Hunter Killer: Thriller Starring Gerard Butler and Gary Oldman

Lionsgate and Summit’s Hunter Killer, a thriller starring Gerard Butler and Gary Oldman, was the only wide release, but it wasn’t able to beat “Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween” as Sony’s family friendly flick came in fourth place with $7.5 million.

“Hunter Killer” rounded out the top five with $6.65 million when it opened in 2,720 locations. The predominately male and over the age of 25 audience gave the film an A- CinemaScore. Critics were harsher: Rotten Tomatoes average is 36%.

Pure Flix’s faith-based war drama “Indivisible” fell flat, earning just $1.5 million in 830 theaters.

Universal’s “Johnny English Strikes Again” pocketed a meager $1.6 million from 544 screens. An underwhelming performance in the States might not matter considering the movie is virtually engineered for international audiences. The third installment in the Rowan Atkinson-led British spy series launched earlier this month overseas, where it has already earned $107 million.

In limited release, Amazon Studios-Luca Guadagnino’s horror remake “Suspiria” with Dakota Johnson and Tilda Swinton generated $179,806 from just two locations, or $89,903 per venue.