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Box office: Bullet Train is #1 again for lowest-grossing weekend of the summer

Box office: Bullet Train is again No. 1 for the lowest-grossing weekend of the summer… Brad Pitt thriller made $13.4 million

  • The film claimed the top spot for the second week in a row
  • The Brad Pitt-led film has earned $54.5 million domestically and $114.5 million worldwide in the two weeks since release
  • The DC League of Super-Pets animated film came in second with $7.17 million
  • Top Gun: Maverick was in third place in its 12th week with $7.15 million

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The Brad Pitt-led Bullet Train was the best film at the box office of the weekend with the lowest profit this summer.

The David Leitch-directed film claimed top spot for the second consecutive week with $13.4 million, according to studio estimates.

Bullet Train, featuring Sandra Bullock, Joey King, Brian Tyree Henry, Zazie Beetz and Andrew Koji, had a $30 million opening last week. It has earned $54.5 million domestically and $114.5 million worldwide in the two weeks since its release Box Office Mojo.

The Latest: The Brad Pitt-led Bullet Train was the lowest-grossing top-grossing film at the box office this summer, as it grossed $13.4 million by studio estimates.

The Latest: The Brad Pitt-led Bullet Train was the lowest-grossing top-grossing film at the box office this summer, as it grossed $13.4 million by studio estimates.

The DC League of Super-Pets animated Warner Bros. movie, voiced by Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart, came in second with $7.17 million.

In a weekend that marked the debut of three new films, Top Gun: Maverick hit third place in its 12th week with a weekend of $7.15 million, expanding its theater count from 2,760 to 3,181.

Tom Cruise’s action movie has grossed $673.8 million domestically, marking the seventh all-time between Avengers: Infinity War and Titanic. The film has grossed $1.38 billion worldwide.

Rounding out the top 10 included Thor: Love and Thunder at $5.3 million; No with $5.3 million; Minions: The Rise of Gru at $4.9 million; Where the crayfish sing with $4 million; the A24 horror comedy Bodies Bodies Bodies opened in eighth place with $3.3 million; Elvis, with $2.6 million; and the Lionsgate thriller Fall which took in $2.5 million for 10th place in its opening weekend.

The Sony Pictures movie, starring Bryan Tyree Henry and Pitt, finished in number one in its second week of release

The Sony Pictures movie, starring Bryan Tyree Henry and Pitt, finished in number one in its second week of release

The Sony Pictures movie, starring Bryan Tyree Henry and Pitt, finished in number one in its second week of release

The film starring Pitt and Bad Bunny has earned $54.5 million domestically and $114.5 million worldwide in the two weeks since release

The film starring Pitt and Bad Bunny has earned $54.5 million domestically and $114.5 million worldwide in the two weeks since release

The film starring Pitt and Bad Bunny has earned $54.5 million domestically and $114.5 million worldwide in the two weeks since release

The Diane Keaton comedy Mack & Rita had a $1 million slow weekend opening at the box office.

The weekend marked the first time in six months that just a single film grossed at least $10 million for the period between Friday and Sunday, dating back to the weekend of February 11-13, when Death on the Nile had a $12-opening, 3 million.

David A. Gross of Franchise Entertainment Research said: Variety that ‘the advantage of the thin schedule is that films open and contain more screens than before, and play longer for larger domestic multiples.

‘There is more room in the market and every film benefits from it. But there’s no doubt that the overall box office would be bigger with more studio releases.”

Two films starring Idris Elba will be released in the coming weeks – the thriller Beast, which will premiere on August 19; and the fantasy drama Three Thousand Years of Longing, which begins August 26.

Beyond that, The Woman King, starring Viola Davis, opens September 16, while the mystery thriller Don’t Worry Darling, directed by Olivia Wilde and starring Harry Styles, opens September 23.

Top Gun: Maverick, starring Tom Cruise, hit number three in its 12th week with a $7.15 million showing in a weekend that marked the debut of three new films.

Top Gun: Maverick, starring Tom Cruise, hit number three in its 12th week with a $7.15 million showing in a weekend that marked the debut of three new films.

Top Gun: Maverick, starring Tom Cruise, hit number three in its 12th week with a $7.15 million showing in a weekend that marked the debut of three new films.

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