"FAST AND THE FURIOUS 9" REMAINS THE BOX OFFICE LEADER

"Fast and the Furious 9" remained the leader at the domestic box office for its second weekend. The film grossed about $24 million in two days and, including the long Independence Day weekend, nearly $33 million.

On Monday, the ninth installment of the action film became the first Hollywood picture since Pandemic began to gross more than $500 million worldwide. All things considered, this is a very significant total, which confirmed high viewer interest in the franchise.

Note that at the North American box office last weekend there was a unique pattern: the first three places were taken by Universal films. Second place went to "Milkman Boss 2", which started with a total of 17.3 million dollars. The production of the animated painting cost about $ 80 million.

The third line went to the thriller "Judgment Night Forever," which earned $12.7 million. By the way, this is the weakest debut of the franchise - previously, each episode collected in the premiere weekend at least $ 20 million.

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