May 18, 2022

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‘Dumbledore Secrets’ topped the North American box office

'Dumbledore Secrets' topped the North American box office

Statistics show that the latest installment in the Fantastic Beasts & Where to Find Them series, ‘Dumbledore’s Secrets’, has done wonders at the North American box office as it topped the North American box office this weekend. Provisional reports from the specialized company Exhibitor Relations were published on Sunday.

The new episode, which emerges from the world of Harry Potter, focuses on the Albus Dumbledore (Jude Law) fight with the evil Gellert Grindelwald, and is estimated to have grossed $ 43 million, with Madd Mickelsen playing Johnny Depp. During its first three days of operation in the United States and Canada.

Variety site claims that “Dumbledore Secrets”, however, signed the worst recipe for one of the eleven films in the universe that JK Rowling discovered in its first weekend.

“Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” is unlikely to equate to a Harry Potter success, says David Gross of franchise Entertainment Research.

“Sonic 2” dropped to second place with 30 million, which fell well short of its second week of operation.

In the sequel to Adventures of the Blue Hedgehog, Jim Carrey returns to his role as the evil, mustachioed Dr. Robotnik who wants to destroy humanity if Sonic doesn’t stop him – quite simply …

The action comedy “The Secret of the Lost City”, a romantic comedy starring Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum, completed the podium with 6.5 million.

“Everything Everywhere All At Once” peaked at number four, with 6 million, after the biopic “Father Stu”, Mark Wahlberg was transformed into a priest in the role of a boxer, which was obscure with just 5.7 in the first weekend in theaters. Million.

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Here are the rest of the top 10:

6. “Morbius” (4.7 million)

7. “Ambulance” (4 million)

8. “The Batman” (3.8 million)

9. “KGF 2 Hindi” (2.8 million)

10. “Uncharted” (1.2 million)