List of 1999 box office number-one films in the United States

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This is a list of films which have placed number one at the weekend box office in the United States during 1999.

# Weekend end date Film Box office[1] Notes
1 January 3, 1999 Patch Adams $19,050,675
2 January 10, 1999 A Civil Action $15,163,484
3 January 17, 1999 Varsity Blues $15,204,148
4 January 24, 1999 Varsity Blues $10,574,508
5 January 31, 1999 She's All That $16,065,430
6 February 7, 1999 Payback $21,221,526
7 February 14, 1999 Message in a Bottle $18,852,976
8 February 21, 1999 Payback $10,268,237 Payback reclaimed #1 in its third weekend of release.
9 February 28, 1999 8mm $14,252,888
10 March 7, 1999 Analyze This $18,383,507
11 March 14, 1999 Analyze This $15,567,669
12 March 21, 1999 Forces of Nature $13,510,728
13 March 28, 1999 Forces of Nature $9,439,629
14 April 4, 1999 The Matrix $27,788,331 The Matrix broke Lost in Space's record ($20.2 mil) for the highest weekend debut in April.
15 April 11, 1999 The Matrix $22,563,331
16 April 18, 1999 Life $20,414,775
17 April 25, 1999 The Matrix $12,642,717 The Matrix reclaimed #1 in its fourth weekend of release.
18 May 2, 1999 Entrapment $20,145,595
19 May 9, 1999 The Mummy $43,369,635
20 May 16, 1999 The Mummy $24,856,320
21 May 23, 1999 Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace $64,820,970 Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace had the highest weekend debut in 1999.
22 May 30, 1999 Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace $51,399,863 Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace broke Jurassic Park's record ($38.5 mil) for the highest second weekend gross.
23 June 6, 1999 Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace $32,891,653
24 June 13, 1999 Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me $54,917,604 Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me broke Batman Forever's record ($52.8 mil) for the highest weekend in June.
25 June 20, 1999 Tarzan $34,221,968
26 June 27, 1999 Big Daddy $41,536,370
27 July 4, 1999 Wild Wild West $27,687,484
28 July 11, 1999 American Pie $18,709,680
29 July 18, 1999 Eyes Wide Shut $21,706,163
30 July 25, 1999 The Haunting $33,435,140
31 August 1, 1999 Runaway Bride $35,055,556 Runaway Bride broke Scream 2's record ($32.9 million) for highest weekend debut for a film featuring a female protagonist.
32 August 8, 1999 The Sixth Sense $26,681,262 The Sixth Sense broke The Fugitive's record ($23.8 mil) for the highest weekend debut in August.
33 August 15, 1999 The Sixth Sense $25,764,991
34 August 22, 1999 The Sixth Sense $23,950,008
35 August 29, 1999 The Sixth Sense $20,099,149
36 September 5, 1999 The Sixth Sense $22,896,967 The Sixth Sense broke The Fugitive's record ($17.2 mil) for the highest Labor Day weekend ever.
37 September 12, 1999 Stigmata $18,309,666
38 September 19, 1999 Blue Streak $19,208,806
39 September 26, 1999 Double Jeopardy $23,162,542
40 October 3, 1999 Double Jeopardy $17,018,808
41 October 10, 1999 Double Jeopardy $13,541,285
42 October 17, 1999 Fight Club $11,035,485
43 October 24, 1999 The Best Man $9,031,660
44 October 31, 1999 House on Haunted Hill $15,946,032
45 November 7, 1999 The Bone Collector $16,712,020
46 November 14, 1999 Pokémon: The First Movie $31,036,678 Pokémon: The First Movie broke Mortal Kombat's ($23 million) for the highest weekend debut of a video game adaptation.
47 November 21, 1999 The World Is Not Enough $35,519,007
48 November 28, 1999 Toy Story 2 $57,388,839 Toy Story 2 broke The Waterboy's record ($39.4 mil) for the highest weekend debut in November, 101 Dalmatians's record ($33.5 mil) for the highest Thanksgiving weekend debut, and The Lion King's record ($40.9 mil) for the highest weekend debut for an animated film.
49 December 5, 1999 Toy Story 2 $27,760,276
50 December 12, 1999 Toy Story 2 $18,249,880
51 December 19, 1999 Stuart Little $15,018,223
52 December 26, 1999 Any Given Sunday $13,584,625
53 January 2, 2000 Stuart Little $16,022,757 Stuart Little reclaimed the #1 spot in its third weekend of release.

Highest-grossing films[edit]

Highest-grossing films of 1999[2]
Rank Title Distributor Domestic Gross
1. Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace 20th Century Fox $431,088,295
2. The Sixth Sense Disney $293,506,292
3. Toy Story 2 $245,852,179
4. Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me New Line $206,040,086
5. The Matrix Warner Bros. $171,479,930
6. Tarzan Disney $171,091,819
7. Big Daddy Columbia $163,479,795
8. The Mummy Universal $155,385,488
9. Runaway Bride Paramount $152,257,509
10. The Blair Witch Project Artisan Entertainment $140,539,099

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