligator disaster movie “Crawl” has opened with a solid $1 million in Thursday night previews in North America while Disney’s buddy comedy “Stuber” took in $750,000 on Thursday.

The two newcomers are both expected to finish far behind Sony’s second weekend of “Spider-Man: Far From Home,” which is pegged to take in between $35 million and $45 million. Tom Holland’s superhero adventure, the 23rd entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, has earned $220 million in its first nine days in North American theaters. Overseas, the movie has generated $392 million for a global tally of $613 million.

Disney’s fourth frame of “Toy Story 4” should take second place in the $20 million to $25 million range this weekend. The animated comedy franchise has generated $320 million in its first 20 days in North America.

Crawl” is likely to finish third with around $10 million when it launches in 3,170 venues. It’s also debuting in 20 foreign markets.
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