It may have been another quiet weekend at the box office, but that didn’t stop Encanto from continuing his fascinating position at the box office. Disney’s newest animated film took the top spot for the second straight week with a total volume of $ 12.7 million over the weekend, bringing total box office receipts to $ 58 million.
Encanto is a magical realism film that tells the story of an extraordinary family who live in a magical house in the hidden mountains of Colombia and their more ordinary daughter, Mirabel.
Sony’s Ghostbusters: Afterlife took second place with a profit of $ 10.35 million, bringing the domestic box office to $ 102.19, while Ridley Scott’s star-studded House of Gucci for $ 6.77 million took third place. Rounding out the top 5 were Fathom’s Christmas With the Chosen: The Messengers, with a gross weekend gross of $ 4.1 million (and the top-grossing event in Fathom history) and Marvel’s The Eternals, which closed its fifth weekend at 3.9 Million US dollars remained stable and their total grossed domestic box office at 156.5 million US dollars.
Disney Maribel (Stephanie Beatriz) and the rest of the madrigal family in “Encanto”.
After a lackluster debut, lead actor Resident Evil: Welcome to Racoon City by Robbie Amell and Hanna John-Kamen earned $ 2.6 million on his second weekend, finishing in sixth place. Rounding out the top 10 were some steadfast releases from the past: Dune ($ 1.81 million), Clifford the Big Red Dog ($ 1.8 million), and King Richard ($ 1.2 million).
The anti-superhero feature Venom: Let There Be Carnage managed to maintain a top spot at the box office by finishing 10th, earning $ 1.035 million over the weekend, and showing off its clear staying power.
Though Paul Thomas Anderson’s critically acclaimed Licorice Pizza didn’t break into the top 10 – in just four theaters – it still grossed an impressive $ 230,000 and a cumulative grand total of $ 761,000 by Sunday. Starring Sean Penn, Tom Waits and Bradley Cooper, the film tells the story of Alana Kanes and Gary Valentine’s lives in the San Fernando Valley in 1973.