July 1, 2022

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Dr.  Strange advanced, but still topped the North American box office

Dr. Strange advanced, but still topped the North American box office

Dr. Strange stumbled and his ‘Multiverses of Madness’, after a thunderous start, grossed just over $ 61 million, but that revenue is still higher than the box office North American, according to provisional figures released on Sunday by the special company Exhibition Relations.

Read more: Marvel seeks to expand its horizons with the new Dr. Strange and his ‘Multivers’

The sequel to The Wizard, who became the most anticipated neurosurgeon to see Marvel hero Benedict Cumberbatch explore parallel worlds, grossed $ 187 million in its first three days in theaters last week.

Internationally, the film has grossed $ 396 million since its release.

At just $ 6.9 million from Friday to Sunday, the animated film “The Bad Guys” is a distant quiz of illegal animals trying to get better.

Like last week, “Sonic 2″‘s Blue Hedgehog came in third with $ 4.6 million.

New to the theaters, “Firestarter”, a semi-crime, semi-fantasy film based on the novel by Stephen King, the genre’s masterpiece, had a disappointing start at number four, grossing just over $ 3.8 million.

Zac Efron and Sidney Lemman play the parents of 11 – year – old Ryan Keira Armstrong.

The film was critically acclaimed and received 12% positive reviews from Rotten Tomatoes, which garnered rave reviews from various sources.

This is the complete opposite of “everywhere at once”. With 96% positive reviews, the film with Michelle Yeoh travels the absurdity of the universe of parallel worlds, finishing in the top 5 with $ 3.3 million in its 8th week in the Dark Rooms.

Here are the remaining top 10:

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6. “Fantastic Beasts: Dumbledore’s Secrets ($ 2.4 Million)

7. “The Secret of the Lost City” (1.7 million)

8. “The Northman” (1.7 million)

9. “Family Camp” (1.4 million)

10. “Solid Gold Talent” (1.1 million)