The Nun II was blessed, holding the top spot with $14.7 million. A Haunting in Venice conjured up $14.5 million, opening at number two. The Equalizer 3 and My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3 held onto their respective placement on the chart. The newcomer, indie flick Jawan
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It was sequel city this weekend at the box office. The Nun II was unholy, opening at number one with $32 million. The Equalizer 3 got revenge by opening at number two with $12 million. Lastly, My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3 opened at number three with
Gran Turismo sped into first place, opening at number one with $17.3 million. Barbie played well, holding at number two with $17.1 million. Blue Beetle got bugged, falling to number three. The rest of the chart was a repeat of last week with the exception of newcomer
Blue Beetle flapped its wings, opening at number one with $25 million. Barbie kept dreaming at number two with $21 million. Oppenheimer blew things up at number three with $10 million. Strays was the only newcomer which opened at number five while the rest of the chart
Barbie was truly a dream, holding at number one with another $33.7 million. Oppenheimer blew the competition away, holding at number two with another $18.8 million. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles came out of their shells and moved up a spot to number three. Meg 2 lost its
Barbie was living the dream, opening at number one with $162 million! Oppenheimer did not bomb, opening at number two with $82 million. Sound of Freedom held strong at number three while Mission Impossible plummeted to number four. The rest of the chart shifted a spot of
Mission Impossible Dead Reckoning wasn’t too lively, opening at number one with just $80 million over five days. Sound of Freedom had cause to celebrate, moving up a spot to number two this week with another $27 million. Insidious the Red Door was locked out, dropping down
Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny made a discovery, opening at number one with $60 million. Elemental held together number two. Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse swung into more ticket sales at number three. No Hard Feelings had a grudge, dropping to number four, while newcomer Ruby
Transformers: Rise of the Beasts didn’t change much in the way of profits, opening at number one with just $60 million. Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse swung into second place with $55 million. The Little Mermaid and Guardians of the Galaxy held their respective spots. The Boogeyman stayed
The Little Mermaid swam to shore, opening at number one with $117 million. Fast X, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol, and The Super Mario Bros. Movie all held their respective spots on the chart. The Machine failed to operate, opening at number five with just $5.8 million.
Fast X spun out, opening at number one with just $67.5 million. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 took a step down to number two. The Super Mario Bros. Movie, Book Club: The Next Chapter, Evil Dead Rise, John Wick: Chapter 4, and Are You There God
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 ruled the universe, opening at number one with $114 million. The Super Mario Bros. Movie dropped to number two with $18.6 million. Evil Dead Rise, John Wick, and Are You There God. It’s Me, Margaret all held in their respective spots.