He’s back…and it didn’t take very long for his return either. A week after getting bumped from the top spot at the domestic box office by the latest Scream
’s Spider-Man: No Way Home
retook first place in its sixth weekend in theaters, racking up $14.1 million in receipts. Not bad for a movie that’s already been around for a month and a half. Meanwhile, there were two new wide releases over the weekend…not that anyone would notice. Universal
’s faith-based romance, Redeeming Love
, snuck into fourth place with a $3.7 million debut while the mothball-scented historical fantasy, The King’s Daughter
, was finally unspooled after sitting on the shelf for seven years and proceeded to belly-flop into eighth place.
After letting another movie see what a first-place opening feels like, Spider-Man: No Way Home
resumed its reign as the number one film in North America