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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.
The Super Mario Bros. Movie is racking up points, holding at number one for a third week with another $58 million. Evil Dead Rise boomed at number two, opening with $23.5 million. Another newcomer, The Covenant, opened in the number three spot with $6.2 million. John Wick
The Super Mario Bros. Movie jumped to the spot at the top for the second week in a row with $87 million. The Pope’s Exorcist was compelled to open at number two with $9 million. John Wick held the number while Renfield opened at number four with
The Super Mario Bros. Movie slayed the competition, opening at number one with $146.3 million after a five day release. John Wick: Chapter 4 fell to number two while Dungeons & Dragons also got knocked down a peg. Air got the jump and opened at number four
Dungeons and Dragons Honor Among Thieves was magical, opening at number one with $38.5 million. John Wick Chapter 4 fought hard at number two while His Only Son opened at number three. Scream V! and Creed III held their respective places. Jesus Revolution rounded out the top
John Wick: Chapter 4 smashed the box office, opening at number one with $73.5 million. Creed III fought its way to number two with $10 million. The Shazam and Scream sequels held their spots on the chart, while Ant-Man and Cocaine Bear dropped. Rounding out the tope
Ant-Man & the Wasp Quantumania won big, opening at number one with $104 million. Avatar the Way of Water made a splash by holding at number two. Magic Mike’s Last Dance was stripped down to number three. Puss and Boots, 80 for Brady, and Knock at the
Magic Mike strutted his stuff in the number one spot, opening with $8.2 million. Avatar: The Way of Water continued to swim at number two. Titanic 25 Year Anniversary stayed afloat at number three with $6.4 million. Knock at the Cabin, 80 for Brady, and M3GAN all
Knock at the Cabin was welcomed at number one, opening with $14.2 million. 80 for Brady scored at number two with $12.5 million. Avatar: The Way of Water was finally de-throned and slipped down to number three. Missing was lost, opening at number eight. The Indie film
Avatar The Way of Water washed over the box office again and kept the number one spot with another $31 million. M3GAN, Puss in Boots, and a Man Called Otto all held their positions from last week. Plane opened at number five with $10 million, while House