‘Fast X”s domestic box office debut knocks ‘GOTG 3’ off the top spot

has a mixed weekend at the box office for fast xThe 10th installment in the long running action franchise. While the film has made a decent amount globally, the latest figures indicate that the downward spiral of the franchise in the domestic market is showing no signs of slowing down. after $28 million Friday (including $7.5 million from Thursday previews), fast x Heading to $67.5 million opening weekend – the lowest opening for a main franchise entry since 2006 The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Driftand a little further from the spinoff title Fast and Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw$60 million opening hall.

$67.5 million debut put fast x just behind $70 million F9: The Fast Saga Brought up a few years back, though that film opened during the height of the pandemic. It’s safe to say that the franchise peaked with 2015. furious 7which made a series-top $147 million in its opening weekend. furious 7 Tapped out with $1.5 billion globally and produced on a reported budget of $190 million, which rose to that level after Star Paul Walker Tragically it passed away mid-production. fast x Had its share of behind-the-scenes drama – original director justin lynn That left one week for filming—which boosted the budget to a reported franchise-high $340 million.

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director louis leterrier was brought on board as Lin’s replacement, and he seems to have delivered a film that, for better or worse, is about as good as one would expect. The series is infamous for its increasingly bizarre plot twists and action set-pieces. fast x Currently sitting at a “Rotten” 54% score on review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, it earned a meh B+ CinemaScore from opening day audiences. of the collider Ross Bonaime praised and highlighted the overall stupidity of the film jason momoaperformance as the villain Dante in his review.

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Slipping to second place after two weekends at the top of the chart, Disney’s Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 $32 million is eyeing a third weekend, down just 47% from its second weekend. Guardians of the Galaxy 3 State had a underwhelming opening, but it also delivered one of the strongest second weekend performances in Marvel Cinematic Universe history. The film’s total domestic earnings currently stand at $266 million. Globally, the superhero threequel has earned $660 million, placing it nearly $100 million behind the first one. Guardians of the Galaxylast global race, and nearly $200 million behind Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2Lifetime Worldwide Tally of.

The biggest hit of the year has crossed a major milestone

Coming in at number three is Universal’s The Super Mario Bros. Movie Just under $10 million was added, bringing its domestic haul to around $550 million. Globally, the mega-hit has grossed $1.248 billion, surpassing incredible 2 to become the third biggest animated film of all time. It remains the biggest hit of the year both domestically and internationally. fourth place Book Club: The Next Chapter, which made $3 million this weekend after debuting last weekend with $6.7 million. The vintage slant comedy-drama has earned $13 million worldwide so far, a far cry from its $100 million-plus global run. book Club Awarded in 2018. Rounding out the top five are horror hits this weekend evil dead riseto which $2.4 million was added, bringing its running domestic total to just under $65 million.

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