The North American movie market was sluggish again in the first week of November, and cumulative box office revenue was the lowest since mid-September. Meanwhile, Warner Bros.’s DC movie “Black Adam” topped the charts for three weeks. However, it grossed $18.5 million over the three-day weekend, down 32% from last weekend.
The production cost was about 200 million dollars, but the cumulative box office revenue was 137 million. This movie, the 11th in the DC Universe, is close to Shazam!, which has grossed over $140 million.
In 2nd place,” ONE PIECE FILM RED,” the highest-grossing work released in Japan in 2010 and continues to be a huge hit, made its first appearance and became the only new work to enter the top 10 this week.
This work is a theatrical release movie distributed by Sony’s animation specialty streaming service “Crunchyroll.” The third work follows “Hero. ” Directed by Goro Taniguchi of the “Code Geass” series, the opening weekend grossed $9.4 million.
Searchlight Pictures’ director Martin McDonagh’s “Sprites of Inisherin Island” expanded its theaters on its third weekend and ranked 7th. Colin Farrell (“THE BATMAN ”) and Brendan Gleeson (“Macbeth ”) co-star in 1923 Ireland as civil war erupts on the mainland, and they play pub buddies whose friendships fall apart. Director McDonagh is in charge of production with Graham Broadbent and Peter Chernin, Carter Burwell is in charge of music, and the production team of “Three Billboards” gathered. It grossed $2 million at the box office over three weekends.
Cinedigm Entertainment’s horror “Terrifier 2 (original title) “is still popular even after entering the second month of its release, ranking 10th. It grossed $1.22 million over the three-day weekend. Cumulative box office revenue exceeded $9.8 million, earning nearly 40 times the production cost of $250,000.