The movie Super Mario Bros. will cross $400 million to stay atop the domestic box office for a third straight weekend. After his first two record-breaking weekends at the office, The movie Super Mario Bros. will earn an estimated $58.2 million in its third weekend, including $14 million on Friday. The film’s box office total will climb to $434.3 million, making it Universal Pictures’ third-highest-grossing film of all time, behind Jurassic World ($653.4 million) and ET: The Extraterrestrial ($437.1 million). The Incredibles 2 is the only animated film to reach $400 million faster than The Super Mario Bros. movie, at 15 days to 18. The movie Super Mario Bros. received mixed critical reactions (“While it’s nowhere near as exciting as the turtle flipping to 128 lives, The movie Super Mario Bros. is a colorful – albeit finely plotted – animated adventure that has about as many Nintendos as Nintendonts,” reads the reviewer consensus. rotten tomatoes). ComicBook.com’s Patrick Cavanaugh gave the film a 2 out of 5 in his review, suggesting that longtime Mario fans will get the most out of it:
“Avid Mario fans will find a lot to love in The movie Super Mario Bros., because almost every scene is full of homages to the beloved brothers and their gaming legacy, to the point that these will distract you from the fact that you came to see a movie. Younger audiences will likely be delighted by the bright and playful sequences, as well as the physical antics of the adventure. For all other viewers, the experience is like watching someone die repeatedly in a Mario game and promising, “Just one more try!” as you hope to move on to something more exciting in your life, harmlessly irritating yourself until you see the sweet relief of a “Game Over”.
Although it has not surpassed the box office phenomenon that is The movie Super Mario Bros., Evil Dead Rise is doing well at the box office, opening to $10.3 million on Friday en route to a respectable opening weekend of $23.5 million. The movie Super Mario Bros. And Evil Dead Rise both are now playing in theaters. The list of top 10 movies at the box office this weekend follows.
1. The Super Mario Bros. Movie
- Third week
- Weekend: $58.2 million
- Total: $434.3 million
With the help of Princess Peach, Mario prepares to face off against the almighty Bowser to stop his plans to take over the world.
Aaron Horvath and Michael Jelenic directed The movie Super Mario Bros. From a screenplay by Matthew Fogel. The film’s voice cast includes Chris Pratt, Anya Taylor-Joy, Charlie Day, Jack Black, Keegan-Michael Key, Seth Rogen, Fred Armisen, Sebastian Maniscalco, Charles Martinet, and Kevin Michael Richardson.
2. Evil Dead Rise
- Opening weekend
- Weekend: $23.5 million
A reunion between two estranged sisters is interrupted by the rise of demons possessing flesh, pushing them into a paramount battle for survival as they face the most nightmarish version of family imaginable.
Lee Cronin wrote and directed Evil Dead Rise, which is the fifth installment in the Evil Dead series, created by Sam Raimi. It stars Lily Sullivan, Alyssa Sutherland, Morgan Davies, Gabrielle Echols and Nell Fisher.
3. Guy Ritchie’s Pact
- Opening weekend
- Total: $6.28 million
During the war in Afghanistan, a local interpreter risks his own life to carry a wounded sergeant through miles of grueling terrain.
Guy Ritchie co-wrote and directed Guy Ritchie’s Pact. It stars Jake Gyllenhaal and Dar Salim
- Third week
- Weekend: $5.5 million
- Total: $41.3 million
Sonny Vaccaro and Nike are suing basketball rookie Michael Jordan, creating a partnership that is revolutionizing the world of sports and contemporary culture.
Ben Affleck directed Air from a screenplay by Alex Convery, based on real events. The film stars Affleck, Matt Damon, Jason Bateman, Marlon Wayans, Chris Messina, Chris Tucker and Viola Davis.
5. Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves
- Week 4
- Weekend: $5.4 million
- Total: $82.1 million
A charming thief and a band of unlikely adventurers embark on an epic quest to recover a long-lost relic, but their charming adventure goes dangerously wrong when they run into the wrong people.
Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley directed Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Thieves from a screenplay they co-wrote with Michael Gilio, based on a story by Gilio and Chris McKay, inspired by the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game on table and located in its Forgotten Realms campaign setting. The film stars Chris Pine, Michelle Rodriguez, Rege-Jean Page, Justice Smith, Sophia Lillis and Hugh Grant.
6. John Wick: Chapter 4
- fifth week
- Weekend: $5.3 million
- Total: $168.4 million
As the price of his head continues to rise, legendary hitman John Wick takes his fight against the High Table globally as he seeks out the most powerful players in the underworld, from New York to Paris, from Japan to Berlin.
Chad Stahelski directed John Wick: Chapter 4 from a screenplay written by Shay Hatten and Michael Finch. The film stars Keanu Reeves, Donnie Yen, Bill Skarsgård, Laurence Fishburne, Hiroyuki Sanada, Shamier Anderson, Lance Reddick, Rina Sawayama, Scott Adkins and Ian McShane.
7. The Pope’s Exorcist
- second week
- Weekend: $3.3 million
- Total: $14.9 million
Father Gabriele Amorth, chief exorcist of the Vatican, fights Satan and demons who possess innocent people. A detailed portrait of a priest who performed over 100,000 exorcisms in his lifetime.
Julius Avery directed The Pope’s Exorcistbased on the memoirs of Father Gabriele Amorth, published as An exorcist tells his story And An Exorcist: More Stories., The film stars Russell Crowe, Daniel Zovatto, Alex Essoe and Franco Nero.
- second week
- Weekend: $3.1 million
- Total: $13.6 million
Renfield, the tortured assistant to his narcissistic boss, Dracula, is forced to procure his master’s prey and do all his bidding. However, after centuries of servitude, he is ready to see if there is life outside the shadow of the Prince of Darkness.
Chris McKay directed Renfield from a screenplay by Ryan Ridley, based on a story by Robert Kirkman, and inspired by characters created by Bram Stoke in his 1897 novel Dracula. It also serves as a sequel to the 1931 Dracula movie. The film stars Nicholas Hoult, Awkwafina, Ben Schwartz, Adrian Martinez, Shohreh Aghdashloo and Nicolas Cage.
9. Beau is scared
- second week
- Weekend: $2.7 million
- Total: $3.2 million
Beau is a neurotic and paranoid man who inherited mental illness from his father. He is in therapy for his issues, but has planned a flight home to visit his mother Mona. On the morning of the day he is due to fly, he wakes up to find that she has been killed in a car accident. Beau then embarks on a journey home to attend Mona’s funeral, but the journey is difficult as he suffers from hallucinations and does not know which of the horrors he is facing is real.
Ari Aster wrote and directed handsome is scared. It stars Joaquin Phoenix, Patti LuPone, Nathan Lane, Amy Ryan, Kylie Rogers, Parker Posey, Stephen McKinley Henderson, Hayley Squires, Michael Gandolfini, Zoe Lister-Jones and Richard Kind.
- second week
- Weekend: $1.62 million
- Total: $8.4 million
A modern action-adventure road story where a 17-year-old girl named Suzume helps a mysterious young man close the doors on the other side that are triggering disasters all over Japan.
Makoto Shinkai Directed susume. The English voice cast includes Nichole Sakura, Josh Keaton, Jennifer Sun Bell, Roger Craig Smith, Amanda C. Miller, Roalie Chiang, Allegra Clark, Cam Clarke, Joe Zieja, Lena Josephine Marano, Mela Lee and Bennet Hetrick.
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