1. UNCHARTED sailed away with the top spot for the second weekend in a row, bringing in another $23.2M (Million) for an impressive decline of just -47%. The domestic total now stands at $83.3M, and global has already brought in $226.3M with several big markets, including China, still on deck. Produced for $120M plus marketing costs, this is well on track for profitability for Sony, and likely the launch of a new franchise.
2. DOG barked at second place again with a decline of only -32%, to earn another $10M and a total now of $30.8M. Produced for $15M plus marketing, this will be profitable for United Artists Releasing within the next couple of weeks, in a solid, needed victory for smaller to mid-range films at the box office.
3. SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME kept spinning its web over audiences in third place, bringing in another $5.7M. The domestic total is now a stunning $779M and global stands at $1.863 Billion for this Sony and Marvel Studios mega-blockbuster.
4. DEATH ON THE NILE floated in fourth with $4.5M, a domestic total of $32.7M, and $101M worldwide. Produced for $90M plus marketing, this will be a sharp financial loss for 20th Century Studios and Disney.
5. JACKASS FOREVER was still laughing it up at fifth place with $3.1M, a domestic total of $52M, and $68M worldwide. Produced for only $10M plus marketing, this has been a nicely profitable hit for Paramount.
6. SING 2 hummed yet again in sixth place with $2.1M, a domestic total of $151M, and an impressive $351M worldwide. Produced for $75M plus marketing, this has become the biggest animated hit since the beginning of the pandemic, and another win for Universal.
7. MARRY ME held on in seventh with $1.8M, a domestic total of $20.2M, and $43.8M worldwide. Produced for $23M plus marketing, this has already reached break-even range for Universal, but will assuredly become profitable once all revenue sources are factored in.
8. STUDIO 666 flopped in its debut, opening in eight place with only $1.5M. While low-budget and minimally marketed, this will still be a small financial loss for Open Road Films.
9. CYRANO didn't have it any better, opening in ninth place with $1.4M for United Artists Releasing. This is despite the studio protecting the theatrical release with several delays, but ultimately not being able to bring in any sort of audience.
10. SCREAM is tenth place with $1.3M, a domestic total of $79.2M, and $137.6M worldwide. Produced for $24M plus marketing, this has been a solidly profitable hit for Paramount, with another sequel set for production this summer.
Next weekend will be dominated by WB's THE BATMAN with fan events starting on Tuesday, early-access screenings on Wednesday, and full-day showings getting a start beginning Thursday afternoon. All eyes will be on how high this new take on the Caped Crusader can soar.