After its solid July 4th premiere, Spider-Man: Far From Home had no trouble maintaining the top spot at the box office in its second weekend—swinging its way to another $45.3M (-51.1%) for a new 13-day total of $274.5M. That compares favorably to 2017'sHomecoming, which had earned $225.2M through the same time frame (including a $44.2M second weekend). Far From Home should easily out earn its predecessor's total ($334.M) on its way to a final tally somewhere in the friendly neighborhood of $375M, or more.
Holding on to second place, Toy Story 4 was down 39% in its fourth weekend with $20.7M. That puts it at $346.4M total for the season as it pulled ahead of Aladdin into the No. 2 spot. Toy Story 4 is still tracking ahead of Toy Story 3—up by $7M through 24 days.
In third place, the horror flick Crawl clawed out a $12M opening weekend, while the buddy action comedy Stuber stumbled to a premiere of just $8M in fourth place.
The Top Five was rounded out by Yesterday, which picked up $6.8M in its third weekend for a new total of $48.3M.