After four straight weekends featuring a new #1 film at the weekend box office, Warner Bros.
took the crown for a second weekend in a row, topping a flurry of newcomers that delivered varying returns. Universal's Little
secured the runner-up position, out-performing Lionsgate
and Summit's Hellboy
, which struggled amidst a flurry of negative reviews ahead of release not to mention reports of tension during production. Additionally, United Artists
's release of Laika's Missing Link
missed expectations and Aviron
out-performed pre-weekend expectations. At the top of the box office is Shazam!, which delivered an estimated $25.1 million in its second weekend, a drop of -53%, for a domestic cume just shy of $95 million. The film also topped the global box office for a second weekend in a row as it added $35.9 million internationally for an overseas cume that now stands at $163.9 million and a global tally reaching $258.8 million. Universal's Little led all newcomers,