At the domestic box office, 'The Black Phone' receives an estimated $14.6 million

At the domestic box office, 'The Black Phone' receives an estimated $14.6 million ...

The Black Phone, a horror thriller directed by Scott Derrickson, has seen a strong comeback during its second week at the box office. After a good start in its first week, the Mason Thames and Ethan Hawke-starring film has finished in seventh place this weekend with the three-day weekend estimate estimating the company's North American earnings at $12.3 million, while the four-day North American weekend estimate estimates estimating the film at $14.6 million.

The film was played in 3,156 North American theaters during the holiday weekend, according to a Friday earning report. The Saturday earnings estimate is $3.830 million, and the Sunday earnings estimate is $3.830 million, respectively. This weekend, the four-day domestic earnings on the film have reached $26.9 million, with the international cumulative earnings expected for the first week in a row. The Black Phone has now surpassed $74.4 million worldwide.

Finney Shaw, who plays him in the musical "The Grabber," is taken down in a soundproof basement with the original owner's namesake on the other side. These voices from beyond the grave aim to preserve Finney as he does not endure the same fate as them.

With Derrickson's creative work, Madeleine McGraw, Jeremy Davies, E. Roger Mitchell, Kellan Rhude, J. Gaven Wilde, and Brady Hepner star in the film. The Black Phone is based on a short story written in 2004 by Joe Hill, the son of legendary horror author Stephen King. The film is now available on Blumhouse Productions.

The Black Phone is currently available exclusively in theaters. Here's the official sympossis for the film.

Check out the official synopsis here:

Finney Shaw, a shy but clever 13-year-old boy, is kidnapped by a sadistic killer and is trapped in a soundproof basement where screaming is of little use. Finney is able to know the voices of the previous victims, and he is determined to make sure that what happened to them is normal to him. And he is also happy to see that he can see the consequences of the past victims, according to Scott Derrickson, the writer-director of Sinister, The Ex