This weekend, five newcomers entered the fray, but none of them really had debuts of consequence. Boo 2 took the lead easily with a $21.2 million, which was in the ballpark of what I predicted, but was still significantly behind the $28.5 million debut of its predecessor. Geostorm surprised in second place with a $13.7 million debut. While it opened noticeably higher than I predicted, it is still bad news considering the $120 million price tag the film carries. In third, Happy Death Day fell even harder than I expected. The film plummeted 64% and added on $9.4 million for a total of $40.7 million through Sunday. In fourth place, Blade Runner 2049 had another hard drop, falling 52.5% and adding $7.4 million on for a total of $74.2 million. Now, it appears as though clearing $100 million domestically is out of the question. Rounding out the top five, Only the Brave managed a meek $6 million debut. This is a bit above my forecast, but still bad considering the $38 million production budget. Outside the top five, in eighth place, The Snowman couldn't overcome the hate from critics and audiences alike. It's debut of $3.4 million is a little over a third of the debut I predicted. In 12th place, The Same Kind of Different as Me debuted right in line with my predictions with an awful $2.6 million and further exhibited the waning of faith-based films at the box office.