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'Dumbledore's Secrets' tops the North American box office

‘Dumbledore’s Secrets’ tops the North American box office

The latest installment in the Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them series, “Dumbledore’s Secrets,” cast a spell at the North American box office when it hit cinemas to take first place this weekend, numbers show. Interim reports from relations specialist Exhibitor published on Sunday.

This new episode of the saga from the Harry Potter universe, which centers on the fight of Albus Dumbledore (Jude Law) against the villain Gellert Grindelwald, played by Mads Mikkelsen in place of Johnny Depp, earned by these estimates $ 43 million in its first three days in operation at United States and Canada.

However, Dumbledore’s Secrets does have the worst recipe for one of the eleven movies from the universe invented by J.K. Rowling during its first weekend, Variety notes.

David Gross of Franchise Entertainment Research commented, “There was no way ‘Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them’ could equal the success of Harry Potter.” Such a victory “only happens once in a lifetime”.

“Sonic 2”, which fell sharply in the second week of its operation, fell to second place with 30 million.

In this sequel to The Adventures of the Blue Hedgehog, Jim Carrey reprises his role as the evil Doctor Robotnik, who simply wants to destroy humanity, unless Sonic stops him…

“The Secret of the Lost City” is an action movie mixed with romantic comedy with Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum, completing the platform with 6.5 million.

“Everything Everywhere at Once” took fourth place, with six million, followed by the biopic “Father Stowe,” in which Mark Wahlberg plays a boxer-turned-priest, which saw a disappointing first weekend in theaters. Mysterious with only 5.7. Million.

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Here are the rest of the top ten:

6. Morbius (4.7 million)

7- “Ambulance” (4 million)

8. “Batman” (3.8 million)

9. “KGF 2 HINDI” (2.8 million)

10- “Uncharted” (1.2 million)