'Spider-Man' stays strong, again topping N.America box office

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    “Spider-Man: No Way Home” again crushed the competition at the North American box office<br> <br>”Spider-Man: No Way Home” again dominated in North American theaters with an estimated $52.7 million weekend take, while topping the $600 million mark domestically in its third week out, industry watcher Exhibitor Relations said Sunday.<br> <br>The strong results for Sony’s superhero sequel — last weekend it surpassed the $1 billion mark globally — have breathed welcome life into the movie industry as it battles to recover from the Covid-19 pandemic.

    British actor Tom Holland stars as the Marvel webslinger.<br> <br>With families starting to return to theaters, “Sing 2,” Universal’s animated musical sequel, http://zfilm.hd-lostfilm-putin.site took in a respectable $19.6 million, again placing second for the Friday-through-Sunday period.<br> <br>Its huge voice cast includes Matthew McConaughey, Reese Witherspoon, Scarlett Johansson and U2 frontman Bono.<br> <br>But there was a considerable drop-off after that, with the third top-earning film, 20th Century’s “The King’s Man,” taking in just $4.5 million.<br> <br>A prequel to the “Kingsman” spy films, it stars Ralph Fiennes, Gemma Arterton, Rhys Ifans and Matthew Goode.<br> <br>In fourth spot, “American Underdog” grossed $4.1 million. The Lionsgate film stars Zachary Levi in the true story of Kurt Warner, who went from stocking grocery store shelves to being a National Football League MVP.<br> <br>And in fifth was sci-fi prequel “The Matrix: Resurrections,” from Warner Bros., at $3.8 million. Variety called its performance “disastrous,” given the film’s $190 million production budget.<br> <br>Rounding out the top 10 were:<br> <br>”West Side Story” ($2.1 million)<br> <br>”Ghostbusters: Afterlife” ($1.4 million)<br> <br>”Licorice Pizza” ($1.25 million)<br> <br>”A Journal for Jordan” ($1.2 million)<br> <br>”Encanto” ($1.1 million)<br>

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