March 28, 2023


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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 went berserk, his ‘Multiverses of Madness’, after a good start, grossed only $ 61 million, but that revenue holds it higher than the North American box office, according to provisional figures released by specialty company Exhibitor on Sunday. Relationships.

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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.

A long-running quiz animated film “The Bad Guys,” trying to be nice to illegal animals, for just $ 6.9 million Friday-Sunday.

Just like last week, the blue hedgehog of “Sonic the Hedgehog 2” finished third on stage 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.

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

7. “The Lost City” (1.7 million)

8. “Man from the North” (1.7 million)

9. “Family Camp” (1.4 million)

10. “Solid Gold Talent” (1.1 million)