Over the weekend, the two new models fought their teeth and nails to the finish line, with Mortal Kombat narrowly cutting edge Demon Slayer: Mugen Train. But now, just a week later, both movies have changed their place at the box office for another. And this time it’s an anime adventure of FUNimation Entertainment. Demon hunter That comes out on top with the narrowest margin
It’s already an overseas bonafide blockbuster movie, which is rated R. Demon hunter Pulled $ 6.4 million in its second weekend in North America. And even with a snorkel -69.7% from the previous frame. But the film was able to average $ 3,359 per screen in 1,905 theaters.What’s even more impressive is the way the film’s acting overseas, worth $ 394.3 million, drew the current dwarf $ 34.1 in total domestic revenues. It is $ 428.4 million worldwide to date, making it the highest grossing anime film of all time. It is also the highest grossing film in Japan with $ 368 million in that country. In today’s country, the film is the third highest grossing anime film of all time, behind Pokemon: The First Movie and Pokemon: The Movie 2000 only.
Part that just fell Mortal KombatThe second-place finisher was up $ 6.2 million in the second weekend, down a dramatic -73.4% from the previous weekend. This adaptation of the popular R-rated video game franchise grossed $ 1,991 per screen on average in 3,114 theaters (although it was also free to HBO Max subscribers), making it a two-week domestic total. At $ 34.1 million so far, it has raised $ 32.8 million from overseas territory, bringing the global box office total to $ 66.9 million.
Third place again is Warner Bros. ‘kaiju kings, Godzilla vs. Kong, which garnered $ 2.7 million in the fifth frame. Titanic rated PG-13 tent poles lost more steam, a -36.1% drop from last weekend. The film grossed $ 1,064 per screen in 2,573 theaters over the weekend, although it was available on HBO Max. Godzilla vs. KongThe domestic total is now $ 90.3 million.If it continues to roar for a few weeks, it should become the first film since the outbreak has surpassed $ 100 million domestically. Meanwhile, after adding $ 325.1 million to overseas revenues, the global box office gross was $ 415.4 million.
In fourth place was the top newcomer of the weekend’s open road horror film Separation, which made $ 1.8 million in grossing grossing sales despite horrific reviews. But the R-rated cooler about a young girl and her widowed father haunted elsewhere has earned an average of $ 1,045 per screen in 1,751 theaters, yet it is not yet available internationally.
The Top Five is Disney’s Raya and the Last Dragon. In its ninth week, PG-rated computer animation adventure won $ 1.3 million locally, -23.3% down from last weekend. Despite premium VOD rentals on the Disney + streaming platform for a $ 30 fee, the movie averaged $ 737 per screen in 1,810 theaters, bringing the total domestic box office to $ 41.6 million. country Raya To date, it has revenues of $ 59.3 million, pushing its current global total to about $ 100.9 million.
Another note release over the weekend was the 2010 release of Universal’s romantic action video game Fantasy Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, which took eighth place with 720,000. Dollars in 152 theaters, which translates to an average of $ 4,736 per screen (PG-13 rated films grossing $ 32.2 million domestically on first screening) and Vertical Entertainment’s. Glenn Close–Mila Kunis R-rated Consciousness drama Four Good Days, which opened in the eleventh place with $ 303,000 in 298 theaters, good enough for an average of $ 1,016 per screen, both films have not yet opened. Abroad
On a final note, the traditional Oscar-winning film was found to be more likely to receive on the weekend after most of the awards show was a questionable issue this year due to a number of films. Award-winning launches on streaming services and across theaters all together, such as Nomadland, who won the biggest prize of 2020, the fact that broadcast ratings are the lowest in recent memory. Help send people to the multiplex to see what they have missed too.