Sony's The Dark Tower, starring Idris Elba, topped the softest weekend at the domestic box office since early April, opening with less than $20 million. Among other new releases, Halle Berry's thriller Kidnap had a modest showing, squeaking above $10 million, while Detroit was unable to take off in its nationwide expansion.
At #1, Sony's release of The Dark Tower, a long-awaited adaptation of the Stephen King sci-fi/fantasy series, delivered an estimated $19.5 million from 3,451 locations. Dunkirk finished in second with an estimated $17.6 million and Sony's animated feature The Emoji Movie finished in third with an estimated $12.35 million. Girls Tip was 4th and Kidnap came in at #5.
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