Idris Elba Fighting A Lion In Beast Is No Match For Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero At The Weekend Box Office

It has been often repeated in the last few months how amazing summer 2022 has been for the box office. The theatrical industry was rocked in many ways during the pandemic, but we’ve seen hit after hit come out since early May, with big winners including Joseph Kosinski’s Top Gun: MaverickColin Trevorrow’s Jurassic World: DominionSam Raimi’s Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madnessand Kyle Balda’s Minions: The Rise Of Gru. Unfortunately, things have been slowing down a bit since August started – and that’s opened the door for a mid-month surprise and an unconventional top film at the box office.

While one may have thought that a thriller featuring Idris Elba going toe-to-toe with a ferocious lion would be exactly the kind of movie that would succeed in late summer, Baltasar Kormakur‘s Beast failed its bid to become the new #1 Movie In America, as that title now belongs to Tetsuro Kodama’s Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero. Check out the full Top 10 below, and join me after for analysis!

Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero Weekend Box Office

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1.Dragon Ball Super:Super Hero* $20,107,010 $20,107,010 3,018
2.Beast* $11,570,000 $11,570,000 3,743
3.Bullet Train $8,000,000 $68,984,786 1 3,781
4. Top Gun: Maverick $5,850,000 $683,374,834 two 2,969
5.DC League Of Super Pets $5,775,000 $67,484,872 3 3,537
6. Thor: Love And Thunder $4,031,000 $332,112,624 4 2,755
7. nope $3,550,000 $113,761,220 5 2,381
8. Minions: The Rise Of Gru $3,520,000 $350,036,990 6 2,654
9. Where The Crawdads Sing $3,150,000 $77,725,308 7 2,608
10. Bodysuits Bodysuits $2,412,208 $7,439,343 8 2,541

Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero Sits At The Top Of The Domestic Box Office Chart As Anime Fans Show Up In Big Numbers

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