US Box Office: One Love wins again, according to Demon Slayer

Bob Marley: One Love once again won the US Box Office over the weekend, with the premiere of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba – To The Hashira Training only good.

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While waiting for the event film Dune Part Two, which will arrive in US theaters next weekend, the Bob Marley biopic entitled Bob Marley: One Love easily held the top of the American box office in the last three days of cinema. The first position at the US Box Office was worth an estimated gross of 13.5 million dollars, for an important total of 71.2 million. Globally, the biopic reached 120.6 million this weekend. Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No YaibaTo the Hashira Training debuted in second position with a three-day gross of $11.57 million. Wanting to take a small step back, in 2021 "Mugen Train" debuted with 22.78 million, while "To the Swordsmith Village" opened with 10.11 million in 2023, this is a small step forward compared to the previous chapter.

In third position, there is space for another new proposal "Ordinary Angels", whose debut is 6.5 million dollars. The film's low budget, not very high box office expectations, and the "A+" CinemaScore score suggest it will hold up well in the coming weeks. We'll see. The cine-comic Madame Web, in fourth position with 6 million dollars in takings, lost 60% of last weekend's takings (already extremely low), for a total of 35.44 million. In the fifth position, the cartoon Partecipa il Volo collected another 3 million dollars, for a total of 120.44 million. Finally, Drive-Away Dolls by Ethan Coen debuted with a disappointing $2.4 million, directly in eighth place.