Spy comedy 'Argylle' is still out snooping its competition

GOSSIP & RUMORS: Spy comedy ‘Argylle’ is still out snooping its competition

“Argylle” is still out snooping the competition.

The spy action comedy remained in first place, raking in $1.96 million on Friday, its second in theaters, according to IMDB’s Box Office Mojo.

So far, the flick, which cost $200 million to make, hasn’t been performing as expected, and this weekend is expected to earn just $6.5 million, which is a 60 percent drop from last weekend, according to Collider.

Teenage horror-comedy “Lisa Frankenstein” landed in second, with $1.74 million in sales.

The Post called the movie, which was written by Oscar winner Diablo Cody, “high school monster mush.”

The Post called “Lisa Frankenstein,” “high school monster mush.” ©Focus Features/Courtesy Everett Collection

“The Beekeeper” remained in the third spot, making just over $960,000.

The rom-com “Anyone But You,” which was released in December, stayed in fourth place, with a $935,000 take.

A scene from "The Beekeeper" featuring star Jason Statham.
“The Beekeeper” starring Jason Statham remained in third place. ©MGM/Courtesy Everett Collection

On Friday, Sony Pictures released a special edition of the film, starring Glen Powell and Sydney Sweeney, with additional content, timed ahead of Valentine’s Day.

“The Chosen: S4 Episodes 1-3,” which was in second last Friday, moved down to fifth, with just over $850,000 in sales.

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