Box Office: ‘Spectre’ Is Bond’s Second Highest Debut of All Time

Spectre

The newest James Bond movie, “Spectre“, rocked this weekend’s box office with approximately $73 million from 3929 theaters, becoming the second biggest Bond debut of all time. “Spectre” outpaced “Quantum of Solace“, which opened to $67.5 million in 2008, and came just behind “Skyfall“, which launched to $88.4 million in 2012.

Check out the list for the week.

  1. Spectre” – $73 million
  2. Peanuts” – $45 million
  3. The Martian” – $9.3 million
  4. Goosebumps” – $7 million
  5. Bridge of Spies” – $6.1 million
  6. Hotel Transylvania 2” – $3.6 million
  7. Burnt” – $3 million
  8. The Last Witch Hunter” – $2.7 million
  9. The Intern” – $1.8 million
  10. Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension” – $1.7 million


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