The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It Defeats A Quiet Place Part 2 at the Weekend Box Office – IGN

The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It secured victory in the domestic weekend box office over A Quiet Place Part II.

As detailed by Box Office Mojo, The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It’s $24 million weekend box office prevented A Quiet Place Part II from earning a second week at the number one spot.

A Quiet Place Part II earned $19.5 million and was followed by Cruella’s $11.2 million, Spirit Untamed’s $6.2 million, and Raya and the Last Dragon’s $1.3 million.

The latest Conjuring film was shown in 3,102 theaters across the US and earned a $7,740 per-screen average, which is an even more impressive feat considering it is also available to all HBO Max subscribers at no extra cost.

While WB hasn’t shared how many people watched the film on HBO Max, it did share that it earned another $33.1 million overseas, bringing its worldwide total to $57.1 million.

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This only adds to the total earnings of The Conjuring films and its spinoffs, which is currently the top-grossing horror franchise of all time with $1.9 billion at the global box office.

A Quiet Place Part 2 saw a drop of 59% from last weekend, but it still managed to earn an additional $50 million overseas, putting its worldwide total at $138.6 million.

All of these movies should enjoy their time in the spotlight while they can, as F9 is fast approaching and has already made over $250 million in its first three weeks playing overseas.

For more, check out our review of The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It, how this film connects to Annabelle, and the true stories behind these horrifying movies.

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