Box Office Report: ‘Inferno’ Doesn’t Set the Box Office on Fire

Inferno Felicity Jones and Tom Hanks
Felicity Jones and Tom Hanks in ‘Inferno’ (Photo © 2015 Columbia Pictures)

Inferno, the third film of The Da Vinci Code franchise, turned out to be a huge disappointment for Sony Pictures over its opening weekend. The film did much better overseas than it did domestically where it rang up just $15 million during its first three days. $15 million is way below prerelease estimates and far below both The Da Vinci Code‘s $77 million opening weekend and Angels & Demons‘ $46 million.

Because Inferno dramatically underperformed, Boo! A Madea Halloween was able to snag the top spot on the box office top 10 list for the second weekend in a row. However, Boo! won’t be able to make it a three-peat next weekend as Trolls, Doctor Strange, and Hacksaw Ridge all debut domestically in theaters.

Box Office Top 10: October 28-30, 2016

  1. Boo! A Madea Halloween – $16,675,000
  2. Inferno – $15,000,000
  3. Jack Reacher: Never Go Back – $9,550,000
  4. The Accountant – $8,475,000
  5. Ouija: Origin of Evil – $7,070,000
  6. The Girl on the Train – $4,270,000
  7. Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children – $3,975,000
  8. Keeping Up with the Joneses – $3,375,000
  9. Storks – $2,785,000
  10. Ae Dil Hai Mushkil – $2,135,000