Rounding out the top five, United Artist Releasing's "The Hustle" added $6.1 million in its second weekend for a cumulative $23.1 million.
At No. 6, Sony's "The Intruder" added $4 million in its third weekend for a cumulative $28.1 million.
In seventh place, Lionsgate's "Long Shot" added $3.4 million in its third weekend for a cumulative $25.7 million.
The final new release of the weekend, Warner Bros.' "The Sun Is Also a Star," opened at No. 8 with a disappointing $2.6 million.
Based on a YA novel by Nicola Yoon, the film earned a B-minus CinemaScore and a 50% "rotten" rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
At No. 9, STX Entertainment's "Poms" added $2.1 million in its second weekend for a cumulative $10 million.
Rounding out the top 10, the studio's "Uglydolls" added $1.6 million in its third weekend for a cumulative $17.2 million.
In limited release, A24's "The Souvenir" earned $84,851 on four screens, for the week's top per-screen average of $21,213.
Opening on 109 screens, Roadside Attractions' death penalty drama "Trial by Fire," starring Laura Dern, earned $78,822, a dismal $723 per screen.
Fox Searchlight expanded "Tolkien" into six additional locations (1,501 total) to gross $735,000 for a cumulative $3.8 million.
Neon expanded "The Biggest Little Farm" into 40 additional locations for a total of 45 with $270,000 for a per-screen average of $6,000 and a cumulative $406,708.
This week, Buena Vista and Disney reveal the live-action reimagining of "Aladdin," United Artists Releasing opens the comedy "Booksmart" and Sony Screen Gems debuts the horror film "Brightburn."
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