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Maverick’ Stays Strong With $50 Million -Breaking


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By Rebecca Rubin

LOS ANGELES ( – “Jurassic World Dominion,” which earned a huge $143M in domestic box-office debut, soared to the top of the box office charts.

Although it received rave reviews, Universal’s sixth movie in the dinosaur saga continues to be a big hit at the box office. According to Comscore, this is only the third occasion that total ticket sales have exceeded $200 million in the pandemic period. This is also due to “Top Gun Maverick”‘s enduring popularity, which still ranks second.

Tom Cruise’s beloved blockbuster “Top Gun: Maverick,” despite the deafening sounds of “Jurassic World”, held strong and earned $50 million at 4,262 North American theatres. This was its third weekend. This is a remarkable turnout, especially considering that “Dominion,” which has been generating a lot of buzz at the box-office, also had a big theatrical debut.

Comparatively, “Spider-Man: No Way Home”, “Doctor Strange: Multiverse of Madness”, and “Spider-Man: No Way Home”, all made $56 million, while “Doctor Strange: No Way Home,” earned $32 million, while “Doctor Strange: Multiverse of Madness” brought in $36 million. “The Batman” starring Robert Pattinson earned $36 million. Between Friday and Sunday, “Top Gun: Maverick,” which generated an astounding $393.3 million so far, earned $50 millions (a 44% decrease from last weekend).

Initial box-office returns for “Dominion” show a decline in popularity. However, the large-budget tentpole continues to make huge profits. The latest installment of the prehistoric series is expected to make a big impression at the box-office. “Jurassic World”, which was the reboot of “Jurassic Park,” opened in North America to an incredible $208 million. The film ended its theatrical run with $1.6 billion worldwide and $653 million in North America. Its sequel, 2018’s “Fallen Kingdom,” debuted to a softer-but-still-spectacular $150 million and tapped out with $417 million domestically and $1.3 billion worldwide.

David A. says, “This opening is excellent.” Gross runs Franchise Entertainment Research’s movie consulting company. These beasts have never been stopped by weak reviews.