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“Super Mario Bros: The Movie” It grossed $58.2 million in North American theatrical ticket sales this weekend, easily continuing to lead the region’s box office against new rivals, according to estimates released Sunday by the exhibitor relations website.

Released by Universal Studios, Japan’s Nintendo and Illumination, the feature film adds its third consecutive week ranked as the year’s most-watched film so far, bringing in $434.3 million domestically and $437 million internationally.

Voice actors in the animation based on the game include Chris Pratt, Anya Taylor-Joy, Jack Black, and Keegan Michael Key.

As for the second place in the Friday-Sunday period, it was the bloody horror movie from Warner Bros. “Evil Dead Rise”, which grossed 23.5 million dollars.. Says expert analyst David A.

Another new version was not. MGM’s action movie “Guy Ritchie’s Testament,” in which Jake Gyllenhaal plays a US Army sergeant who returns to Afghanistan to rescue a friend from the Taliban, grossed an estimated $6.3 million and was in third place. Gross noted that the “weak start” in theaters was well below the usual average for the genre.

In fourth place, still going strong in its fifth week, was Lionsgate’s new thriller “John Wick: Chapter 4,” in which Keanu Reeves plays a hit man, with $5.8 million.

Number Five “Air” from Amazon Studios, a sports drama about the commercial agreement surrounding sports giant Nike and the historic basketball star Michael Jordan that gave his name to the title, for $5.5 million.

Rounding out the top ten:

6- “Dungeons & Dragons: Thieves’ Honor” ($5.4 million).

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7.- “The Pope’s Exorcist” ($3.3 million USD)

8.- “Renfield” ($3.1 million)

9.- “The Lover Is Afraid” (2.7 million USD).

10.- “Suzumi” ($1.6 million)

With information from Agence France-Presse

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