LOS ANGELES — With no new wide releases, Hollywood basically took the Labor Day weekend off and put an end to what’s expected to be the lowest earning summer moviegoing season since 2006 – the last time the industry saw a sub-$4 billion summer.

Things weren’t as apocalyptic as analysts suggested going into the weekend, which had the potential to be the worst since 1992, but that’s hardly cause for celebration. While official numbers for the four-day weekend won’t be available until Tuesday, studios expect that in total this Labor Day weekend will be the lowest earning since 1998.

“There’s no sugar coating the fact that this was a very slow Labor Day weekend,” said Paul Dergarabedian, the senior media analyst for comScore. “This was a fitting end to a rough summer.”

Some did make it out to the multiplexes over the holiday weekend, though. According to studio estimates Sunday, the R-rated actioner “The Hitman’s Bodyguard” topped the charts for a third weekend with $10.3 million. The Samuel L. Jackson and Ryan Reynolds film has earned a total of $54.9 million from North American theaters.

In second place was the horror spinoff “Annabelle: Creation,” from Warner Bros., which added $7.3 million, bumping its domestic total to $89 million.

The Weinstein Company took spots three and four, with the crime drama “Wind River” in third with $5.9 million, and the animated family film “Leap!” in fourth with $4.9 million.

However, the company’s new opener, the long-delayed period romance “Tulip Fever,” wilted on release. Playing in 765 locations, the R-rated drama starring Alicia Vikander and Dane DeHaan earned only $1.2 million.