The Invisible Man took the top spot at the box office this weekend and broke all of its estimates. Meanwhile, Birds of Prey landed in sixth place in its fourth weekend of release.
The latest DC film took in $4.1 million in its fourth outing, a drop of 40% from its third weekend.
This weekend’s numbers brings the domestic total to $78.78 million. Combined with its international total of $109.6 million, the film now stands at $188.38 million globally off of an estimated budget of $84.5 million. Going by your standard film math, Birds of Prey had to make it to a $169 million dollar haul globally to break even, meaning it has passed the needed number.
All of this is not hard math, but it does look as though at least some profit will be realized from the Birds of Prey.
The film is currently on 3,124 screens domestically, but that number will drop significantly this week.