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Maverick’ Passes $1.4 Billion as ‘Bullet Train’ Surpasses $150 Million


In the latest box office news from the weekend, Sony High-speed train earned an additional $8 million (-43%) in weekend three for a 17-day domestic total of $68.895 million. Again, it’s pulling the legs even with Hobbs & Shawwhich closed the summer of 2019. This Fast and Furious the spinoff grossed 1.3 times its respective 17-day total of $133.78 million, which would give Brad Pitt’s star actor a $90-100 million domestic finish (that’s still on par with The lost city). As such, the difference between commercial success and (at least theatrically) commercial failure for the $90 million David Leitch-directed adaptation would be decided by overseas earnings. With $150 million worldwide so far, if he plays like Hobbs & Shaw (not even counting China and Russia) and tripled its domestic crude in the world, it’s a hit. If not, well, that’s what Netflix is ​​for paying big bucks for that first pay-TV window.

Paramount and Skydance Top Gun: Maverick spent Friday surpassing $678.815 million lifetime Avengers: Infinity War to become the sixth largest national wholesaler of all time. It grossed $5.85 million (-17%) over weekend 12 for a new domestic cume of $683.375 million. Even a normal rate of descent from this point would give him $693 million. Who passed Black Panther’s $700 million combined will be less mission: impossible and more mission: difficult. Even with its digital PVOD release on Tuesday, “Mission: Hard” should be a walk in the park for the Tom Cruise actor. With $1.403 billion worldwide, it is days away from the $1.405 billion global gross of Avengers: Age of Ultron to become the second biggest “second part” sequel of all time. Frozen II ($1.45 billion) might be a bridge too far, but it’ll be close and Top Gun 2 may still have a few miracles up its sleeve.

Warner Bros. Discovery’s DC League of Super Animals, who should have been called DC Super Animals, earned $5.775 million (-18%) over weekend four for a 24-day domestic total of $66.5 million. It is the last great animated film before that of Walt Disney strange world over Thanksgiving weekend, so an $80 million finish isn’t out of the question for the $90 million Dwayne Johnson/Kevin Hart animated comedy. marvel’s Thor: Love and Thunder earned $3.81 million (-29%) over the weekend for a domestic cume of $332 million. He also benefits from the latest kid-friendly tent pole until, in his case, black adam October 21. For all the “Thor 4 is a bomb!” nonsense, it will pass the 333 to 336 million dollars like Guardians of the Galaxy, Aquaman, Spider-Man: Homecoming, Joker and Spiderman 3. Meanwhile, it’s at $737 million worldwide, more than what Thor: Ragnarok won without China and Russia.

Universal and Monkeypaw Nope earned a weekend of $3.55 million (-33%) and $113.76 million domestic and $133.029 million worldwide. It’s not great for a $69 million release, but PVOD will probably come to the rescue. Given the current cuts and fires at Warner Bros. Discovery, Comcast can easily drop a few bucks on a Jordan Peele original as part of their “Universal is a safe space for filmmakers” narrative. Plus, Peele can always ask Gru to fund his next social thriller, because Minions: The Rise of Gru earned an additional $3.52 million (-30%) domestically to top $350 million. It earned an additional $26.695 million overseas, including $11.79 million in China (compared to Despicable Me 3 opening with $64 million in 2017), for a new cumulative total of $833.6 million. We can expect an over/under $900 million worldwide finish for the $80 million sequel/prequel.

sony Where the Crawdads sing earned $3.15 million (-26%) over the weekend and $77.725 million domestic and $97.8 million worldwide. Once again, the only “big” women’s film of the summer fares as a result. A24 Body Body Body expanded to 2,541 theaters in its third weekend. The Gen Z-targeted thriller grossed $2.412 million (-20%) over the weekend for a 17-day total of $7.439 million. This means at least Body Body Body will probably correspond to the sum of 11 million dollars of X from the beginning of this year. I’ll consider it a relative victory, as this small-scale, star-lite horror-comedy was never going to be a blockbuster. WBD Elvis earned $1.95 million (-24%) over the weekend while dominating VOD platforms. With 144.82 million US dollars so far, it will pass soon Gatsby the magnificent ($144.85 million, also from Warner Bros.) to become Baz Luhrmann’s highest-grossing domestic unadjusted. lionsgate To fall earned $1.33 million (-47%) for a ten-day run of $4.944 million.

Universal and Amblin Jurassic World Dominion earned $550,000 (-25%) domestically for a new run-up of $373.8 million when it entered beyond physical media/post-theater rental price. It’ll be on Peacock early next month, but it still grossed $984.7 million worldwide on a budget of $185 million. It might just miss the billion dollar mark, but I think Comcast will pull through. In other Universal news, Jo Koy’s Easter Sunday earned $900,000 (-63%) in weekend three. That gives Amblin’s $17 million comedy a run-up of $11.9 million over 17 days. by Blumhouse The black phone earned an additional $520,000 (49%) to bring its domestic consumption to $88.683 million and its worldwide consumption to over $150 million on a budget of $19 million. ET: The Extra-Terrestrial grossed just $250,000 (-77%) in weekend two of its IMAX-centric re-release for just $439 million in domestic cume. Difficult break for Steven Spielberg; here is the hope Fabelmans gives him a well-deserved comeback.