With an additional $17 million from 61 overseas markets for a total of $60 million in the offshore cume, Sony’s Bullet Train stayed atop the global and international box office for the studios in its sophomore frame. The film’s global box office total rode the rails past $100 million for $114.5 million through Sunday.
On the other hand, Top Gun: Maverick staged a remarkable comeback in its 12th weekend by expanding from 2,760 to 3,181 theaters as part of a special fan appreciation event, which included premium screen venues. The Paramount and Skydance grossed an estimated $7,2 million from 3,182 theaters during the weekend. Domestically, it is now inevitable that the Tom Cruise film will surpass $700 million. (It has grossed over $1.35 billion worldwide, making it one of the most successful films of all time.)
Warner Bros.’s DC League of Super-Pets wrapped up its third Sunday with $109.7 million worldwide and $58.3 million domestically.
Thor: Love and Thunder remained at the top of the list with a new worldwide total of $720 million, the highest-grossing film in the standalone Thor series.
Nope closed the weekend with $113.9 million worldwide and $107.5 million domestically, while Minions: The Rise of Gru has racked up over $800 million worldwide with $790.4 million. Universal is the first Hollywood studio since 2019 to reach $3 billion in worldwide box office ticket sales on Sunday, according to the company.