“Nun Sequel Reigns Box Office with Humble $8.4 Million as Stallone’s Latest Flick Fizzles to Second Place in a Dull Film Weekend”

The movie The Nun II maintained its position for the second week in cinemas and emerged as the top-grossing film, reported by Box Office Mojo’s estimations.

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The movie featuring Taissa Farmiga, a young woman battling a demonic sister in a supernatural thriller, made a total of $8.4 million in box office sales. Sequels, such as “Expendables 4”, have been popular releases lately. Despite starring big names like Sylvester Stallone, Jason Statham, Megan Fox, Fifty Cent, Dolph Lundgren, and Andy Garcia, the action-adventure film opened in second place with the lowest opening weekend earnings of any movie in the franchise, making $8.3 million. Unfortunately, critics gave it a mere 16-percent approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

No. 1: The Nun II held strong its second week in theaters and came in number one at the box office according to estimates by Box Office Mojo. The supernatural thriller starring Taissa Farmiga , 29, as a young who goes to battle again with a demonic sister earned $8.4 million

According to Box Office Mojo, The Nun II remained strong in its second week at the theaters and was ranked number one at the box office. The movie is a supernatural thriller that features Taissa Farmiga as a young woman who battles a demonic sister. The movie earned $8.4 million, while A Haunting in Venice came in third with $6.3 million. The movie is a whodunit directed by and starring Kenneth Branagh and stars Michelle Yeoh, Tina Fey, and Kelly Reilly. The Equalizer 3, which reunited Denzel Washington and Dakota Fanning, landed in fourth place with $4.725 million. Barbie rounded out the top five. The female-powered comedy starring Margot Robbie was still going strong at the box office and was re-released in IMAX with additional footage and slightly longer runtime over the weekend.

No. 2: Expend4bles starring Sylvester Stallone, Jason Statham , Megan Fox , Fifty Cent, Dolph Lundgren and Andy Garcia, debuted in second place, with $8.3 million at the box office

No. 2: That's the least any of the films in the franchise has earned on a opening weekend

Coming in at number two in the box office rankings is the action-packed film, “Expendables,” featuring an all-star cast including Sylvester Stallone, Jason Statham, Megan Fox, Fifty Cent, Dolph Lundgren, and Andy Garcia. However, the movie only earned a disappointing $8.3 million on its opening weekend, making it the lowest grossing installment in this popular franchise.

No. 3: A Haunting in Venice lifted the veil on third place. The whodunit directed by and starring Kenneth Branagh scared up $6.3 million

Coming in third place, A Haunting in Venice revealed itself to audiences with a total of $6.3 million in earnings. The mystery film was directed by and featured Kenneth Branagh, providing audiences with a thrilling experience.

No. 4: The Equalizer 3 which reunited Denzel Washington landed firmly in fourth place. The international thriller about a former CIA operative taking on the Italian mafia made some $4.725 million its second week in theaters

At number four on the box office charts, we have The Equalizer 3, a thrilling movie that brought Denzel Washington back together. The film follows a retired CIA agent as he battles the Italian mafia, earning $4.725 million in its second week at the cinema.

No. 5:  Barbie rounds out the top five. The female powered comedy starring Margot Robbie as the title character earned $3.2 million for the weekend.  Barbie has a global box office take of more than 1.4 billion

Barbie secured the fifth spot with a weekend earning of $3.2 million. The movie, featuring Margot Robbie as the lead character, has a global box office revenue of over $1.4 billion. Fans can now enjoy the movie at home by streaming it, which became available on September 12 for a purchase price of $29.99 and rental fee of $24.99. My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3, a romantic comedy by Nia Vardalos, maintained the party spirit by ranking sixth, with a take of $3 million. The horror flick It Lives Inside, starring Megan Suri as an Indian-American teenager who unwittingly unleashes a demonic creature feeding on her loneliness, made its debut in seventh place with a revenue of $2.63 million. Dumb Money, a comedy based on factual events with Pete Davidson and Paul Dano, saw the most significant leap in ticket sales as it bounced from 19th to eighth place in its second week in theaters, scoring $2.5 million.

No. 6: Nia Vardalos' My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3 kept the party going in sixth place. The romantic comedy about a woman who travels to Greece with her extended family to find her late father's friends scored with a take of $3 million

Ranking at number six is the lighthearted film “My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3” by Nia Vardalos. This romantic comedy follows a woman’s journey to Greece with her large family to reconnect with her late father’s acquaintances. The movie raked in $3 million, continuing the lively celebration.

No. 7: The spooky thriller It Lives Inside debuted in seventh place. The story starring Megan Suri as an Indian-American teen who unwittingly releases a demonic creature that feeds on her loneliness scared up $2.63 million

Coming in at number seven on the box office charts is the chilling horror flick, It Lives Inside. The movie follows the story of a teenage Indian-American girl played by Megan Suri, who accidentally releases a demonic entity that preys on her feelings of isolation. The film managed to rake in an impressive $2.63 million, leaving audiences thoroughly spooked.

No. 8: Dumb Money made the largest leap in ticket sales. The comedy starring Pete Davidson and Paul Dano jumped from 19th to eighth place it's second week in theaters earning $2.5 million

In just one week, Dumb Money managed to skyrocket its ticket sales and climb up the charts to reach the 8th position. With the lead roles played by Pete Davidson and Paul Dano, this comedy pulled in an impressive $2.5 million in its second week at the box office.

No. 9: Blue Beetle starring Xolo Maridueña as a college graduate who gains superpowers after being bitten by an alien scarab squeaked by in ninth place with $1.81 million

At the ninth position, we have Blue Beetle featuring Xolo Maridueña in the lead role as a fresh college graduate who acquires extraordinary abilities when bitten by an extraterrestrial scarab. The movie barely managed to make it to the top ten, earning a total of $1.81 million.

No. 10: Oppenheimer is still drawing audiences to the cinema. The fact-based story starring Cillian Murphy and focused on the race to build an atomic bomb during WWII, landed in 10th place with $1.63 million in ticket sales

Oppenheimer, a movie centered around the race to build an atomic bomb during World War II and starring Cillian Murphy, is continuing to attract moviegoers to cinemas, raking in $1.63 million in ticket sales and securing the 10th spot on the box office chart. Meanwhile, Blue Beetle, featuring Xolo Maridueña as a newly-superpowered college graduate, narrowly surpassed Oppenheimer with $1.81 million in sales. The film, which tells the story of how some individuals became wealthy by investing in Game Stop, has garnered an 84% approval rating from critics on Rotten Tomatoes. Movie buffs can look forward to several new releases next week, including The Kill Room starring Samuel L. Jackson and Uma Thurman, Paw Patrol: The Mighty Movie, and Saw:X, all of which will have wide releases.

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