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Los Angeles (AFP)
“Shang-Chi,” the first Asian superhero in the Marvel series, remained at the top of the North American box office for the third week in a row, according to final numbers released Monday by specialist Exhibitor Relations.
Disney’s “Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Episodes” grossed $21.7 million Friday through Sunday and $176.9 million since its release in the United States and Canada.
Action comedy Free Guy remained at number two for its sixth week on screens, grossing $5.1 million ($108.5 million since its release).
“Cry Macho,” the latest act directed by Clint Eastwood, climbed straight to number three in its first weekend in theaters, bringing in $4.4 million.
The 91-year-old American actor returns to the West that made him famous and plays former rodeo champ, Mike Milo, in charge of one last assignment.
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“But with its lukewarm reviews, even in normal times, the film had started well below average for Clint Eastwood Western,” he adds.
Horror movie “Candyman” held steady at number four for its fourth week in theaters. The 1992 remake of Universal’s popular author has raised $3.5 million ($53.2 million since its release).
Another horror movie, “Malignant,” slipped from third to fifth, making $2.7 million for its second week on screens ($9.8 million since its release).
Here are the rest of the top ten:
6. “Cupshop” ($2.3 million).
7- “Jungle Cruise” Disney adventure movie (2.1 million)
8 – “Paw Patrol: The Movie” ($1.7 million)
9 – “Don’t Breathe 2” ($671,000)
10 – “In Tami Fay’s Eyes” ($652,000)
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