‘Bullet Train’ debuts at No. 1 in the US! Box office gross of $30.1 million

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The North American movie market looks to decline again in the first month of August, with the top 10 box office grossing at their lowest level since May. Starring Oscar-winning actor Brad Pitt (“Once Upon a Time in Hollywood”) and directed by David Leitch (“Deadpool 2”), Sony’s “Bullet Train” topped the charts with $30.1 million in box office revenue over three weekends. Based on the novel by Kotaro Isaka, the author of “Golden Slumber,” the film is an action comedy set on a super-high-speed train bound for Kyoto where killers are wielding swords and guns fight. Japanese actors have also appeared, including Hiroyuki Sanada (“MINAMATA”) and Masi Oka (“MEG The Monster”).

Warner Bros.’ superhero anime “DC Go for it! Super Pets” ranked second. It still grossed $11.2 million despite opening more theaters, down 50% from last weekend. In its second week, the Dwayne Johnson-Kevin Hart-voiced movie has only made half of its $90 million production budget. Universal’s suspense thriller “NOPE” finished third at the box office with $8 million.

Universal’s ‘Easter Sunday’ is the only new film to make the Top 10. Jay Chandrasekhar, director of the Damned Cop series, brings in $5.2 million at the box office to portray a stand-up comedian’s holiday family reunion.

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