The movie, whose box office revenue decreased by almost half in its second weekend, maintains its position at number one.
“The Batman”, which was released last week, did not encounter any other major rivals in the vision and did not leave the leadership of the US box office. “The Batman”, which earned $128.5 million at the end of its first weekend and earned the best opening revenue of the year and the second-best opening movie of the pandemic period, was only able to earn $66 million in its second weekend in the vision.
Thus, “The Batman” totaled $238.5 million in revenue in the US, making it the second highest-grossing movie in the US in the last two years. First up, of course, is Marvel’s blockbuster movie “Spider-Man: No Way Home”. The worldwide revenue of “The Batman” reached $463.3 million.
“Uncharted” is in the second row of the box office, as it was last week. The movie grossed $9.3 million over the weekend. The follow-up to “Uncharted” is not a movie. The live broadcast of K-Pop Group BTS’s concert, “BTS Permission to Dance on Stage – Seoul: Live Viewing,” became the third most-watched production in US cinemas this past weekend.
Channing Tatum’s comedy “Dog” ranks fourth at the US box office with $5.3 million, while box office champion “Spider-Man: No Way Home” stays in the top five in its 13th week at the theaters, at the box office. “Spider-Man: No Way Home” grossed $5.3 million at the box office last weekend.