The Spanish box office continues to remain above 7 million euros thanks to the constant trickle of blockbusters. According to Comscore data, attendance this past weekend has surpassed 1 million viewers again. Thanks, in large part, to three movies.
The winner has been ‘Spider-Man: Crossing the Multiverse’, which has managed to snatch the number 1 from ‘The Little Mermaid’. It has collected 2.18 million euros in its first weekend, with an average of 5,868 euros per cinema and 2,662 euros per screen. It is an impressive improvement on ‘Spider-Man: A New Universe’, which debuted in fourth position with less than a million euros. At the end of its journey, it accumulated 4.9 million euros, so its sequel will not cost anything to overcome it.
Although it has lost the throne, ‘The Little Mermaid’ has been a tough opponent on billboards. The film starring Halle Bailey falls 38% in its second week, better maintenance than in the United States, and is not far from first place with 1.97 million euros. The average per cinema is 5,888 euros and 2,040 euros per screen. Its total (6.34 million euros) already exceeds ‘Mummies’, becoming the fourth highest-grossing film of the year, without counting ‘Avatar: The Sense of Water’. As far as Disney’s live action remakes are concerned, it is close to the total of ‘Cinderella’ (7.93 million euros). It is also on the verge of surpassing one million viewers.
‘Fast X’ ahead of ‘Guardians Vol. 3’
‘Fast & Furious X’ falls a marked 50% in its third week, but still collects over one million euros, with an average per cinema of 3,153 euros and 1,418 euros per screen. Its total is 10.67 million euros, advancing by very little the accumulated of ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3’. It is already the third highest-grossing film in the saga, and its next goal would be the almost 13 million of ‘Fast & Furious 8’. It exceeds a million and a half viewers.
‘Como Dios manda’ debuts in fourth position. Leo Harlem’s comedy starts with 545,133 euros, an average of 1,725 euros per cinema and 1,709 euros per screen. It is a figure similar to the premiere of ‘El hotel de los lios’.
‘The Boogeyman: The Bogeyman’ is the third best premiere of the week, but he has to settle for fifth place, 346,921 euros in collection and 1,299 on average. Discreet data, along the lines of the premiere of ‘The Whale’, which did not have the power of a distributor like Disney behind it (although it did from the awards season).
The main one affected by the premiere of Spidey has been ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3’, which says goodbye to the top 5 in its fifth week, although it does so exceeding 10.5 million euros in total, the third highest-grossing film in the world. anus. But the queen continues to be, by far, ‘Super Mario Bros.: The Movie’, which approaches the border of the top 10 with a ninth position, but with a spectacular total of 26.5 million euros and more than 4.2 million viewers.
The most outstanding premiere of the week is ‘Transformers: The awakening of the beasts’, who will try to make a gap between the triumph of Miles Morales and the arrival of ‘Flash’ the following week. There are plenty more planned for Friday, such as ‘The Stranger’, ‘All About My Father’, ‘The Master Gardener’, ‘My Little Brother’, ‘Stand By Me’ and a few more.