Sunday, June 5, 2022

Weekend Box-Office: TOP GUN MAVERICK Still Dominates and Breaks New Record

Weekend Box Office Top Gun Maverick Breaks Records

"Top Gun: Maverick" continues to dominate the box-office with a massive sophomore weekend, breaking a new record in the process after last week it scored the biggest Memorial Day weekend in history with $156 million, a record previously held by "Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End" ($153 million).

Read more about the weekend box-office after the jump.

"Top Gun: Maverick" leads the box-office charts with a massive $86 million in its second weekend, and broke the record for the smallest decline ever, just 32% for a movie opening domestically to $100 million or more. The record previously belonged to "Shrek 2" which opened with $108 million and dropped 33% in its second weekend. The "Top Gun" sequel has grossed a total of $291.6 million in North America. Overseas it added another $81.7 million this week for a foreign tally of $257 million. The global cume now stands at $548.6 million.

"Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness" finished in second place with $9,2 million, dropping 42.4%, which brings its domestic total to $388.7 million. The film's international cume is now at $520.7, which brings the worldwide total to $909 million.

The animated film "The Bob's Burgers Movie" continues its poor performance. The film is holding in third place, but dropped 63.8% from its opening weekend and grossed $4.5 million in its sophomore frame. The film has grossed $22.2 million in North America after 9 days.

Another animated film, "The Bad Guys", went up from #5 to #4 and grossed $3.3 million over the weekend (23.8% drop). The film has grossed a total of $87.2 million domestically and $130.9 million overseas ($218.2 million worldwide).

"Downton Abbey: A New Era" rounds out the Top 5 with $2.9 million. The film dropped 48.2%. Its domestic cume has reached $35.7 million, while its international tally has reached $41 million ($76.2 million worldwide).

In other news, David Cronenberg's controversial film "Crimes of the Future" opened in tenth place with a disappointing $1 million from 773 theaters.

Rank Title Weekend Gross Domestic Total Foreign Total Budget
1 Top Gun: Maverick $85.9M $291.6M $257M $170M
2 Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness $9.2M $388.7M $520.7M $200M
3 The Bob's Burgers Movie $4.5M $22.2M $1.7M N/A
4 The Bad Guys $3.3M $87.2M $130.9M $80M
5 Downton Abbey: A New Era $2.9M $35.7M $41M $40M
6 Everything Everywhere All at Once $2M $60.5M $17.5M $25M
7 Vikram $1.7M $1.7M N/A N/A
8 Sonic the Hedgehog 2 $1.7M $188.2M $204.5M $110M
9 The Lost City $1.3M $104M $81.2M $68M
10 Crimes of the Future $1.1M $1.1M N/A N/A


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