‘Bullet Train’ Holds No. 1 Spot At The Box Office During Summer Slowdown

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Bullet Train held on to the top spot at the domestic box office during its second weekend, pulling in $13.4 million. The film saw a 55% decline from a week ago. Deadline reports that this past weekend was the slowest yet this summer, with the box office seeing just $66.8 million for all movies.

Box Office Numbers from Friday (August 12th) through Sunday (August 14th):

1. Bullet Train, $13.4 million
2. DC League of Super-Pets, $7.17 million
3. Top Gun: Maverick, $7.15 million
4. Thor: Love and Thunder, $5.311 million
5. Nope, $5.3 million
6. Minions: Rise of Gru, $4.9 million
7. Where the Crawdads Sing, $4 million
8. Bodies Bodies Bodies, $3.25 million
9. Elvis, $2.585 million
10. Fall, $2.5 million