Pixar’s Onward leads in the box offices on the second week of its run with $10.5 million domestically.
It is of course not a great outcome for a Pixar movie, but considering the concerns over the spread of the Coronavirus, earnings have decreased overall, which made it enough for 1st place.
Oversees the movie was played in 47 additional countries, earning $6.8 million, which brings its overall income to $101.7 million in two weeks.
I Still Believe, Lionsgate’s drama based on a true story that inspired Christian singer Jeremy Camp to write his hit song by the same name, grossed $9.5 million on its first week and got to second place on the list. The movie focuses on the relationship of a young couple who go through hardships of dealing with cancer. It got a very positive reception, with 99% on Rotten Tomatoes.
Not far behind it came Bloodshot, the violent comic book adaptation starring Vin Diesel, Guy Pearce, Eiza Gonzalez, and Sam Heughan. It brought in $9.3 million domestically, getting 78% on Rotten Tomatoes.