Warner Bros.’ DC League of Super-Pets topped the domestic box office with a $23 million opening weekend from 4,314 locations. A total of 64 overseas markets contributed $18.4 million to the film’s $41.4 million global debut. Top overseas openers include the United Kingdom ($3.1M), Mexico ($2.1M), France ($1.6M), and Brazil ($1.1.M).
The first place domestic finish came in behind projections for the title, which counted on major stars like Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Kevin Hart among its voice cast. Super-Pets opened below the $23.9 million debut from Universal’s The Bad Guys, a film that has grossed a total of $97 million since opening in April.
Super-Pets will have to resort to its strong word-of-mouth to hit the $100 million in its domestic run. An A- CinemaScore should help those efforts, especially among female audiences and moviegoers under the age of 35, demographics that gave the film an A CinemaScore. The General Audience PostTrak score was a more measured 3.5/5 stars, with a 4-star rating from parents and 4.5 stars from kids. Premium Large Format showtimes contributed 14% of the film’s domestic opening weekend box office. Geographically, Super-Pets over-indexed in the South and the Midwestern United States.
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- Los Angeles
- New York
- San Francisco
- Washington D.C.
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- Harkins Estrella Falls Phoenix
- AMC Burbank
- Santikos Casa Blanca San Antonio
- Wellfleet Drive-In (Cape Cod)
- AMC Century City Los Angeles
- AMC Disney Springs Orlando
- Cinemark Tinseltown El Paso
- AMC Porter Ranch Los Angelees
- AMC Thoroughbred Nashville
- Cinemark Houston
Nope dropped -58% in its sophomore frame to finish in second place with $18.5 million from 3,807 theaters. It’s a steeper decline than Jordan Peele’s prior title, Us (2019), which experienced a -53% slide over its second weekend. Nope has now grossed $80.5 million in its domestic release.
Nope is one of five Universal titles to rank in the domestic top ten this week. Minions: The Rise of Gru finished fourth in its fifth weekend with $10.8 million from 3,579 theaters. The Minions sequel has now grossed $320.4 million domestically and $389.9 million overseas for a $710.3 million global haul. Overseas markets are led by the United Kingdom ($39.9M), Mexico ($35.1M), Australia ($27.5M), and Germany ($23.3M). Universal’s The Black Phone finished in 8th place with $2.5 million from 1,638 theaters over its sixth weekend. The horror title is now up to $83.1 million domestically and $58 million overseas for a $141.1 million global haul. Top overseas performers include Mexico ($15.2M), the UK ($5M), and France ($2.9M).
The last two spots on this week’s chart are split by Universal’s Jurassic World: Dominion, with a $2 million ninth-place finish in its eighth frame, and Focus Features’ (Universal’s specialty arm) Vengeance, which enjoyed a $1.75 million bow from 998 theaters. Dominion has grossed a total of $369.4 million in North America, out of reach to match Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’s $417.7 million domestic run. The film has grossed $573 million overseas to hit a $942.5 million global cume. China leads all overseas markets for Dominion with $156.6 million.
Thor: Love and Thunder finished in third place over its fourth weekend in North America, crossing the $300 million benchmark with a $13 million take from 3,650 locations. The film’s performance looks to be stabilizing with a -42% drop this weekend, an improvement over the fourth-weekend drops of Black Widow (-44%) and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (-50%). The fourth installment of the Thor franchise has already passed the first two films in the series—Thor ($181M) and Thor: The Dark World ($206M)—and is on its way to overtaking Thor: Ragnarok ($315M) at the domestic box office. At this point in release, Ragnarok had grossed $277 million in North America, around 8% behind where Love and Thunder is at the moment.
Overseas, Thor: Love and Thunder currently stands as the sixth-highest-grossing Hollywood export of the year with $361 million. Globally, the film has grossed $662.4 million without a release in either China or Russia. Top international markets include the United Kingdom ($37.3M), Australia ($27.3M), Mexico ($26M), South Korea ($22.6M), Brazil ($20M), France ($17.7M), India ($16M), Germany ($15.1M), Indonesia ($12.4M), Argentina ($10.1M), Spain ($10M), and Italy ($9.7M).
Where the Crawdads Sing dropped a modest -27% over its third domestic weekend with $7.5 million from 3,526 screens. The title has now grossed $53.5 million domestically and $8.7 million from 4 overseas markets. The UK leads the international release with a $4.1 million cume.
Top Gun: Maverick hit the $650 million mark at the domestic box office, falling 20 percent in its 10th frame with an $8.2 million haul from 3,008 locations. The film’s $671 million global haul adds up to an impressive $1.32 billion global total.
|DC League of Super Pets||$23,000,000||4314||5,331||$23,000,000||1||Warner Bros.|
|Thor: Love And Thunder||$13,075,000||3650||3,582||$301,522,269||4||Disney|
|Minions: The Rise Of Gru||$10,880,000||3579||3,040||$320,410,625||5||Universal|
|Top Gun Maverick||$8,200,000||3008||2,726||$650,103,700||10||Paramount|
|Where The Crawdads Sing||$7,525,000||3526||2,134||$53,526,201||3||Sony|
|The Black Phone||$2,500,000||1638||1,526||$83,119,245||6||Universal|
|Jurassic World Dominion||$2,080,000||1747||1,191||$369,492,845||8||Universal|
|Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris||$930,000||871||1,068||$6,754,690||3||Focus Features|
|Paws of Fury: The Legend of Hank||$750,000||2167||346||$16,831,831||3||Paramount|
|Everything Everywhere All at Once||$650,000||1490||436||$68,848,470||19||A24|
|Marcel the Shell with Shoes On||$602,300||821||734||$4,101,245||6||A24|
|Chhalla Mud Ke Nahi Aaya||$490,000||70||7,000||$490,000||1||Rhythm Boyz Entertainment|
|Ek Villain Returns||$287,000||210||1,367||$287,000||1||Independent|
|Fire of Love||$151,262||191||792||$525,590||4||Neon Rated|
|VR / Vikrant Rona||$114,000||150||760||$114,000||1||Sarigama Cinemas|
|Detective vs. Sleuths||$113,000||60||1,883||$113,000||1||Independent|
|Hallelujah||$53,947||63||856||$333,607||5||Sony Pictures Classics|
|The Bad Guys||$28,000||173||162||$96,699,280||15||Universal|
|A Love Song||$18,702||4||4,676||$18,702||1||Bleecker Street|
|Sharp Stick||$18,317||2||9,158||$18,317||1||Utopia Media|
|Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness||$13,000||50||260||$411,303,883||13||Disney|
|Medusa||$2,181||3||727||$2,181||1||Music Box Films|
|The Bob’s Burgers Movie||$1,000||15||67||$31,931,857||10||20th Century Studios|
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