With no new wide releases cracking the top 5, Sony/Columbia’s “Bullet Train” will hold on to the No. 1 spot with a second weekend total of just 13.4 million, a 56 drop from its 30 million opening. With a 10-day total of 54.4 million, the action comedy starring Brad Pitt will likely need overseas revenue to post a theatrical profit against its reported 90 million production budget.
Sagging box office numbers also means that Paramount’s “Top Gun: Maverick,” which slid out of the top 5 for the first time last weekend, has risen all the way back to No. 2 with 7.1 million in its 12th weekend. That’s actually a two percent increase from its 7 million