This weekend tallied $116.6M helping the quarterly box office total to $1.5B.
Top Gun: Maverick soars once again with only a -32.1% altitude drop from its opening weekend, bringing in $85.9M. It is the lowest second-weekend percentage drop of any movie to debut over $100M. Its total gross in just two weeks in theaters comes to$291.6M, which makes Top Gun Tom Cruise’s biggest domestic grossing film of all time, knocking off War of the Worlds (2005). Its Rotten Tomatoes score slightly ticked upward now at 97% fresh and a 99% audience score and on IMDB, it is the highest rated film of the 2020s thus far.
After five weeks in theaters, Doctor Strange adds another $9.2M to its total tally. The multiverse has now grossed $388.7M.
The animated TV adaptation The Bob’s Burgers Movie brought in $4.5M in its second weekend in theaters, which is a -63.8% drop from opening weekend. Its total gross is now $22.2M.
The animated comedy The Bad Guys remains in the top five grossing film for the seventh consecutive week. The PG film brought in $3.3M bringing its gross total to $87.2M.
Another TV adaption closes out the top five films of the weekend with Downton Abbey: A New Era. The film added $2.9M, making its gross total $35.7M.
Next weekend brings moviegoers back to the Jurassic universe with Jurassic World: Dominion hitting theaters. It is estimated to open at a huge $175M. The saga stars the newer members of the franchise including Chris Pratt and Bruce Dallas Howard, but will welcome returners Laura Dern, Sam Neill and Jeff Goldblum to help save mankind from the dinosaurs, who now live alongside humans.
Comedy Block Party also opens in theaters this week starring Antoinette Robertson and Margaret Avery. When a Harvard grad (Robertson) returns home for a block party before moving to Atlanta for her new job, she realizes her family needs her after her grandmother is diagnosed with dementia.