After months of controversy before its premiere, the new version with feminine main cast of “watch The Secret Life of Pets full movie”, of Sony Pictures, was not not even the big success nor the defeat that many had augured because it was second in box offices — with a collection calculated in 46 million dollars _, behind of “The Secret Life of Pets” (secret life of your pets), which keeps on heading the sales of tickets in the movies of the United States and Canada.
“The Secret Life of Pets” preserved the first place of the box offices with a revenue for 50.6 million dollars in its second week in publicity board, according to projections of the studies spread Sunday. Nevertheless, all the looks were put in “Ghostbusters” directed by Paul Feig and whose cast is shaped by Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig and Kate McKinnon.
“The Secret Life of Pets” maintains the leadership of the box offices in the United States and Canada like 50.6 million dollars in its second week.
This weekend released the remake “Ghostbusters“, in its début, the cazafantasmas managed to collect 46 million dollars, more than the experts were meditating, but less than Sony Pictures was waiting.
Nevertheless, the tape led by Melissa McCarthy y Kristen Wiig achieved high qualification of B + on the part of the hearing, while Sony considered it to be “a victory“, in spite of making debut in the second position of the ranking.
The remake of the “Cazafantasmas”, now under the guidance of Paul Reig it cost 144 million dollars, therefore now they wait for the reactions of the hearing in the rest of the world.
The tape of animation “The Secret Life of Pets” obtained the number one in the American box office in the second consecutive weekend, this time being imposed to the début of the new version of “Ghostbusters“, he informed today the web specializing Box Office Mojo.
“The Secret Life of Pets”, directed by Chris Renaud (“Despicable Me”, “Despicable Me 2 ″) added 50,6 million dollars and the specializing publications make sure that Universal Pictures will not be late in announcing the second part.
The tape, which was provided with a budget for 75 million dollars and it already overcomes 250 millions in the whole world, narrates the history of Max, a terrier wrapped in diverse adventures for New York after a new pet comes to its house and puts upside down its world.
“Ghostbusters“, of Paul Feig, made début with 46 million dollars, a few numbers according to the expected ones by the study Sony Pictures.
The movie will have to give good results of very positive form in the rest of the world to turn into the success that looks for the study, since the budget of the tape rose up to 144 million dollars, without being provided with the quantity destined for publicity.
In the movie, the cazafantasmas interpreted by Melissa McCarthy, Kate McKinnon, Kristen Wiig and Leslie Jones fight a spirits invasion in Manhattan, using the same concept as the original movies and with the appearance of its first protagonists.
The third position was for “The Legend of Tarzan”, with 11,1 million dollars. Years, after leaving the jungle of Africa and of settling in London along with its dear Jane (Margot Robbie), Tarzán (Alexander Skarsgard) returns to the Congo like emissary of the British Parliament without knowing that it is part of the Machiavellian plan orchestrated by the king of Belgium to be done by the diamonds of the area.
In the fourth square “Finding Dory“ appears with 11 million dollars. From its premiere, it has turned into the movie of animation of major collection in the history of the USA, with 445,5 million dollars.
The movie throws the sight behind to reveal the past of Dory (Ellen DeGeneres), the famous fish blue surgeon with problems of memory who won the love of the public in “Finding Nemo“ and that now tries to discover the whereabouts of its parents. The list closes the comedy “Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates”, with 7,5 million dollars.
In the movie, two young people (Zac Efron and Adam Devine) need to find two girls to come accompanied to a wedding and put an announcement in Internet which there answer two young people (Anna Kendrick and Aubrey Plaza) beyond the common.