Box office: ‘Bullet Train’ repeats at #1 while ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ enters tight race for 2nd place

Box office: ‘Bullet Train’ repeats at #1 while ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ enters tight race for 2nd place
You just know you’re in for a horrible weekend at the box office when six new movies open in over 250 theaters — two of those into more than 1,500 theaters — along with a major nationwide expansion and a 40th anniversary re-release of a beloved classic, and only two of those eight movies make it into the Top 10.

We’ll get into each of those in a bit, but first, we start with Brad Pitt’s action-comedy “Bullet Train,” which remained in first place for a second weekend with 13.4 million, a pretty substantial 55 drop from its opening last week. It has grossed 54.4 million, so far, with no guarantee it might join this year’s 100 million club.

The animated “DC League of Super-Pets” maintained second place with an estimated 7.2 million, but with one major caveat. According to estimates, the Dwayne Johnson-Kevin Hart animated vehicle only made 20,000 more than Tom Cruise’s “Top Gun: Maverick” in its 12th weekend.
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