Wizards continue to dominate the madness complex of North America. “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” easily outperforms domestic box office revenue on the second weekend.

Marvel’s superhero stand-alone sequel earned $ 16.7 million from 4,534 locations on Friday, down 81% from the $ 90 million large first day tally a week ago. Like most Marvel Cinematic Universe entries, Strange 2 has been shown to be a front-road box office revenue, but in the May release slate, Focus Features’ Downtown Abbey: New Next week will be “Era” and weekends will be Paramount’s “Top Gun: Maverick”.

After the plunge expected from the enthusiastic first day tally, the “Multiverse of Madness” should be balanced with a decline of about 67% over the weekend. This is a steep side of the Marvel Studios entry sophomore weekend drop, but starting with the 11th largest domestic debut in history, there’s nowhere to go down.

On Friday, Disney announced that Strange 2 has surpassed $ 550 million worldwide in just nine days. The movie should have total domestic revenues of over $ 300 million by the end of next week.

“Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” directed by Sam Raimi will feature Benedict Cumberbatch with Elizabeth Olsen, Benedict Wong, Rachel McAdams, Chiwetel Ejiofor and Xochitl Gomez. Starring as a prestigious superhero. varietyIn his review, he called the sequel “interesting and tiring,” and Owen Gleiberman saw it as “a hingeless ride, a CGI horror jam, Marvel’s brain teaser, and, in a moment, a bit of a test.”

On the other hand, Universal’s “Firestarter” wasn’t. Stephen King’s adaptation is the only new wide release this weekend, but the movie isn’t sparking with box office revenue. “Firestarter” is ranked 4th on the domestic chart and is expected to have a bow of $ 3.57 million from 3412 locations.

The film doesn’t have many positive impressions on its side, with an overall rating of 15% approval from Rotten Tomatoes critics and a fairly negative “C” from CinemaScore’s general movie fans. -“Grade has been obtained. varietyGleiberman writes, “Everything plays like a’logan’done in the general style for rhythmless streaming of the worst ham drums.” And with Universal’s choice to debut “Firestarter” daily on the streaming service Peacock, the audience has even less reason to go to the theater for horror movies.

Directed by Keith Thomas, “Firestarter” starring Zac Efron as the father of a girl (Ryan Kiera Armstrong) who has the power to create flames in her heart. It also starred Sydney Lemmon, Kurtwood Smith, John Beasley, Michael Greyeyes and Gloria Reuben.

On the fourth weekend of Universal’s “Bad Guys”, you need to take the runner-up slot on the domestic charts. DreamWorks Animation robbery movies appear to record a fairly charitable 30% drop over the weekend. This may have benefited from the current shortage of family movies in theaters. Paramount’s Sonic the Hedgehog 2 also faces a 30% slim dip over the weekend of the sixth week, still attracting young people and parents.

Closing the top five is A24’s “Everything Everywhere All at Once,” which appears to be just 11% down from the last outing. The film has accumulated more than $ 45 million in North America since today. Michelle Yeoh’s action players need to maintain their impressive stance as before. Why shouldn’t we do that? — Then, “Everything Everywhere” should be the highest-selling domestic release of A24, with a total of over $ 50 million for “Uncut Gems”.

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