Barbarian was savage, opening at number one with $10 million. Brahmastra Part One: Shiva opened at number two (has anyone even heard of this movie?). Bullet Train was on track, holding at number three, while the rest of the chart played a bit of Tetris. The re-release of Spider-Man No Way Home was the newest member of the top ten, rounding it out with $1.3 million.
Until next time, happy movie going and be nice to each other!
Recommended viewing: Gone in the Night
1 Barbarian $10,000,000 $10,000,000 20th Century Studios
2 Brahmastra Part One: Shiva $4,400,000 $4,400,000 Walt Disney Studios
3 Bullet Train $3,250,262 $92,544,000 Sony Pictures
4 Top Gun: Maverick $3,170,000 $705,650,344 Paramount Pictures
5 DC League of Super-Pets $2,835,000 $85,421,285 Warner Bros.
6 The Invitation $2,620,437 $18,846,000 Sony Pictures
7 Lifemark $2,212,288 $2,212,288 Fathom Events
8 Beast $1,800,220 $29,376,000 Universal Pictures
9 Minions: The Rise of Gru $1,650,000 $362,331,415 Universal Pictures
10 Spider-Man: No Way Home $1,300,000 $8,555,385 Sony Pictures
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