‘The Menu’ Still Fills The Bill During Very Slow Weekend

by Thomas Tuna

Feeding hungry horror fans.

Despite the second-lowest domestic box office weekend of the year–an estimated $38.3 million–one horror entry kept its head above water–and its place in the weekend Top 10, according to a report on Deadline.

The Menu–from director Mark Mylod and screenwriters Seth Reiss and Will Tracy–maintained its fourth-place spot among this weekend’s top earners, with a three-day total of nearly $3 million from 2,700 theaters. This brings the feature’s four-week gross to more than $29 million.

The movie–which follows a young couple who travel to a remote island where a shocking menu awaits them–features a strong ensemble cast of Ralph Fiennes, Anya Taylor-Joy, Nicholas Hoult, Judith Light and John Leguizamo.

Keep reading Horror News Network for box office updates on the current crop of horror films.


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