“Thor: Love and Thunder” continues to be hammering the competitors.
Since its launch on July 8, the Chris Hemsworth-led Disney/Marvel Studios flick is cleansing up on the field workplace, raking in over $8.3 million this Friday alone, based on IMDB’s Field Workplace Mojo.
Final weekend, the movie, which is the fourth installment within the Asgardian’s saga, introduced in a staggering $143 million, per Variety.
“Minions: The Rise of Gru,” whose henchmen The Post mentioned “carry on the humorous,” took house second place, incomes near $5.4 million.
“Top Gun: Maverick” fell from the sky a bit by touchdown in third, with near $2 million on Friday.
A sequel to the Tom Cruise-helmed 1986 action-drama “High Gun,” it lately flew previous “Titanic,” snagging the title of highest-grossing Paramount movie in its preliminary run within the studio’s 110-year historical past, per Collider.
The 1997 James Cameron tear-jerker, which received a Greatest Image Oscar, took house $600,788,000 in its first-run launch, whereas “Maverick” raked in $601,919,000, according to Deadline.
“Elvis,” the acclaimed biopic, took fourth prize, with the horror thriller “The Black Telephone,” following in fifth.