Denis Villeneuve’s ‘Dune’ has continued its domestic box office domination for a second weekend, amidst new releases such as ‘Last Night in Soho’ and ‘Antlers’.
Stationed at Warner Bros and streaming on HBO Max, ‘Dune’ capped a total of $15.5 million in its second weekend of release spiking its domestic total to $69.4 million. Although at number one on the count, ‘Dune’ recorded a 62% drop in its second weekend sale, tallying its international box office number at $222 million.
Playing across 3,616 theatres worldwide, Universal Pictures’ ‘Halloween Kills’ secured the second spot with $8.5 million in the bag in its third week of theatre showcase, while MGM’s ‘No Time to Die’ wrapped up the top three with $7.5 million. On the international front, ‘No Time to Time’ has grossed a total $472 million in sale and $133 million in North America.
‘My Hero Academia: World Heroes’ Mission’ comes in at number 4 with a generated receipt of $6.4 million followed by Sony’s comic book adventure ‘Venom: Let There Be Carnage’ with $5.7 million from 3,278 theatres.
‘Last Night in Soho’ and ‘Antlers’ have both secured the sixth number with $4.2 million each in account despite a difference of 3,016 and 2,800 theatre venues respectively. One is expected to lead the other with a slight change when final numbers are tabulated by close of business Monday.
‘Dune’, which stars almost everyone in Hollywood has been ticked for a part 2 set to hit theatres in 2023. It follows the story of a brilliant and gifted young man born into a great destiny beyond his understanding. To ensure the future of his family and people, he must travel to the most dangerous planet in the universe to combat malevolent forces. It’s rated 83% on rotten tomatoes and 8.3/10 on IMDb.