‘Godzilla vs. Kong’ Tops Box Office Again, Crosses $80 Million in the U.S.

Sony’s “The Unholy” secured the No. 3 spot with $2 million from 2,057 locations in its third weekend in theaters. The thriller has generated $9.5 million to date.
The family-friendly movie, which has been offered on Disney Plus for a premium $30 charge, has amassed $37 million in North America since it first hit theaters. Disney’s action adventure “Raya and the Last Dragon” came in fourth with $1.9 million from 1,945 cinemas over the weekend.
and $34 million globally in four weeks. The film has made $19 million in the U.S. Universal’s “Nobody,” an action thriller starring Bob Odenkirk, landed in second place with $2.5 million from 2,405 venues. Due to an agreement between Universal and several theater chains, including AMC and Cinemark, audiences can already rent "Nobody" on demand.
Rounding out the top five is Warner Bros.' “Tom and Jerry,” an animated/live-action hybrid about the infamous cat and mouse duo. Globally "Tom and Jerry" hit a notable box office milestone, surpassing $100 million in ticket sales.” /> Kong," the film is also available on HBO Max for 31 days. Like "Godzilla vs. It pulled in $1.1 million from 2,028 locations, bringing its North American tally to $42 million.
"Godzilla vs. Warner Bros.' entire 2021 slate will follow a similar release pattern. Kong" has been available on HBO Max to subscribers, meaning people who pay for the streaming service can watch it at home for no extra charge. Its ticket sales are especially notable, and not just because movie theaters across the country have been operating at reduced capacity. The film looks to be the first to cross $100 million in the U.S and Canada since the pandemic began.
marketplace, new releases have been few and far between. Kong” and other holdover titles free rein over domestic box office charts. That has given “Godzilla vs. Given the impaired U.S. The next major film to release will be on April 23, when Warner Bros.' video game adaptation "Mortal Kombat" hits theaters.
Kong" and is distributing the film in China, where it has racked up a mighty $177 million. At the international box office, the CGI spectacle of "Godzilla vs. Kong" has surpassed $300 million in ticket sales, bringing its global haul to a mighty $390 million. The tentpole film cost roughly $165 million to produce and is primed to turn a profit. Legendary Pictures co-financed "Godzilla vs.
Kong” remained atop the domestic box office in its third weekend of release. movie added another $7.7 million from 3,001 theaters, boosting its North American tally to $80.5 million. The Legendary and Warner Bros. “Godzilla vs.

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