Despite declining revenue, the action comedy “The Free Man” topped the North American box office in its second weekend in the video game universe, grossing $ 18.8 million. Institutional Exhibition Relations.
The film, which explores the boundaries between virtual and real, features an anti-hero starring Ryan Reynolds, a simple extra in a video game who seeks to take his destiny by the hand and distorts the well-thought-out mechanics by the creators.
A family comedy, “The Free Man” recorded a significant drop when it grossed $ 28 million over the weekend. But experts say the results are impressive as the shadow of the Govt-19 epidemic still lingers in the film industry, and that Hurricane Henry may have prevented some people from going to the movies in the Northeast.
In total, the film grossed $ 112 million.
In second place is the new movie “Paw Patrol – Movie” which grossed $ 13 million on Fridays and Sundays.
A decent result according to Variety magazine for this animated film aimed at young children – yet ineligible for anti-govt vaccines.
“Paw Patrol” tells the story of a boy named Rider and the brave puppies who help save the people of Avenver from the evil mayor.
Third place went to the Disney adventure film “Jungle Cruise” with $ 6.2 million. Inspired by Disney Park, the film follows the adventures of Dr. Lily Houghton, played by Emily Blunt and her brother (Jack Whitehall) in the Amazon rainforest.
The horror feature “Don’t Breathe 2”, which describes a game of assassination followed by a blind player, is in fourth place with $ 3.8 million for its second weekend.
Finally Soul’s Arena Franklin’s biography, “Honor” comes in fifth with $ 3.8 million.
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