Box Office / August 5-7, 2022


Good Morning! Hope everyone had a great weekend. We have a new entry at the top spot of the domestic box office. Bullet Train, starring Brad Pitt is at the top with $30.1M. Here is a video from The Hollywood Reporter that was posted on Friday…

This maybe on my list of interesting films to watch this year. Let’s take a look at the rest of the films that made the top ten, thanks to IMDb and Box Office Mojo.

Credit source: IMDb & Box Office Mojo

Top Box Office (US)

Weekend of August 5 – 7, 2022

Bullet Train$30.1M$30.1M1
DC League of Super-Pets$11.2M$45.1M2
Thor: Love and Thunder$7.6M$316.1M5
Minions: The Rise of Gru$7.1M$334.6M6
Top Gun: Maverick$7.0M$662.5M11
Where the Crawdads Sing$5.6M$64.6M4
Easter Sunday$5.3M$5.3M1
The Black Phone$1.5M$85.9M7

Reported by Box Office Mojo © 2022

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Now let’s see how the global or international box office looks like…

Latest International Weekends

Data as of Aug 7, 9:47 PDT

AreaWeekendReleases#1 ReleaseDistributorWeekend Gross
Weekend Ending August 7, 2022
JapanAug 6-73Jurassic World DominionUniversal Pictures International (UPI)$3,897,000
United KingdomAug 5-76Bullet TrainSony Pictures Entertainment (SPE)$3,500,000
FranceAug 3-75Bullet TrainSony Pictures Entertainment (SPE)$3,100,000
MexicoAug 5-74Bullet TrainSony Pictures Entertainment (SPE)$3,000,000
GermanyAug 4-73Minions: The Rise of GruUniversal Pictures International (UPI)$1,553,000
AustraliaAug 4-73Where the Crawdads SingSony Pictures Entertainment (SPE)$800,000
BrazilAug 4-71The Black PhoneUniversal Pictures$356,000
ChinaAug 5-71Jurassic World DominionUniversal Pictures International (UPI)$308,000

That is all for Monday in the film department, until next week!

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