Happy Death Day, Everybody!

Happy Death Day, Everybody!

Happy Death Day, Everybody!

Despite middling reviews, it surpassed the critically acclaimed "Blade Runner 2049".

The latest from Blumhouse and Universal is leading the box office this weekend with $26.5 million from 3,149 locations.

The microbudgetd pic, directed by Christopher Landon and rated PG-13, stars Jessica Rothe as a college student who relives the day of her murder over and over until she discovers her killer's identity.

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Earlier this year in January, Blumhouse's "Split" opened to a monster $40 million in January, and went on to earn $278.3 million worldwide. The production house is also responsible for the hugely profitable "Purge" and "Paranormal Activity" franchises.

In at third was STX Entertainment's "The Foreigner", starring Jackie Chan as a Vietnam War special forces operator-turned-London businessman, who seeks revenge after his daughter is killed in a terrorist attack. $12.8 million is quite solid for a US debut, but where The Foreigner is making its real money is in China, where it's brought in $66 million over the last several weeks. That a solid start for a film that cost a reported $35 million to make and has already earned more than $88 million internationally.

And two biopics are struggling to draw significant grosses.

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Professor Marston and the Wonder Women cam in well behind expectations with just $737,000 from 1,229 theates for a dismal location average of $600.

Comedy horror slasher "Happy Death Day" had an excuse to celebrate this weekend as it stormed straight to the top of the North American box office, industry estimates showed Sunday.

Rounding out the top tier are American Made with $5.4 million at No. 6, Kingsman: The Golden Circle at No. 7 with $5.3 million, The LEGO Ninjago Movie at No. 8 with $4.3 million, My Little Pony: The Movie at No 9 with $4 million and Victoria and Abdul at No. 10 with $3.1 million.

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20th Century Fox's "The Mountain Between Us" finished fifth with an estimated 5.6 million dollars in its second weekend.

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