Movie premieres: The most watched movies this weekend

Spider-Man: No Way Home“(“No Way Home”), the latest installment of the Spider-Man adventures, remains the highest grossing in North America after taking in another $11 million over the weekend, according to provisional figures released Sunday by The Watcher. Industry Exhibitor Relations.

The film, the first of the COVID era to have grossed more than a billion dollars in North America and internationally after its release, also retains the first place over the horror film “Scream“which had briefly dethroned her two weeks ago.

Seven weeks after its debut, the Sony-produced film continues to breathe life into an industry brought to its knees by the pandemic, with worldwide revenues of $1.69 billion.

“Scream”, the new version of the horror saga, reaches the second position. The Paramount studios film collected 7.4 million dollars in theaters in the United States and Canada from Friday to Sunday, during a weekend without full theaters.

The third place remains unchanged with the Universal animated film “Sing 2: Come and sing again!“, which reached 4.8 million this weekend.

Another Universal production, the Christian romantic drama “Redeeming Love” returns to occupy the fourth position in its second week of exhibition with a collection of 1.9 million dollars.

This parable of sin and redemption set in California during the gold rush was more successful with audiences, especially in the conservative American South, than with critics.

The King’s Man: El Origen“, a prequel to the espionage films “Kingsman”, with actors Ralph Fiennes, Gemma Arterton and Rhys Ifans, retains its fifth position with 1.8 million dollars.

Completing the top 10 places:

6 – “Agent 355” ($1.4 million)

7 – “American Underdog” (1.2 millones)

8 – “Ghostbusters: Legacy” (0.8 million)

9 – “Licorice Pizza” (0.7 million)

10 – “Love Without Barriers” (0.6 million)



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