Channing Tatum ‘Dog’ pushes ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ to top five box office
“Batman” is the No. 1 film in the home box office for the third weekend in a row, according to Reuter.
The news agency reported that actor Robert Pattinson’s film grossed $ 36.8 million at 4,302 theaters. Between Friday and Sunday, a 45% drop from last weekend.
That ticket sales pressured “The Batman” to exceed $ 300 million in North America. Making the comic book familiar with the second epidemic film to cross that bench.
Two new movies have been released across the country, but the familiarity of the Funimation manga “Jujutsu Kaisen 0. The Movie” and A24’s slasher thriller “X” has not been a threat to “The Batman.”
Tom Holland’s video game “Uncharted,” now in its fifth weekend. Has advanced to the “X” on the box office charts to secure third place.
Channing Tatum’s canine adventure “Dog” took 5th place, pushing “Spider-Man: No Way Home” to the top five for the first time in 14 weeks.
And “Spider-Man: No Way Home” – even after three and a half months on the big screen. Was no slouch, drawing $ 3.2 million on 2,585 screens.
Dog is a 2022 American comedy street film directed by Channing Tatum and Reid Carolin. Both making their own direct quotes feature. The film portrays Tatum as a Military Guard who must accompany the dog of his fallen commander at a funeral. Jane Adams, Kevin Nash, Ethan Suplee, Emmy Raver-Lampman, and Nicole LaLiberte also played roles.
It received positive reviews from critics and made more than $ 62 million compared to the $ 15 million budget.
The film was scheduled to be released in the United States on February 12, 2021, by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, but was postponed to July, due to the COVID-19 epidemic.
According to iSpot, United Artists Releasing has spent $ 16.3 million on television productions producing 1.17 billion impressions. According to telecommunications company RelishMix, digital communication awareness reached 81.9 million on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Instagram before opening.
As of March 20, 2022, Dog has made $ 54.2 million in the United States and Canada, as well as $ 7.9 million elsewhere, with a global total of $ 62.1 million.
The film grossed $ 5 million on its first day, including $ 1.26 million from Valentine’s Day (February 14) and pre-screening Thursday night. Its opening exceeds estimates, making $ 14.9 million in three days and $ 17.4 million over a four-day weekend. In total the audience at the opening was 54 women, 73% over the age of 25, 53% over 35, and 37% over 45. The film grossed $ 10.2 million over its second weekend, $ 6.1 million in the third, and $ 5.2 million in the fourth.