'Bullet Train' Stays #1, but Slips Substantially

by Tony Rutherford , HNN Entertainment Editor
'Bullet Train' Stays #1, but Slips Substantially

Bullet Train remained #1 at the Boxoffice but it slipped from $30 million to $13.2 million. The second week for the R action/comedy compares with Kingsmen, Baby Driver, Game Night and 21 Jump Street, according to Box Office.  It’s less of a drop than Deadpool  and Suicide Squad, for instance.


None of the new wide openings made the top 5. Some didn’t make the top 10. Bdbies, Bodies, Bodies has around $3million for eighth place and Mack and Rita finished `1th just edging the one million dollar mark.


Maverick got a revival and nearly tied DC Super Pets for second place. Thor, Nope and Minions Rise of the Gru next hovering in the $5 million dollar range.


Crawdads, Bodies, Elvis and Easter Sunday finished off the top spots.

Thursday preview:

  Super HeroTRAILER ▶


1 hr. 39 min.

Masako Nozawa, Toshio Furukawa, Yuko Minaguchi, Ryo Horikawa

Tetsuro Kodama

MORE INFORMATION ► 2DAction; Dubbed; Language; Violence5:00PM7:25PM  

This week, The Beast.

Recently widowed Dr. Nate Daniels and his two teenage daughters travel to a South African game reserve managed by Martin Battles, an old family friend and wildlife biologist. However, what begins as a journey of healing soon turns into a fearsome fight for survival when a lion, a survivor of bloodthirsty poachers, begins stalking them.