Returning to the top of the box office in North America is “Spider-Man.”

Spider-Man: No Way Home, a superhero epic that has returned to theatres months after its initial release, is the top film in North America this weekend, according to, which made the announcement on Sunday.

From Friday through Sunday, the movie, starring Tom Holland and Zendaya, brought in an additional $6 million. $812.3 million has now been made in North America.


Top Gun: Maverick is in second place with $5.5 million, followed by DC League of Super-Pets in third place with $5.45 million, Bullet Train in fourth place with $6.8 million, and The Invitation in fifth place with $5.4 million.
The remaining films in the top ten are Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero at No. 9 with $2.4 million, Beast at No. 6 with $3.6 million, Minions: The Rise of Gru at No. 7 with $3.1 million, Thor: Love and Thunder at No. 8 with $2.45 million, and Jaws at No. 10 with $2.3 million. Compared to the Top 10 from the previous weekend, when The Invitation was No. 1, which brought in $4.41 million, this weekend’s Top 10 made around $40.98 million.
In celebration of National Cinema Day, many cinemas in the US offered $3 tickets for all screenings on Saturday.

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