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Box office update: Mario still number 1

The movie Super Mario Bros. will remain the champ for a fourth straight week as new releases struggle to hit double digits.

In the final week before the official launch of the summer movie season, we’ve got an assortment of films that appeal to moviegoers from all walks of life. Coming in first place for the fourth week is Super Mario Bros movie, which is currently watching around $30 million, of course anyone who has followed this juggernaut of a movie knows that estimates arriving early Saturday are usually blown away by the end of the day as families head to theaters in droves on weekend. At the moment, the film is at just over $450 million domestic, which puts it in fourth place on the all-time domestic animation charts, but by the end of the weekend end, it is very possible that the film will rise to second place, surpassing $486.2 million. supported by 2016s Find Doris. It still has a ways to go before it can defeat the all-time animated leader at the domestic box office with The Incredibles 2 take 608.5 million dollars, but anything is possible.

Among the novelties, Are you there God? It’s me, Margaret seems to be having the best weekend with what should, for now, be a $7-9 million opening. Definitely not the $15 million I expected based on last year’s comparable opening Where the Crawdads sing which was also based on a beloved novel. This film had excellent word of mouth and remained in the top ten for seven weeks. With week after week of great movies to come, I’m not sure Daisy will have the same longevity, even with solid reviews, including an 8/10 from our own JimmyO and an impressive 99% on Rotten Tomatoes.

We’ve got a potential surprise brewing as Finland’s ultra-violent World War II tale Sisu took in $585,000 in Thursday previews, just $15,000 less than Are you there God? It’s me, Margaret. Right away, Sisu it’s still only expected to make around $5 million for the weekend, but that’s only because it has a limited 900-screen release, but with great reviews, including a rare 10 /10 from our very own Alex Maidy, combined with a 93% critical score and a 90% audience score, it’s possible this R-rated tale of a lean hour and thirty-one minutes has box legs. -office.

It looks like there is a fight between two heavyweights this weekend as the two Sisu And Big George Foreman Or Big George Foreman: The miraculous story of the former and future world heavyweight champion, as seems to be his official title, are at a stalemate, with the two set to earn around $5 million this weekend. It seems audiences were more taken with the story of a fictional boxer than a real story as a boxing movie. Creed III saw a $58.3 million opening just a few months ago. Movies that have a faith-based angle but try to reach a wider audience, like this and those in 2021 American Underdog tend to underperform compared to films such as jesus revolution this market directly to this base. But I believe the story of George Foreman should be seen because he is a truly inspirational and legendary figure in American sports. Unfortunately, critics don’t seem to like this film as they call it a conventional, stereotypical sports biopic, but paying audiences gave the film a strong 96% viewership score.

The rest of the graphics seem to be your remnants such as Evil Dead Rise which seeks to knock the horror movie standard down by 60% with an estimated $10 million second weekend, while John Wick: Chapter 4 officially becomes the highest-grossing John Wick film in the United States with 171.5 million dollars collected since its release while Air And Guy Ritchie’s Pact look for small drops.

Have you ever been to the theater this week or is it still on your to-do list? Let us know in the comments and don’t forget to check back with us tomorrow as we have a full rundown of this Weeknd’s box office numbers.

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