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Bullet Train and Top Gun: Maverick Speed to a 1st and 2nd Place Weekend Domestic Box Office Victory

Bullet Train and Top Gun: Maverick led a slow weekend at the domestic box office that saw no new films break right into the very best five.

As reported by Variety, Bullet Train took first place once more after securing victory in its debut last weekend and were able to generate $13.1 million. The Brad Pitt-led film has earned $54.4 million at the domestic box office up to now.

It actually finished up being the only real film this weekend that broke the $10 million milestone, and the final time that happened was the weekend of February 11, 2022, when Death on the Nile was the only real movie to take action with $12.3 million.

Top Gun: Maverick took benefit of the significantly less than stellar competition and were able to accomplish a second-place finish in its 12th week doing his thing. It earned $7.1 million and that helped its domestic total reach $673.8 million. With this particular latest influx of ticket sales, Top Gun: Maverick is about $5 million from passing Avengers: Infinity War because the sixth-highest grossing movie in domestic box office history.

DC League of Super-Pets earned $6.86 million coming to a third-place finish, and Nope and Thor: Love and Thunder rounded out the very best five.

Bodies Bodies Bodies and Fall were both big new films to enter the ring this weekend, plus they only were able to ensure it is to eighth-place with $3.2 million and tenth-place with $2.5 million, respectively.

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Inside our Bodies Bodies Bodies review, we said that it’s “s a comedy-thriller for the web generation with just as much tension as humor.”

Inside our Fall review, we said that it “makes the mistake of introducing way too many cumbersome storytelling elements rather than assuring its core survival situation is fastened securely.”

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Adam Bankhurst is really a news writer for IGN. It is possible to follow him on Twitter @AdamBankhurst and on Twitch.

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