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Dr. Strange’s failed success continues to dominate


This weekend’s Australian rental fee was $ 13.29 million, down 33%. last weekthat’s a whopping $ 19.91 million.

The driving force behind these figures Dr. Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Last week after his debut, he earned $ 14.53 million, more than $ 13 million more than his closest competitor. Starring Benedict Cumberbatchthe film is a sequel Dr. Strange (2016) and the 28th film in Marvel movie world.

This week debuted in the top five Operation Stuffing. This week he dropped out of the top five Fantastic Monsters: Dumbledore’s Mysteries.

№ 1, Dr. Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, $ 7.34 million

Continued to Dr. Strange This weekend averaged $ 9,478 on 774 screens, and now totaled $ 27.59 million. Director Sam Raimi, movie stars Elizabeth Olsen, Chivetel Egiofor, and Benedict Wong next door Benedict Cumberbatch as Dr. Strange.

№ 2, Downton Abbey: New Era, $ 909,417

This week there is a significant difference in salaries between first and second place. In the third week, Downton Abbey: New Era averaged $ 2,824 on 322 screens, or $ 5.65 million.

№ 3, Operation Stuffing, $ 597,321

Operation Stuffing was a successful British fraud operation during World War II to disguise the Allied invasion of Sicily in 1943. The film is about the invasion, and on average it cost $ 2,438 on 245 screens.

№ 4, Lost City, $ 595,150

The Lost City dropped one place to fourth. This weekend, the film grossed $ 14.40 million, averaging $ 2,280 on 261 screens.

№ 5, Sonic the Hedgehog 2, $ 559,077

In the seven weeks since its release, Sonic the Hedgehog The sequel earned $ 21.26 million. This weekend he played on 256 screens, averaging $ 2,184.