(LOS ANGELES) — The summer movie season ended this Labor Day weekend with a scare.
The horror film Don’t Breathe was #1 for the second weekend in a row. It earned an estimated 19.6 million dollars from Friday through Monday.
Don’t Breathe revolves around a robbery attempt of a blind war veteran that doesn’t go according to plan.
The weekend’s new releases struggled to find an audience. The drama The Light Between Oceans, starring Michael Fassbender and Alicia Vikander, opened in eighth place, collecting 5.9 million dollars, while the sci-fi flick Morgan finished outside the top 10, reportedly making just 2.4 million bucks.
Here are the top 10 movies from Friday through Monday, with estimated ticket sales, according to comScore:
1. Don’t Breathe, $19.6 million.
2. Suicide Squad, $12.8 million.
3. Pete’s Dragon, $8.6 million.
4. Kubo and the Two Strings, $8.5 million.
5. Sausage Party, $6.5 million.
6. War Dogs. $6.03 million.
7. Bad Moms, $6 million.
8. The Light Between Oceans, $5.9 million.
9. Hell or High Water, $5.6 million.
10. Mechanic: Resurrection, $5.6 million.
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