Godzilla vs Kong repeats itself at top of box office, becomes highest-grossing movie during pandemic

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Pandemic record: Warner Bros. continues to prove its hybrid release strategy of theatrical and simultaneous drops on HBO Max pays off, with Godzilla vs. Kong setting new pandemic record


Warner Bros. continues to prove that its hybrid release strategy of theatrical and simultaneous drops on HBO Max is paying off, with Godzilla vs. Kong setting a new pandemic record.

Godzilla vs Kong, which brings together the two iconic creatures of the Monsterverse, repeated at the top of the box office with $ 13.3 million, down 58% from its domestic debut of $ 32.2 million, via Deadline .

The big-budget blockbuster also only took two weeks to become the highest-grossing film in the COVID-19 pandemic, beating Tenet ($ 57.9 million).

Pandemic record: Warner Bros. continues to prove its hybrid release strategy of theatrical and simultaneous drops on HBO Max pays off, with Godzilla vs. Kong setting new pandemic record

Godzilla vs Kong actually added 20 theaters from its first weekend, arriving in 3,084 theaters in its second frame.

Although it was down 58% from its debut, it still earned a solid average of $ 4,338 per screen.

RelishMix also reported that the film saw an increase in social media activity, with more than 500,000 new subscribers in Warner Bros. ‘ canals.

More theaters: Godzilla vs Kong actually added 20 theaters from its first weekend, arriving in 3,084 theaters in its second frame

More theaters: Godzilla vs Kong actually added 20 theaters from its first weekend, arriving in 3,084 theaters in its second frame

More theaters: Godzilla vs Kong actually added 20 theaters from its first weekend, arriving in 3,084 theaters in its second frame

The film didn’t have much increased competition, with Bob Odenkirk’s action thriller Nobody jumping from third to second with $ 2.6 million, just an 11.7% drop from the weekend. end last, earning $ 15.6 million in its first three weeks.

The Unholy slipped from second to third with $ 2.4 million, down 24% with an average of $ 1,297 per screen from 1,850 theaters and a domestic take of $ 6.6 million in two weeks.

Raya and the Last Disney Dragon stood in fourth place with $ 2.1 million, earning an average of $ 1,102 per screen in 1941 theaters with a strong $ 35.2 million domestic.

No Competition: The film didn't have much increased competition, with Bob Odenkirk's action thriller Nobody jumping from third to second with $ 2.6 million, just an 11.7% drop from compared to last weekend, earning $ 15.6 million in its first three weeks.

No Competition: The film didn't have much increased competition, with Bob Odenkirk's action thriller Nobody jumping from third to second with $ 2.6 million, just an 11.7% drop from compared to last weekend, earning $ 15.6 million in its first three weeks.

No Competition: The film didn’t have much increased competition, with Bob Odenkirk’s action thriller Nobody jumping from third to second with $ 2.6 million, just an 11.7% drop from compared to last weekend, earning $ 15.6 million in its first three weeks.

The weekend’s only newcomer, Lionsgate Voyagers’ sci-fi thriller, disappointed with its debut in fifth place at $ 1.35 million.

The film, starring Lily-Rose Depp, Tye Sheridan and Colin Farrell, grossed a paltry $ 684 per screen in 1,972 theaters.

Warner Bros. went from fifth to sixth place. Tom and Jerry, who made $ 1.1 million, down 20.7%, averaging $ 607 per screen from 1,826 theaters, or 446 theaters from last weekend.

Voyagers: The weekend's only newcomer, Lionsgate Voyagers sci-fi thriller disappointed with debut in fifth place of $ 1.35 million

Voyagers: The weekend's only newcomer, Lionsgate Voyagers sci-fi thriller disappointed with debut in fifth place of $ 1.35 million

Voyagers: The weekend’s only newcomer, Lionsgate Voyagers sci-fi thriller disappointed with debut in fifth place of $ 1.35 million

The girl who believes in miracles drops from sixth to seventh place with $ 576,744, despite a slight increase (5.6%) with an average of $ 640 per screen across 900 theaters (up 260) for a national total of $ 1.2 million.

The Courier dropped from seventh to eighth place with $ 436,560 (down just 2.8%) with an average of $ 433 per screen of 1,007 theaters for $ 4.9 million nationally.

Chaos Walking fell from eighth to ninth place in its sixth week with $ 265,000 (a decrease of 28.3%) with an average of $ 203 per 1,300 theaters screen and a national total of $ 12.6 million .

The Croods: A New Age, earning $ 245,000 (up 9.3%) averaging $ 215 per screen from 1,139 theaters with a nationwide total of $ 56.7 million.

Dropped out: Chaos Walking dropped from eighth to ninth place in its sixth week with $ 265,000 (a 28.3% drop) with an average of $ 203 per screen of 1,300 theaters and a national total of 12.6 million of dollars

Dropped out: Chaos Walking dropped from eighth to ninth place in its sixth week with $ 265,000 (a 28.3% drop) with an average of $ 203 per screen of 1,300 theaters and a national total of 12.6 million of dollars

Dropped out: Chaos Walking dropped from eighth to ninth place in its sixth week with $ 265,000 (a 28.3% drop) with an average of $ 203 per screen of 1,300 theaters and a national total of 12.6 million of dollars

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