(Washington) The latest installment in the Spider-Man saga, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse, once again soared to the top of the North American box office, marked this week by a low number of entries, according to estimates on Sunday by the specialist firm Exhibitor Relations.
The hero, propelled into a world made of parallel dimensions (multiverse) which Hollywood now loves, has collected $19.3 million in box office receipts in Canada and the United States, totaling more than $317 million since its release on the US market and 560 million including international.
The Sony-produced film had already topped the North American box office when it was released four weeks ago.
In second place is, with 18.4 million dollars, the animated film Elemental, a fantastic tale from the Pixar studio (Disney) where immigration is found in the background.
Warner Bros.’ latest superhero film, The Flash, on the other hand, fell from first to third place from last weekend, grossing $15.2 million.
In The Flash, Ezra Miller takes on his Barry Allen persona and uses his superpowers to time travel in hopes of saving his family, but inevitably alters the future and has to call on different fellow superheroes than he imagined. .
Fourth, Sony’s No Hard Feelings with actress Jennifer Lawrence, the only newcomer of the week, earns 15.1 million.
Finally, Paramount’s Transformers: Rise of the Beasts racks up 11.6 million.
6– Asteroid City (9 millions)
7– The Little Mermaid (8,6 millions)
8– Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 (3,5 millions)
9– The Blackening (3 millions)
10– The Boogeyman (2,5 millions)