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‘Halloween Ends’ just beginning to slash its way to top of box office

“Halloween Ends” is only just beginning.

The slasher film cut its way to first place at the box office on Friday, earning more than $20 million in theaters.

The sequel to last year’s “Halloween Kills” is predicted to take in $43.4 million on its opening weekend, according to Variety.

“Smile” was bumped from the top spot this week, moving down a notch to second, after spending two weeks at number one.

The flick surpassed earnings of $100 million at the global box office in less than two weeks, as per Collider.

The live-action/CGI musical comedy “Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile” swam down to third place, clawing in $2 million. The movie adaption of the popular children’s book series enjoyed a $11.5 million domestic debut on its opening weekend, according to Deadline.

"Smile" came in second place after leading the box office last week.
“Smile” came in second place after leading the box office last week.
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“Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile” made $2 million this weekend.
“Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile” made $2 million this weekend.
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“The Woman King” held up her crown, remaining in fourth, with a $1 million-dollar take. Following in fifth was “Amsterdam,” which took home $888,000.


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