The film topped the US box office despite its low grossing.
Screen Gems horror movie “The Invitation” was the leader of the box office last weekend, with the lowest revenues of the summer and the second lowest weekend of the year in America. The gothic horror movie, starring Nathalie Emmanuel, whom we know from productions such as “Game Of Thrones” and “Fast and Furious 9”, managed to settle on the top with its opening revenue of $ 7 million.
The revenue of “The Invitation” is low in terms of movies that we are used to seeing at the top of the US box office; however, as a movie with a production budget of 10 million dollars, receiving average reviews from the audience and generally negative reviews from the critics, it can be said that “The Invitation” had a very successful opening revenue from its own perspective.
“Assassination Train” with Brad Pitt is in the second place with $ 5.6 million in the US box office, and “The Beast” with Idris Elba is in the third place with $ 4.9 million. In the fourth place, which left behind its 14th week in the vision with the weekend revenue of 4.8 million dollars, “Top Gun: Maverick” there is.
6th highest-grossing film of all time in America.Top Gun: Maverick’s total gross of $691 million. The blockbuster movie, led by Tom Cruise, has grossed $1.422 million worldwide.
The movie that closed the top five of the US box office this weekend was the box office leader anime “Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero” last week. The film, which performed above expectations last week and opened $20.1 million, earned $4.6 million in its second weekend.
George Miller’s “Three Thousand Years Wait”, one of the most anticipated films of the year but received mixed reviews at its premiere, failed to break into the top five with an opening gross of $2.9 million. Starring Tilda Swinton and Idris ElbaThe production budget of the film was 60 million dollars.