“Who Says We’re Bad?” Remains Leading in the US Box Office

In the silence before the “Doctor Strange” storm, which is expected to blow at the box office next week, “Who Said We Are Bad?” remains at the top.


The US box office is literally the calm before the storm this week. Just before the release of “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness”, low viewership rates draw attention.

DreamWorks animation, which was the box office leader last week, “Who Says We’re Bad?” (Bad Guys) continues to lead this week. The film grossed $16 million in its second weekend, making a total of $44.4 million. In second place is Paramount’s “Sonic the Hedgehog 2” (SOnic the Hedgehog 2), with weekend revenues of $11.4 million. With a total gross of $160 million, the movie became the highest-grossing video game adaptation in the United States.

“Fantastic Beasts: Dumbledore’s Secrets” is in third place at the US box office. The film only grossed $8.3 million in its third weekend at the box office, with a total gross of $79.6 million. The third movie in the Fantastic Beasts franchise earned $329 million worldwide. Therefore, it is possible that the thoughts about the cancellation of the series will be shelved.

Rober Eggers’ epic Viking drama “Northman” retained its fourth place at the box office, making $6.3 million in its second weekend of release, while Daniel Scheinert and Daniel Scheinert Daniel Kwan’s “Everything Everywhere All at Once” (Everything Everywhere All at Once) climbed to fifth place with a weekend revenue of $5.5 million, re-entering the top five. With a total gross of $35.5 million in the US and Canada, it was A24’s highest-grossing film ever.

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