“Wonka” remains the highest-grossing film in the United States

“Wonka” remained at the top of the US box office in its fourth weekend, By raising $14.4 millionBringing its domestic total to $164.7 million.

But the first week of 2024 will be slower than the previous year, with a 16% lessAnd horror movie “Night swimming” This is the only important premiere.

Night Swim, produced by Universal/Blumhouse, stars Wyatt Russell and Kerry Condon. It grossed about $12 million in its first weekend., when it was shown in 3,250 theaters in North America, when its production budget was $15 million. If you include theaters in 36 foreign markets, “Night Swim” is on track to be a hit The worldwide debut gross is $17.7 million.

Warner Bros. And Universal also steps three and four. “Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom”from Warner Bros., uploaded $10.6 million in its third weekend, bringing its domestic total to just over $100 million. Animation movie “Immigration” (Universal) added $10.3 million, bringing its domestic total to $77.8 million.

“Anyone but you”Sony's romantic comedy, starring Glen Powell and Sidney Sweeney, came in fifth with $9.5 million, up 9% from the previous weekend. To date, the film has grossed $43.7 million.

Highest-grossing movies this week

The 10 highest-grossing movies this weekend, Friday through Sunday, in theaters in the U.S. and Canada, according to Comscore. The final numbers will be released on Monday.

1. “Wonka – $14.4 million

2. “Night swimming – 12 million dollars

3. “Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom” $10.6 million

4. “Immigration – $10.3 million

5. “Anyone but you – $9.5 million

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6. “The boys in the boat – 6 million dollars

7. “Purple – $4.8 million

8. “Iron Claw – $4.5 million

9. “Ferrari – $2.5 million

10. “Bad things – 2 million dollars

Terry Alexander

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