The new horror film “Come Play” was the top-grossing film at the North American box office over Halloween weekend, grossing a tepid $3.1 million, according to industry estimates released Sunday.
The Liam Neeson-starring action film “Honest Thief” — last week’s top-grossing film — was in second place with $1.3 million, Comscore reported.
“The War With Grandpa,” a family comedy starring Robert De Niro and Uma Thurman, took third place with $1 million Friday through Sunday at theaters in the United States and Canada.
In fourth place was Christopher Nolan’s time-bending thriller “Tenet,” which made $885,000 for a 10-week total of $53.8 million, and a worldwide total of $347.1 million.
Fifth place went to the horror thriller “The Empty Man,” which took in $561,000.
A pair of 1993 favorites re-released for Halloween this year took the next two spots, with “Hocus Pocus” pulling in $456,000 and “The Nightmare Before Christmas” grossing $386,000.
Rounding out the top 10 domestic releases, as estimated by Comscore, were “Monsters Inc.” with $232,000, “Spell” ($210,000) and “The New Mutants” ($145,000).
Movie theaters in Los Angeles County remain closed indefinitely, but Orange County has reopened its theaters with limited capacity.
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