Black Adam ruled the earth and the box office for a second week with $27 million. Ticket to Paradise also held its spot at number two with $10 million. Horror new comer Prey for the Devil opened at number three with $7 million, while Smile held at
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The box office was not extinct this weekend, with Jurassic World Dominion taking a huge bite at number one with $143 million. Maverick stayed the course at number two with another $50 million. Most of the chart remained the same, with the exception of Firestarter, which sparked
With little competition, The Batman stayed on top with another $66 million. The rest of the box office chart was an exact repeat of last week up to number eight. Scream actually climbed up two spots despite being available on home release. While Cyrano and Marry Me
After six weeks in release Spider-Man shot his way back up to the number one spot. Scream was pretty quiet, falling down to number two. Much of the chart remained the same with most releases holding their respective spots, with the exception of newcomer Redeeming Love opening
Scream let out a roar, opening at number one with $30.6 million. Spider-Man keep swinging at number two with $20.8 million. Sing 2 was still in tune at number three with $8.2 million. Only one new movie breeched the top ten while The Matrix Resurrections limped across
Spider-Man is really sticking to the number one spot with a domestic total of $668.7 million! Sing 2 hit a high note, opening at number two last week and holding strong this week. The King’s Man and the Matrix Resurrections did not do much in the way
Encanto cast a spell, holding on to the top spot for the second week in a row while Ghostbusters Afterlife and House of Gucci stayed in their respective lanes. It’s a sad time for the box office when a Fathom Event opens at number four over big
Encanto was enchanted, opening at number one with $40 million. Ghostbusters: Afterlife had signs of life after dropping down to number two. House of Gucci was fashionable, opening at number three, while King Richard got served, dropping to number seven. Venom: Let There Be Carnage rounded out
Eternals rose high, opening at number one with $71 million. Dune slipped just slightly to number two while James Bond held at number three. Ron’s Gone Wrong managed to climb up from last week’s number eight spot. Newbies Antlers and Last Night in SoHo had dismal openings
HAPPY HALLOWEEN!! Dune buried the competition in the sand again, holding at number one for the second week in a row. Halloween Kills murdered the number two spot. New horrors flicks Last Night in SoHo and Antlers should got a trick, both opening to poor box office
Dune buried the competition in the sand opening with $40 million at number one. The new animated flick Ron’s Gone Wrong stumbled, opening at number five with just $7.3 million. The middle of the chart stayed the same, while some indie new comers rounded out the bottom.
Halloween really scared up some ticket sales, opening with $50 million. James Bond and Venom dropped slightly, respectfully. The middle of the chart stayed the same, while some indie new comers rounded out the bottom. Until next time, happy movie going and be nice to each other!