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Bullet Train Adds $13.4 Million In Second Weekend

bullet train The slow weekend starring Brad Pitt continues to top the box office. The David Leach-directed film debuted last weekend with $30 million and would go on to gross a further $13.4 million during its second frame at the domestic box office. bullet train earned a B+ CinemaScore, a Rotten score on Rotten Tomatoes, a 3-out-of-5 review from ComicBook.com’s Spencer Perry, who called the film “derivative but amusing”. He writes:

“By the time the train ends its journey and you’re exiting the theater, you’ll feel entertained, exactly what summer blockbusters are designed to do. Maybe when you step out So you’ll throw a playful punch at a friend. Theater, one of several songs, are performed on the soundtrack of a bullet train while you wait in line in the bathroom. However, by the time you get to your car, you’ll be Will try to unravel the plot and its really complicated essence with you guys; maybe you find out that the whole cameos were just distracting and didn’t add much. When you get home, you might have forgotten That what you did in the last two hours. You’ll only remember Brad Pitt was ridiculous.”

bullet train Now playing in cinemas. Work is in progress on the complete list of top 10 films at the box office this weekend.

1. Bullet Train

    (Photo: Sony Pictures)
  • week two
  • Weekend: $13.4 million
  • gross: $54.4 million

Ladybug is an unlucky killer who is determined to do her job in peace after too many gigs go off the rails one after the other. However, fate may have other plans as his latest mission puts him on a collision course with deadly adversaries from around the world – all with connected yet conflicting objectives – on the world’s fastest train.

directed by David Leach bullet train From a screenplay by Zak Olkewicz, based on the novel by Ketaro Isaka. The film stars Brad Pitt, Joey King, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Brian Tyree Henry, Andrew Koji, Hiroyuki Sanada, Michael Shannon, Benito A. Martinez Ocasio and Sandra Bullock.


2. DC League of Super-Pets

    (Photo: DC Films / Warner Bros.)
  • week three
  • Weekend: $7.17 million
  • gross: $58.3 million

Krypto the Super-Dog and Superman are inseparable best friends, sharing similar superpowers and fighting crime side-by-side in Metropolis. However, when the Man of Steel and the rest of the Justice League are kidnapped, Krypto must persuade a ragtag group of beasts to master their newfound powers for a rescue mission.

directed by Jared Stern DC League of Super-Pets and co-wrote the story with John Whittington. The film’s voices include Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart, Kate McKinnon, John Krasinski, Vanessa Bayer, Natasha Lyonne, Diego Luna, Thomas Middleditch, Ben Schwartz and Keanu Reeves.


3. Top Gun: Maverick

  • week 12
  • Weekend: $7.15 million
  • gross: $673.8 million

After more than 30 years of service as one of the Navy’s top aviators, Pete “Maverick” Mitchell is where he is, pushing the envelope as a daring test pilot and dodging advancement in the ranks. giving that will take him to the ground. Training a troop of graduates for a special assignment, Maverick must confront the ghosts of his past and his deepest fears, culminating in a mission that demands ultimate sacrifice from those who choose to fly it. .

Joseph Kosinski Directing Top Gun: Maverick From a screenplay by Eren Kruger, Eric Warren Singer and Christopher McQuarrie. The film stars Miles Teller, Jennifer Connelly, Jon Hamm, Glenn Powell, Lewis Pullman, Ed Harris and Val Kilmer.


4. Thor: Love and Thunder

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  • week six
  • Weekend: $5.311 million
  • gross: $325.3 million

Thor embarks on a journey he has never encountered before – the search for inner peace. However, his retirement is interrupted by Gore the God Butcher, a galactic assassin who seeks the extinction of the gods. To counter the threat, Thor enlists the help of King Valkyrie, Korg, and ex-girlfriend Jane Foster, who – to his surprise – inexplicably uses his magic hammer. Together, they embark on a harrowing cosmic adventure to uncover the mystery of Lord Butcher’s vengeance.

directed by Taika Waititi Thor: Love and Thunder A screenplay he co-wrote with Jennifer Kaytin Robinson. The film stars Chris Hemsworth, Christian Bale, Tessa Thompson, Jamie Alexander, Waititi, Russell Crowe and Natalie Portman.


5. No

    (Photo: Universal Pictures)
  • week four
  • Weekend: $5.3 million
  • gross: $107.5 million

Two siblings who run a California horse ranch discover something wonderful and frightening in the skies above, while the owner of the adjacent theme park tries to profit from a mysterious, supernatural phenomenon.

Jordan Peele directed No, The film stars Daniel Kaluuya, Keke Palmer, Steven Yeun, Michael Wincott and Brandon Perea.


6. Minions: The Rise of Gru

    (Photo: Universal Pictures)
  • week seven
  • Weekend: $7.11 million
  • gross: $343.7 million

In the 1970s, young Gru tries to join a group of supervillains called the Vicious 6, after ousting their leader – legendary fighter Wild Knuckles. When the interview turns disastrous, Gru and his minions run away with Vicious 6 Hot on their tails. Luckily, he finds an unexpected source for guidance – the Wild Knuckles himself – and soon discovers that even the bad guys need a little help from their friends.

Kyle Balda directed Minions: The Rise of Gru, The film’s voice cast includes Steve Carell, Pierre Coffin, Taraji P. Henson, Michelle Yeoh, RZA, Jean-Claude Van Damme, Lucy Lawless, Dolph Lundgren, Danny Trejo, Russell Brand, Julie Andrews and Alan Arkin.


7. Where the Crowdads Sing

(Photo: Sony Pictures)
  • week four
  • Weekend: $4 million
  • gross: $72.1 million

Abandoned as a girl, Kaya finds herself in the dangerous marshlands of North Carolina. For years, rumors of a Marsh Girl haunted Barclay Cove, tearing the fast and resilient Kya apart from her community. Attracted by two young men from the city, she opens herself to a new and shocking world. However, when one of them is found dead, Kaya immediately becomes the prime suspect. As the case unfolds, the verdict about what happened becomes increasingly unclear, threatening to reveal many secrets.

directed by Olivia Newman where the crowdads sing From a screenplay by Lucy Alibar, based on the book of the same name by Delia Owens. The film stars Daisy Edgar-Jones Taylor, John Smith, Harris Dickinson, Michael Hyatt, Sterling Macker, Jr. and David Strathairn.


8. Entity Body Entity

(Photo: A24)
  • week two
  • Weekend: $3.25 million
  • gross: $3.5 million

A party game goes terribly wrong when a group of 20-somethings are trapped in a remote mansion during a storm, with a dead body on the ground and fake friends at every turn as they mingle between themselves. Let’s try to find the killer.

Halina Region directed bodies bodies bodies, It stars Amandla Stenberg, Maria Bakalova, Myha’la Harold, Chase Sui Wonders, Rachel Cenote, Lee Pace and Pete Davidson.


9. Elvisie

    (Photo: Warner Bros.)
  • week eight
  • Weekend: $2.59 million
  • gross: $141.2 million

From his fame to his unprecedented superstardom, rock ‘n’ roll icon Elvis Presley has maintained a complicated relationship with his enigmatic manager, Colonel Tom Parker, over the course of 20 years. Central to Presley’s travels and joys is that of one of the most influential people in his life – Priscilla.

Baz Luhrmann Directing elvis A screenplay he co-wrote with Sam Bromell, Craig Pearce and Jeremy Donner. The film stars Austin Butler as Elvis, alongside Tom Hanks, Olivia DeJong, Helen Thomson, Richard Roxburgh, Luke Bracey, Natasha Bassett, David Wenham, Calvin Harrison Jr., Xavier Samuel and Cody Smit-McPhee.


10. Fall

(Photo: Lionsgate)
  • opening week
  • gross: $2.5 million

For best friends Becky and Hunter, life is about conquering fear and pushing boundaries. However, after climbing 2,000 feet to the top of a remote, abandoned radio tower, they find themselves stranded with no way out. Now, their expert climbing skills are put to the ultimate test as they desperately struggle to survive the elements, supply shortages, and extreme-inducing heights.

Scott Mann directed Fall, It stars Virginia Gardner, Grace Fulton, Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Mason Gooding.


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