Tuesday, September 27, 2022

Brad Pitt and ‘Bullet Train’ dominate US box office

NEW YORK ( Associated Press) — Brad Pitt-starring action flick “Bullet Train” dominated the North American box office this weekend, earning $30.1 million in its debut.

The film added another 32.4 million internationally.

The weekend’s second major premiere, “Easter Sunday”, was not very successful. A comedy film about an actor attending a family Easter celebration made $5.3 million.

Other films already in theaters lacked “Bullet Train”, such as the animated “DC League of Pets”, which took in $11.2 million.

The science-fiction/horror film “Nope” grossed $8.5 million in its third weekend. With a total of 98 million, it will soon exceed 100 million nationally.

“Thor: Love and Thunder” came in fourth on its fifth weekend with $7.6 million and a cumulative total of $316.1 million domestically and $699 million globally.

The horror/comedy film “Bodies’ Bodies” opened in just six theaters in New York and Los Angeles and grossed $226,525. The film opens more widely on Friday.

Estimated figures for the highest-grossing films this weekend in the United States and Canada, according to Comscore. The final figures came out on Tuesday.

1. “Bullet Train – $30.1 million.

2. “DC League of Super Pets – $11.2 million.

3. “Nope – $8.5 million.

4. “Thor: Love and Thunder – $7.6 million.

5. “Minions: The Rise of Gru – $7.1 million.

6. “Top Gun: Maverick – $7 million.

7. “Where the Crowds Sing – $5.7 million.

8. “Easter Sunday – $5,3 million.

9. “Elvis – $4 million.

10. “Black Phone – $1.5 million.

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