The studios Warner have offered to Aquaman , the ruler of the city underwater of Atlantis, his first feature-length film in solo after a particular appearance in Justice League (2017). The warrior-king, portrayed by Jason Momoa (the lord dothraki Khal Drogo in Game of Thrones ), who co-starred with Amber Heard and Willem Dafoe, has generated $ 67.4 million between Friday and Sunday in the United States and Canada.
a good distance away, but still in second place: The return of Mary Poppins , with 23.5 million. The famous nanny is interpreted by the british actress Emily Blunt, who plays alongside Lin-Manuel Miranda and Ben Whishaw. This sequel to the film that had won an Oscar for Julie Andrews in 1965 returns to the characters of Michael and Jane Banks. The children who had been cared for by Mary Poppins have become adults.
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The third place goes to Bumblebee . For its first weekend in the room, the film has reported 21.6 million. Spider-Man: New Generation falls from the blow to the fourth place. The new spider man played by Miles Morales has generated 16.6 million over the weekend, and $ 64.7 million in two weeks.
It comes ahead of new The Mule , directed by Clint Eastwood, who is also in front of the camera. This film tells the story of a former soldier transporting drugs for a cartel in mexico. It has accumulated $ 9.5 million in three days and 35.2 million in two weeks.
Here is the rest of the “Top 10”:
6) The Grinch : 8.5 million ($253.5 million in seven weeks).
7) Second chance : 6.5 million. Released Friday, the film by Peter Segal brings together Jennifer Lopez, Leah Remini and Vanessa Hudgens.
8) Ralph 2.0 : 4.7 million (162.2 million in five weeks).
9) Welcome to Marwen : 2.3 million. Yet another release of the week, this film by Robert Zemeckis, with Steve Carell and Leslie Mann, is back on the real history of a man a victim of amnesia who built the replica of a belgian village.
10) Mary Stuart, Queen of Scotland : 2.3 million (3.6 million in three weeks).