The animated Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse topped the weekend box office with $19.3 million, Pixar’s Elemental with $18.4 million, while The Flash saw a huge drop in third place with $15.2 million US dollars.
Entering its fourth week at home, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse has now earned $317.1 million domestically and $560.3 million worldwide.
Starring Shameik Moore as teen superhero Miles Morales, the film originally debuted the weekend of June 2.
Comscore Senior Media Analyst Paul Dergarabedian told AP that it was “very rare” that “a movie like this jumped up and turned the web back to No. 1.”
“It’s a testament to the quality of the film,” he pointed out. “This is a very competitive and busy summer movie market. And yet, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse has stood out as one of the biggest movies of this summer season.
The latest: The animated Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse took in $19.3 million in weekend domestic work, rebounding from its debut at the top spot earlier this month.
Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse took on the brand new Pixar film Elemental , which took second place for the second week in a row with $18.5 million.
The film’s $29 million debut last week was Pixar’s worst three-day opening ever.
The biggest drop of the week was The Flash, as the DC and Warner Bros. blockbuster starring Ezra Miller dropped 72pc from last week’s $55m opening to this week’s $15.2m take.
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Overall, The Flash has earned $210.9 million worldwide, primarily based on $87 million domestically and $123.3 million internationally.
The industrial viability of the film, which cost $200 million to make, has been in the midst of speculation since Miller. made a headline-grabbing frenzy over law-breaking.
“Sometimes it’s not the opening weekend that tells the whole story, especially with Elemental,” Dergarabedian told the AP. “It’s more about the challenges that a movie like The Flash can sometimes face, which are multi-faceted and very difficult to overcome.”
Coming in fourth was Jennifer Lawrence’s brand new comedy No Hard Feelings , which debuted at Sony with $15.1 million.
Pixar’s new film Elemental took in $18.5 million for the second week in a row
The week’s sharpest drop was The Flash, as the DC and Warner Bros blockbuster with Ezra Miller in the title role saw a 72pc drop.
The industrial viability of the film, which cost $200 million to make, has been in the midst of speculation after Miller made headlines for running afoul of the law.
Coming in fourth was Jennifer Lawrence’s brand new comedy No Hard Feelings , which debuted at Sony with $15.1 million. She is pictured with Andrew Bart Feldman in the film
Dergarabedian noted that the studio had a strong weekend with each of those films and Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse.
Transformers: Rise of the Beasts came in fifth with $11.6 million, while Wes Anderson’s brand new Asteroid City came in sixth with $9 million.
The Little Mermaid came in seventh with $8.6 million, Guardians of the Galaxy, s. 3 took eighth place with $3.5 million, while The Blackening took ninth place with $3 million.
Dergarabedian stated that he predicted huge problems for Indiana Jones Workplace and Dial of Destiny “regardless of the reviews.”
“I know the reviews are mixed,” he said of the Harrison Ford film, which opens June 30. In fact, the audience will be able to make out the last word of this movie.