The number one movie in America is the new Brad Pitt feature Bullet Train. Directed by David Leitch, the action comedy film stars Pitt as an assassin faced with various threats while traveling on a Japanese bullet train. With an ensemble cast that also includes Joey King, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Hiroyuki Sanada, and Sandra Bullock, the movie has opened to $30.1 million in the United States and Canada. It has garnered more than $32 million from overseas ticket sales, putting the film with a haul of more than $62 million total.
That will put the animated movie DC League of Super-Pets down into the No. 2 spot. The film premiered with $23 million, falling by about 51% in its second weekend. It is performing With about $45.1 million earned stateside and andother $38.4 million pulled in from overseas territories, DC League of Super-Pets had crossed the $83.4 million mark in total. Telling the story of the pets of famous DC crimefighters banding together to rescue captured superheroes, the animated film features an A-list ensemble voice cast including Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart, Kate McKinnon, Natasha Lyonne, and Keanu Reeves.
Jordan Peele’s latest feature Nope lands in the No. 3 spot upon its third weekend in theaters. With $8.5 million pulled in at theaters, that film has climbed to $97.9 million earned in the United States and Canada. The movie tells the story of a small California town getting targeted by what appears to be an extra-terrestrial UFO. It follows his previous horror features Get Out and Us.
Thor: Love and Thunder Is Still Riding the Wave
The Marvel movie Thor: Love and Thunder will wind up at No. 4, now in its fifth weekend in theaters. It has garnered another $7.6 million in ticket sales, putting its impressive domestic haul up to $334.4 million. Like most Marvel films, the movie has also pulled in a staggering amount of money when factoring in its worldwide box office haul with more than $698.8 million pulled in so far. With the film still sticking around in the top five at the box office, those numbers should continue to climb for a bit longer.
Rounding out the top five for the weekend will be the animated sequel Minions: The Rise of Gru. It has made $7.1 million domestically, and that’s more to throw on the pile with a domestic haul of $334.5 million and a worldwide total of more than $757.8 million. The film just barely edged Top Gun: Maverick out of the top five, as that film earned $7 million, though the Tom Cruise sequel has still notably passed Titanic to become the seventh-highest grossing movie of all time.
- Bullet Train – $30.1 million
- DC League of Super-Pets – $11.2 million
- Nope – $8.5 million
- Thor: Love and Thunder – $7.6 million
- Minions: The Rise of Gru – $7.1 million
- Top Gun: Maverick – $7 million
- Where the Crawdads Sing – $5.6 million
- Easter Sunday – $5.2 million
- Elvis – $4 million
- The Black Phone – $1.14 million