Of principle Opening weekend numbers would be quite infallible for one Nolan Film under normal circumstances. But this $ 20.2 million The domestic debut should be considered a worthy triumph — and the first real hint that is to take its six-month nap at the end of the film. Those numbers could have been even higher, but Warner Bros. refused to allow Nolan’s film (which has received 74% positive reviews from critics on Rotten Tomatoes) into drive-ins in those cities Where indoor theaters were still closed, including Los Angeles and New York City.
For historical comparison, Nolan’s Crouch with theory The themed-themed 2010 Breintesser Inception ($ 62.79 million domestic) was close to the same as in 2006 Prestige ($ 14.8 million domestic). However, the visionary director’s latest should see his box-office fortunes continue to rise in the coming weeks as more cities open again – not to mention that it won’t face any major competition at the box office Until Wonder Woman 1984 arrives October 2.
Finishing in the runner-up slot was Fox’s The New Mutants. After removing a deficiency $ 7 million Last weekend, the PG-13-rated X-Men spin-off was poorly reviewed which brought in extras $ 3.6 Million (for an average of $ 1,307) in its second weekend in 2,754 theaters. Its total domestic gross now stands $ 12.35 million With an extra $ 8.5 million Coming from abroad for a cumulative $ 20.85. The film expanded this weekend to international markets such as the UK and Australia.
In third place was Solstice Studios’ Unhinged with $ 2.2 million. In its fourth week of release, the R-rated road-res thriller starring Russell Crowe Played in 2,402 theaters. The film grossed $ 11.83 million Domestically and $ 12 million Overseas, to bring its global cumulative box office $ 23.83 million.
The fourth was the third installment starring United Artists Bill and Ted Face the Music, a time-travel dude comedy Keanu Reeves And Alex winter. In its second weekend, PG-13 pulled into film $ 809,794 In 953 theaters, its total domestic earnings $ 2.3 million. A negligible addition to it $ 61,214 foreigner.
Crossing the top five was Paramount’s The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run, which grossed $ 470,000 In 304 theaters. The domestic cumulative PG-rated animated film now stands on $ 3.44 million. It is still open overseas.
Bubbling had two Indies in the second week of its release under the top five. In sixth place was Fox Searchlight’s PG-rated The Personal History of David Copperfield $ 430,000 (its $ 1.09 million Is a drop compared to a drastic drop in the domestic total $ 9.94 million International take). And the seventh had attractive words on the side of the road on the bathroom walls. $ 350,135, Bringing its domestic cumulative $ 1.6 million. The PG-13 film is yet to open overseas.