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Box office: Top Gun billionaire, Elvis in the lead in the US – Actus Ciné

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“Elvis” is going head-to-head with “Top Gun: Maverick” at the US box office this weekend. Figures that allow the film worn by Tom Cruise to exceed the billion dollars of the international soundtrack !.

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Baz Luhrmann’s biopic about Elvis is doing well as Top Gun: Maverick at the US box office this week.

Screened in 3,906 theaters, Elvis totaled $ 30.5 million while the sequel to the film brought by Tom Cruise also recorded 30.5 million greenbacks for a 3,948-screen presence for its 5th exploitation weekend.

Top Gun: billionaire!

The feature film directed by Joseph Kosinski has just crossed the threshold of 4 million admissions in France.

Top Gun: Maverick thus exceeds one billion dollars at the international box office and becomes the greatest success of Tom Cruise’s career. It is the first film of 2022 to exceed the billion mark at the worldwide box office. (Doctor Strange 2 currently records $ 947 million on the international soundtrack)

Jurassic World: The World After takes second place with $ 26 million in revenues this weekend in the US, bringing the last part of the Colin Trevorrow trilogy to $ 302 million in the US and $ 746 million in international level.

Note that last Thursday the feature crossed the $ 100 million mark in China, becoming the first Hollywood film to hit this mark since Godzilla Vs. Kong in early 2021.

The top 4 films of the Top make more than 20 million dollars in box office!

Scott Derickson’s (Doctor Strange) horror thriller Black Phone is on the third step of the podium with over 23 million greenbacks for its first weekend of business.

Released in our theaters last Wednesday, the film worn by Ethan Hawke follows Finney Shaw, a 13-year-old teenager kidnapped by a sadistic killer who locks him in a basement. When a phone hanging on the wall, still out of order, begins to ring, Finney finds that she is in contact with the voices of her captor’s previous victims. They are dead as determined that their sad fate will not become that of Finney.

This is the first time in a long time that the top 4 films at the US box office have all exceeded $ 20 million in weekend takings. These results, according to analysts, are due to the return to the theater of 18-34 year olds, who represent 64% of spectators.

Buzz Lightyear, the latest film from Pixar studios, is in fourth place with 17.7 million greenbacks for its second weekend. The film derived from Toy Story has therefore totaled 88.7 million at the US box office since its release. It is the first Pixar film to hit theaters since the start of the pandemic.

Doctor Strange 2 is in second place with an additional $ 1.7 million recorded this weekend. Sam Raimi’s film has therefore garnered $ 409 million at the US box office since its release.

Indian film Jugjugg Jeeyo earned $ 725,000 for its first weekend and took 7th place just ahead of Everything Everywhere All at Once, which now totals $ 66 million on American soil.

Bob’s Burgers: The Movie and The Bad Guys close this TOP 10 respectively with 513,000 dollars (for a total of 31 million dollars) and 440,000 greenbacks (95 million made in the United States alone).

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