New York (AFP)
"Glass," the last part of the superhero trilogy "Night Hero," remains largely at the top of the North American cashier for its second week of work, according to the final data released on Monday by the specialist company. Exhibitor relations.
The film unites the three cross-heroes in Unbreakable (2000) and "Split" (2016) for a final confrontation that plays with the perception of a good and bad, repetitive theme in recent years, also seen in Marvel and DC.
Glass received $ 18.9 million in the weekend, reaching a total of 73.4 million since its release eleven days ago.
At a good distance, but firmly second, "The Upside", an adaptation of the French film phenomenon "Intouchables," continues its unexpected beautiful course with $ 11.9 million in revenue from Friday to Sunday and 62.8 million in three weeks.
Like last week, Aquamaran ended the podium with $ 7.3 million of tickets sold in the US and Canada and 316.5 million in six weeks.
Immediately behind the fiches, "Alex the Destiny of the King," a film inspired by the legend of King Arthur, in which a young British college discovers the famous Excalibur sword and tries to save mankind.
Well received by critics, this feature film won a $ 7.2 million North American box office this weekend for his release in cinemas.
Called the Oscars, the animated film "Spider-Man: New Generation" remains fifth with revenues of $ 6.1 million and 169 since it was released.
Here are the other 10 best ones:
6 – "Green Paper": $ 5.5 million ($ 49 million in 11 weeks)
7 – "The incredible adventure of Bela": $ 5.1 million (30.7 in 3 weeks)
8 – Serenity, a critically killed thriller, made a modest start with $ 4.4 million over the weekend
9 – "Escape game": $ 4.1 million (47.8 in 4 weeks)
10 – "Mary Poppin's Return": $ 3.3 million (165.2 for 6 weeks)
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