The new episode in the famous “Mission Impossible”series, with the eternal Tom Cruise in the role of secret agent Ethan Hunt, retains the first place in the North American box office for the second week since the release of the film, according to preliminary figures from Exhibitor Relations.
“Mission Impossible: Fallout” by director Christopher McQuarrie and produced by Paramount, brought in this weekend, some 35 million dollars, for a total of 124.5 million dollars since its release.
In this sixth part to Ethan Hunt and his team at the IMF (Impossible Mission Force) is on the hunt for the plutonium that was stolen by an international terrorist organization.
In the rankings, he goes for on Disneys “Janneman Robinson & Pooh”, where Jean-Christophe, now an adult, Winnie the Pooh and his friends met. With Ewan McGregor as the main character took the film $ 25 million in its first week. He is on “The Spy Who Dumped Me”, a comedy with Mila Kunis, and his 12.3 million dollars in the first weekend.
On the fourth place we find the musical tribute to the Swedish group Abba, “Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again”, a film that is 9 million dollars generated (91.3 million in three weeks time). “Equalizer 2”, with Denzel Washington, holds the fifth place (8.8 million dollars; 79,9 in three weeks time).
The rest of the Top 10:
6 – “Hotel Transylvania 3”: 8.2 million (136,5 million in four weeks time)
7 – “Ant-Man and the Wasp”: 6.2 million (195,5 million in five weeks time)
8 – “The Darkest Minds”: 5.8 million (first week)
9 – “Incredibles 2”: 5 million (583,1 million in eight weeks time)
10 – “Teen Titans Go! At the Movies”: 4.9 million (20.8 million in two weeks)