Sunday, August 14, 2022

Weekend Box-Office: BULLET TRAIN Repeats at #1 With $13 Million

Weekend Box Office Bullet Train No 1 Second Weekend

With no major new wide releases, the Brad Pitt starrer "Bullet Train" dominated the box-office in its second weekend. Semi-wide new releases "Fall" and "Mack & Rita" failed to find an audience. Also, this ended up being the lowest grossing weekend to date this summer.

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

"Bullet Train" is still on the right track, topping the charts with $13.4 million. The film dropped 55% from its opening weekend. After 10 days in theaters, the film has grossed a total of $54.4 million domestically, and another $60 million overseas, adding up to $114.5 million worldwide.

Warner Bros' animated film "DC League of Super-Pets" held in second place with 7.1 million in its third frame, dropping 35% from the previous weekend. Its domestic total has reached $58.3 million, while overseas it has raked in $51.4 million. Globally it stands at $109.7 million.

"Top Gun: Maverick" added 421 theaters and is now up 2% compared to last week. It managed to rebound from sixth place last weekend to third place this week, and raked in $7.1 million over its twelfth weeekend. The sequel has now grossed a total of $673.8 million domestically, $704.2 million internationally, and $1.37 billion worldwide.

The superhero flick "Thor: Love and Thunder" finished in fourth place with $5.3 million in its sixth weekend, falling 31%. The film has grossed a total of $325.3 million domestically and $395.1 million overseas. Its worldwide total now sits at $720.5 million.

The Top 5 is rounded out by the sci-fi horror "Nope" with $5.3 million, dropping 37% in its fourth frame. The film's domestic total has reached $107.5 million. It has also opened in 19 overseas markets, adding another $6.3 million over the weekend.

In eighth place, A24's horror comedy "Bodies Bodies Bodies" expanded into 1,284 theaters and grossed $3.2 million. Lionsgate's thriller "Fall" opened with an unimpressive $2.5 million from 1,548 theaters, while Gravitas Ventures' comedy "Mack & Rita" debuted with a terrible $1 million on 1,930 screens.

Rank Title Weekend Gross Domestic Total Foreign Total Budget
1 Bullet Train $13.4M $54.4M $60M $90M
2 DC League of Super-Pets $7.7M $58.3M $51.4M $90M
3 Top Gun: Maverick $7.1M $673.8M $704.2M $170M
4 Thor: Love and Thunder $5.3M $325.3M $395.1M $250M
5 Nope $5.3M $107.5M $6.3M $68M
6 Minions: The Rise of Gru $4.8M $343.7M $446.7M $80M
7 Where the Crawdads Sing $3.9M $72.1M $14.8M $24M
8 Bodies Bodies Bodies $3.2M $3.5M N/A N/A
9 Elvis $2.5M $141.2M $120.2M $85M
10 Fall $2.5M $2.5M N/A N/A


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