The second weekend of “Boo 2! A Madea Halloween,” also from Lionsgate, turned in a solid performance with $10 million at 2,388 sites, but no other title cleared the $6 million mark. Matt Damon’s “Suburbicon” struggled with a dismal $2.8 million at 2,046 sites and Miles Teller’s “Thank You For Your Service” finished with $3.7 million at 2,054 theaters; both came in below what were modest forecasts in their launch weekends.
“Jigsaw” is the eighth title in the “Saw” franchise, which centers on the deranged killer played by Tobin Bell. Audiences gave the movie a B Cinemascore, and the film made about $4 million less than projected in its launch weekend. The movie, which has a budget around $10 million, is set a decade after the death of Jigsaw as police investigate a series of gruesome