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Bullet Train Retains Top Spot At The Box Office During The Summer’s Lowest-Grossing Weekend

Bullet Train managed to hold on to its top spot at the box office this week, but the ensemble action comedy is traveling a lot slower than its title would suggest. After getting off to a solid start with opening-weekend ticket sales bringing in just over $30 million, we here at CinemaBlend were interested to see what Week 2 would indicate. However, this turned out to be a dismal week overall in the theaters, with the Brad Pitt-led ensemble action adding just $13.4 million. Theaters overall are estimated to have brought in just $66.8 million domestically from Friday-Sunday, making this the summer’s lowest-grossing weekend yet. 

Let’s check out the Top 10, and then join me below to break down these numbers.

(Image credit: Sony)
TITLE WEEKEND GROSS DOMESTIC GROSS LW THTRS
1. Bullet Train $13,400,000 $54,482,703 1 4,357
2. DC League of Super Pets $7,170,000 $58,346,852 2 3,803
3. Top Gun: Maverick $7,150,455 $673,822,000 6 3,181
4. Thor: Love and Thunder $5,311,000 $325,395,211 4 3,175
5. Nope $5,300,000 $107,515,570 3 2,760
6. Minions: The Rise of Gru $4,900,000 $343,710,295 5 3,068
7. Where the Crawdads Sing $4,000,000 $72,149,439 7 2,916
8. Bodies Bodies Bodies $3,251,067 $3,576,795 1,285
9. Elvis $2,585,000 $141,290,645 9 2,211
10. Fall* $2,505,000 $2,505,000 1,548

Bullet Train Drops 55 Percent In Its Second Weekend


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