#BOXOFFICE: “MORBIUS” TAKES TOP SPOT IN DEBUT
Marvel‘s MORBIUS has a solid debut taking the spot at the Box Office with $40.8 million for Sony Pictures from 4,268 theatres. Despite only 17% on the Rotten Tomatoes Tomatometer, this did not deter moviegoers from going out to see Jared Leto in his MCU introduction. It was made for $75 million.
In second is THE LOST CITY which reigned last week in its opening. It earns $14.6 million in its sophomore weekend, from 4,253 theatres for Paramount Pictures, a tally of $55.9 million.
Getting third is THE BATMAN with $11.2 million for Warner Bros. Its domestic run has brought it to $349.2 million.
Fourth is UNCHARTED with $3.7 million for Sony Pictures, a total $138.7 million. This has just been announced for an April 26th Digital release and May 10th DVD/Blu-ray release.
RRR – RISE ROAR REVOLT rounds things out with $1.5 million, a two week total of $12.4 million for Sarigama Cinemas.
#BOXOFFICE: “THE LOST CITY” FINDS MOVIEGOERS
Nobody brings them to the Movies like Sandra Bullock! THE LOST CITY debuts atop the Box Office with a strong $31 million for Paramount Pictures from 4,253 theatres. The Film has the distinction of the biggest opening for a female-driven Film since the Pandemic started. The Comedy also starring Channing Tatum and Daniel Radcliffe, gets 76% on the Tomatometer.
THE BATMAN is in second this weekend with $20.5 million from 3,967 theatres for Warner Bros. This brings its domestic run to $332 million.
Third spot goes to Bollywood Action/Drama RRR – RISE ROAR REVOLT with $9.5 million from 1,200 theatres for Sarigama Cinemas.
UNCHARTED pulls-in $5 million for Sony Pictures, bringing its total to $133.5 million.
JUJUTSU KAISEN 0: THE MOVIE is fifth with $4.5 million for Funimation, a two week total of $27 million. Very impressive for a niche genre release.
#BOXOFFICE: “THE BATMAN” RISES ABOVE THE REST ONCE AGAIN
THE BATMAN takes the #1 spot again at the Box Office for Warner Bros. with $36.8 million from 4,302 theatres. This takes its three week tally to $300 million.
In second is Animate Feature JUJUTSU KAISEN 0: THE MOVIE with $19 million from 2,297 theatres for Funimation. The Film is playing at theatres in Canada and received 100% on the Tomatometer.
Third goes to UNCHARTED with $8;3 million from 3,700 theatres for Sony Pictures. To date it has grossed $126.2 million domestically.
DOG is in fourth with $4.3 million from 3,307 theatres for United Artists Releasing/Elevation Pictures. It has made $54.4 million in total.
X debuts in fifth with $4.1 million from 2,865 theatres for VVS Films/A24, the SXSW selection getting a stellar 96% on the Tomatometer.
#BOXOFFICE: “THE BATMAN” DOMINATES A SECOND WEEK
For a second straight week, THE BATMAN dominates the Box Office with no new challengers. Disney and Pixar‘s TURNING RED which was to go to theatres, wound-up taking a direct-to-Disney+ route of release. This latest from the DC universe takes $66 million from 4,417 theatres across North America for Warner Bros. Over two weeks, it has grossed an impressive $238.5 million.
In second is UNCHARTED with $9 million from 3,725 theatres for Sony Pictures, a total $113.1 million over two weeks.
Third goes to DOG with $5.1 million from 3,407 theatres for United Artists Releasing/Elevation Pictures, bringing its run to $47.6 million.
SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME is in fourth $4 million, bringing it closer to the $800 million mark in its domestic run for Sony Pictures.
Bollywood flick RADHE SHYAM caps things off with $3.2 million in fifth, playing at 800 theatres across North America.
#BOXOFFICE: “THE BATMAN” HEROIC IN DEBUT
It’s all THE BATMAN and the rest of them this weekend as this latest DC Comics adaptation pulls moviegoers back out in droves. This latest Film starring Robert Pattison, makes $120 million in its opening, from 4,417 theatres for Warner Bros. This makes it the biggest opening for a movie thus far in 2022. Critical reactions have been strong, with an 85% score on the Rotten Tomatoes Tomatometer. Biggest opening for the Batman franchise still goes to 2016’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice which debuted with $166 million.
UNCHARTED falls to second spot after a strong run its first two weeks out, with $12,4 million from 3,875 theatres for Sony Pictures, a tally of $101.6 million in its third weekend.
Third goes to DOG with $6.5 million, a total $40.4 million from 3,507 theatres in this third weekend for United Artists Releasing/Elevation Pictures.
SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME is in fourth with $4.7 million from 2,709 theatres for Sony Pictures, making its way to $786 million domestically.
Fifth belongs to DEATH ON THE NILE, with $2.9 million for 20th Century Studios, a total $37 million to date.
#BOXOFFICE: “UNCHARTED” TOPS THE CHART AGAIN A SECOND WEEK
UNCHARTED takes the top spot once again at the Box Office with $23 million from 4,275 theatres in its second week out for Sony Pictures. This accounts for a total $83 million grossed domestically.
In second again this weekend is Channing Tatum’s directorial debut DOG, with $8.5 million from 3,677 theatres for United Artists Releasing/Elevation Pictures. This makes for a total $29.3 million over two weeks.
SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME hangs onto third spot with $6.1 million from 2,900 theatres for Sony Pictures, a total $780 million to date.
DEATH ON THE NILE is in fourth with $4.2 million from 3,100 theatres, a total $32.5 million for 20th Century Studios.
JACKASS FOREVER rounds things out with $3.2 million from 3,000 theatres for Paramount Pictures, a tally of $52.2 million thus far.
#BOXOFFICE: “UNCHARTED” DISCOVERS TOP SPOT IN OPENING
UNCHARTED continues Spider-Man star Tom Holland‘s Box Office reign, debuting atop the Box Office with $40 million from 4,275 theatres across North America for Sony Pictures. The Action-Adventure, also starring Mark Wahlberg, garners 39% on Rotten Tomatoes.
In second is Channing Tatum‘s directorial debut DOG, with $12.3 million from 3,677 theatres for Elevation Pictures/United Artists Releasing. The Human-Dog Buddy Dramedy gets 76% on the Tomatometer.
Third goes to SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME with $7.6 million from 2,956 theatres for Sony Pictures, a total $772 million made domestically to date.
DEATH ON THE NILE lands in fourth with $6.5 million from 3,280 theatres for 20th Century Studios, a total $26.3 million over two weeks in theatres.
Rounding-out the Top Five is JACKASS FOREVER with $5.2 million for Paramount Pictures, a total $47 million over three weeks.