Bad Bunny and Brad Pitt at the top of the box office with “Bullet Train”

Bullet Train, the action movie starring Brad Pitt and starring Puerto Rican singer Bad Bunny, dominated the North American box office this weekend, grossing $30.1 million in its debut. The film added another 32.4 million internationally.

The other big opening of the Easter Sunday weekend, was not very successful. The film, a comedy about an actor attending a family Easter celebration, earned $5.3 million.

Other films that were already in theaters fell short of Bullet Train, such as the animated DC League of Pets, which came out with $11.2 million.

Sci-fi/horror flick Nope grossed $8.5 million in its third weekend. With 98 million in total, it will soon exceed 100 million nationally.

Thor: Love and Thunder came in fourth with $7.6 million in its fifth weekend and a cumulative total of $316.1 million domestically and $699 million globally.

The horror/comedy film Bodies Bodies Bodies opened in just six theaters in New York and Los Angeles and grossed $226,525. The film opens more widely on Friday.

Estimated figures for the highest-grossing movies this weekend in the United States and Canada, according to Comscore. The final figures come out on Tuesday.

1. Bullet Train – $30.1 million.

2. DC League of Super Pets – $11.2 million.

3. Nope – $8.5 million.

4. Thor: Love and Thunder – $7.6 million.

5. Minions: The Rise of Gru – $7.1 million.

6. Top Gun: Maverick – $7 million.

7. Where the Crawdads Sing – $5.7 million.

8. Easter Sunday – $5.3 million.

9. Elvis – $4 million.

10. The Black Phone – $1.5 million.

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