The new horror movie “Old” directed by M. Night Shyamalan earned $16.5 million at the box office in its first week in North American cinemas, according to figures from the specialized company Examiner Relations.
The film revolves around a family trapped on the beach whose members suddenly face premature aging, and stars Gael Garcia Bernal and Vicki Krebs.
It was followed by “Snake Eyes”, the latest production by Paramount in the “GI Joe” series, with $13.4 million.
The third place went to Disney’s “Black Widow,” starring Scarlett Johansson, with revenues of nearly $11.6 million.
The action-animated movie “Spice Jam: A New Legacy” slipped to fourth place after topping the ratings last week, with revenues of $9.6 million.
In this movie, which is a sequel to “Spice Jam” released about a quarter of a century ago starring basketball legend Michael Jordan, NBA star LeBron James fights in one team with the famous rabbit “Bugs Bunny” and other characters from the world Looney Tunes, a high-profile basketball match against an AI-powered being who threatens his son.
Universal’s “F9: The Fast Saga” came in fifth with $4.6 million, surpassing the total revenue of the thriller starring Vin Diesel and John Cena of $ 160 million in five weeks.
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