For the second week in a row, “The Batman”, the darkest new creation of the masked Awakening Adventures, has topped the North American box office, according to provisional statistics from the specialty company Exhibitor Relations released on Sunday.
With $ 66 million in revenue in the United States and Canada from Friday to Sunday, the Warner Bros. studio film starring British actor Robert Pattinson has now surpassed $ 238 million in the United States, grossing $ 224 million internationally. . Its budget of $ 200 million is enough to justify it.
In second place is still “Unsort”, an adaptation of the successful video game released by Sony. The film, starring Tom Holland as the treasure hunter, grossed another $ 9.2 million this weekend.
Rare fact, it was filmed by the main crew of the Korean K-pop BTS and aired in theaters, which ranks 3rd. According to the Hollywood Reporter, “Permission to Dance on Stage – Seoul”, which aired on Saturday, grossed $ 6.8 million, making it the highest grossing live event of all time in cinema.
It was one of three concerts hosted by Seven BTS boys in Seoul since Thursday, returning to the stage in South Korea after a two – year hiatus from the Kovit-19 epidemic.
In fourth place is “dog” (5.3 million). The film tells the story of a soldier who escapes with a dog named Lulu, who was wounded while serving in the army in Afghanistan, and Chaning Dat, who goes to his ex-master’s funeral.
“Spider-Man: No Return” ranks fifth (4.1 million) in theaters in its 13th week, grossing a total of $ 1.1 billion worldwide.
6 – “Death in the Nile” (2.5 million)
7 – “Sing! 2 “(1.6 million)
8 – “Jacques Forever” (1.1 million)
9 – “Sills” – (445,000)
10 – “Chirano” – (391,000)
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