Although video game to film adaptations can be somewhat hit or miss with both critics and audiences alike, Ruben Fleischer‘s new film Uncharted – an adaptation of the Naughty Dog game of the same name – took the top spot at the box office this weekend. The film – starring Tom Holland and Mark Wahlberg – earned a total of $44.15 million across 4,275 locations.
Meanwhile, the second spot went to Dog, which stars Channing Tatum (who also co-directs) as a U.S. Army Ranger charged with bringing the canine of a recently deceased service member to his funeral. The film earned a weekend total of $15.13 million at the box office across 3,677 locations.
Yet another Holland film, Spider-Man: No Way Home, finds its way into the top spots at the box office, this weekend landing in third. The Sony/Marvel blockbuster – which officially surpassed Avatar’s lifetime tally last week to become the third highest-grossing film of all time domestically. This weekend, the film earned $7.2 million.
Here’s the full list of the top ten films of the week:
- Uncharted – $44.15M – 4,275 theatres
- Dog – $15.13M – 3,677 theatres
- Spider-Man: No Way Home – $7.2M (-4%) – 2,956 theatres
- Death on the Nile – $6.25M (-51%) – 3,280 theatres
- Jackass Forever – $5.24M (-35%) – 3,071 theatres
- Marry Me – $3.68M (-54%) – 3,643 theatres
- Sing 2 – $2.84M (-8%) – 2,476 theatres
- Scream – $1.95M (-34%) – 1,907 theatres
- Blacklight – $1.77M (-49%) – 2,772 theatres
- The Cursed – $1.72M – 1,687 theatres
Source: Box Office Pro