Adapted from a successful Japanese novel, the feature film portrays seven assassins chased by bad luck who try to kill themselves on a high-speed train between Tokyo and Kyoto.
Starring Brad Pitt, Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Sandra Bullock, Bullet train it grossed $30.1 million in its opening weekend in theaters. “It was a solid start,” said David Gross of Franchise Entertainment Research.
the animated movie DC Super Pet League (“Krypto and the Super-Beasts”), which follows the adventures of Superman’s dog, was in second place, with $11.2 million in revenue for its second week in theaters.
the unclassifiable nopefrom director Jordan Peele, which oscillates between horror and science fiction, ranked thirdwith 8.5 million dollars in its third week of exploitation.
Oscar-winning actor Daniel Kaluuya plays a horse trainer frightened by mysterious phenomena appearing in the sky above his ranch.
the animated movie Minions 2: Once Upon a Time Gru dropped to fifth place with $7.1 million in its sixth week in theaters, for a total of 335 million since its premiere.
The remaining top 10 grossers were:
4. Thor: Love and Thunder ($7.6 million)
5. Minions 2: Once Upon a Gru ($7.1 million)
6. Top Gun: Maverick ($7 million)
7. Wild Girl” (5.7 million)
8. Easter Sunday ($5.3 million)
9. Elvis (4 million)
10. Black Phone (1.5 million)