New York. “Black Adam” was the highest-grossing film in North America for the third straight weekend, grossing $18.5 million, according to industry estimates released Sunday.
“Black Adam” has amassed a total of $300 million, including $137.4 million domestically and $319.7 million internationally.
Meanwhile, “One Piece Film: Red” debuted in second place with $9.5 million.
Third was “Ticket to Paradise” a romantic comedy with George Clooney and Julia Roberts. It grossed $8.5 million in its third weekend, for a total of $46.7 million domestically and $137.2 million internationally.
The horror film “Smile,” in its sixth week in theaters, added another $4 million for a total of $99.1 million.
“Armageddon Time” expanded to 1,006 theaters in its second week, for a total of $810,000.
“Tár,” with Cate Blanchett, grossed $670,000 in its fifth week and has a cumulative $3.7 million.
“Till,” about the U.S. civil rights struggle, added $1.9 million in its fourth week and expanded to 2,316 theaters for a total of $6.6 million.
“The Banshees of Inisherin,” starring Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson, grossed $3 million in 895 theaters in its third weekend, for a total of $10.2 million.