I think it's pretty likely that Aquaman will keep it's #1 spot for this coming weekend (unless Escape Room is a real sleeper hit). I feel that MPR will take more of a hit this particular weekend as the number of holiday watchers and larger family groups drop out and the re-watchers and the "we'll get around to it" crowd probably won't start until Tuesday or the weekend after.Do you think it will remain behind Aquaman next weekend (1/11-1/13). I see it could be close which could make it a mute point. I don't see any newcomers challenging them for #1. If Aquaman drops similar to Wonderwoman the next two weekends, it would be looking at a 4th weekend of around 21 million. If Mary drops similar to Greatest showman the next two weekends, it would have a 4th weekend of around 22 million. I think both will drop a little harder, but do think it could get interesting. Greatest showman lost 400 theaters from weekend 2 to 4, Wonderwoman lost 200 theaters. not sure what Aquaman and Wonderwoman will project to, but neither has a big challenger that will steal a lot from them, next weekend having more new releases than this weekend.
Too Early To Track Tracking for Mary: after 15 days = 119 million (84th now among those never #1, made almost 1 million more than Sing did on day 15, but still 71 million behind where Sing was on day 15)
For 1/11-1/13 it could pop above Aquaman to be #2 against A Dog’s Way Home ... but I feel that a family dog movie is going to pull more from the Disney crowd that the DC crowd. So for me it's even money which one actually comes out on top.