Los Angeles – AFP
“No Time to Die”, the latest James Bond movie, topped the box office in North American theaters, with revenues of $ 55.3 million in its first week, according to figures from the specialized company Examiner Relations.
In this film, the last work in the series, starring British actor Daniel Craig, the secret agent who created his character, writer Ian Fleming, is forced to cut short his vacation to confront his fiercest enemies, Bluefield and the “Spectre” organization, especially Savin played by Rami Malek.
Sony’s film “Venom…Let There Be Caring” came in second place, earning $31.8 million in the second week of its release, bringing its total revenue to $141 million in two weeks.
The film stars British actor Tom Hardy as investigative journalist Eddie Brock, whose relationship with a strange being called “Venom” gives him supernatural powers.
It was followed in third place by the animated film “The Adams Family 2,” which grossed 10.1 million dollars, and this tape produced by “United Artists” shows the mysterious adventures of the family while its members go on vacation.
Fourth place went to “Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings”, the first Disney-affiliated Marvel Studios movie to be directed by an Asian director (Destin Daniel Creighton) and Asian stars dominate its cast, and the film’s weekly earnings reached 4 3 million dollars.
As for the movie “The Money Sights of Newark”, which finished fifth, in its second week, it made only $ 1.4 million, and the film dates back to the youth of the famous mafia man Tony Soprano, from the famous TV series “The Sopranos.”
The science fiction comedy “Free Guy”, starring Ryan Reynolds, retained sixth place in the ninth week of its release, earning 1.2 million dollars, while its total income reached 120 million since its launch on cinema screens.
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