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Box Office Report for the Week of January 30

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Coming as a surprise to absolutely nobody, Jon WattsSpider-Man: No Way Home is once again taking the top spot at the box office. Since its release back in December of 2021, it has only been overthrown one weekend – by the brand new fifth Scream film.

The superhero epic estimated $11M, down just 21% from last weekend. The domestic total for the Marvel franchise pic now stands at a jaw-dropping $735.89M.

The web-slinger sequel has now spent a total of six weeks at the top of the chart, surpassing Black Panther’s five-week run at No. 1 in 2018 to give No Way Home the honor of most weekends at No. 1 for any superhero film or comic-book adaptation

Additionally, the aforementioned fifth Scream film took the second place at the box office this weekend, earning a total of $7.35 million. The meta-slasher flick also grossed $6.5M from 55 markets this weekend, bringing its international total to $44.1M.

Meanwhile, the animated adventure Sing 2 earned a total of $4.8 million this past weekend at the box office, putting the Universal/Illumination animated sequel at $134.51M to date. Among indie releases, Sundown hit on a half dozen screens, but without too much of an impact.

Here’s the full list of the top ten films of the week:

  1. Spider-Man: No Way Home – $11M (-21%) – 3,675 theatres
  2. Scream – $7.35M (-40%) – 3,518 theatres
  3. Sing 2 – $4.8M (-17%) – 3,450 theatres
  4. Redeeming Love – $1.85M (-48%) – 1,963 theatres
  5. The King’s Man – $1.75M (-2%) – 2,440 theatres
  6. The 355 – $1.4M (-12%) – 2,513 theatres
  7. American Underdog – $1.22M (+4%) – 2,113 theatres
  8. Ghostbusters: Afterlife – $770K (+18%) – 1,170 theatres
  9. Licorice Pizza – $691K (+5%) – 772 theatres
  10. West Side Story – $614K (-14%) – 1,335 theatres

Source: Box Office Pro

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Written by Caillou Pettis

Caillou Pettis is a professional film critic and has been writing about film for several years across various different publications. Ever since the age of nine, film and the art of filmmaking have been his number one passion. When hes

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