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Horror thriller ‘Old’ tops North American box office 

New M. Night Shyamalan horror-thriller Old aged to perfection at the top of the North American box office in its debut weekend, taking in an estimated $16.5 million, industry watcher Exhibitor Relations reported Sunday. 

Horror thriller ‘Old’ tops North American box office 
A scene from M. Night Shyamalan horror-thriller ‘Old,’ which topped the North American box office in its debut weekend, taking in an estimated $16.5 million.
The movie, about a family that becomes trapped on a beach where they begin to age precipitously, stars Gael Garcia Bernal and Vicky Krieps, and beat out the weekend's second-highest money-maker Snake Eyes by more than $3 million. 

Paramount's latest G.I. Joe installment, also in its debut weekend, took in an estimated $13.4 million, recounting the origin story of its titular character Snake Eyes' involvement with the famed squad. 

In third place was Disney superhero flick Black Widow starring Scarlett Johansson, which earned an estimated $11.6 million. 

Last week's top earner, the Warner Bros. live action/animated Space Jam: A New Legacy, fell to fourth with $9.6 million. And in fifth was Universal's F9: The Fast Saga, at $4.6 million, bringing its five-week domestic total to more than $160 million. 

Topics: M. Night Shyamalan , Old , Snake Eyes , Gael Garcia Bernal , Vicky Krieps
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