Reviews Lift The Invisible Man

'Hedgehog' and 'Call of the Wild' trail, while Peter Pan tale doesn't soar
By Newser Editors and Wire Services
Posted Mar 1, 2020 12:30 PM CST
Invisible Man Surfaces on Top
This image released by Universal Pictures shows Elisabeth Moss in a scene from "The Invisible Man."   (Universal Pictures via AP)

The Elisabeth Moss-led thriller The Invisible Man rode a wave of good reviews to a very visible spot atop the box office this weekend, the AP reports. Universal Pictures on Sunday estimated that the film from writer-director Leigh Whannell earned $29 million from North American theaters. Internationally, it picked up an additional $20.2 million. The Invisible Man carried a relatively modest budget, costing under $10 million to produce.

Sonic the Hedgehog slid to second place in its third weekend in theaters with $16 million. The Call of the Wild, with Harrison Ford, placed third in its second weekend with $13.2 million. And in limited release, Benh Zeitlin’s re-imagining of the Peter Pan myth, Wendy, got off to a bumpy start with just $30,000 from four theaters.

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