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Prey (2022)

BOX OFFICE NUMBERS

TITLE

1. Bullet Train

2. DC League of Super Pets

3Nope

4. Thor: Love and Thunder

5. Minions: The Rise of Gru

6. Top Gun: Maverick

7. Where the Crawdads Sing

8Easter Sunday

9. Elvis

10The Black Phone

Weekend (USA)

$30. 0 million

$11. 0 million

$8. 5 million

$7. 7 million

$7. 1 million

$7. 0 million

$5. 6 million

$5. 4 million

$3. 9 million

$1. 5 million

USA Gross

$30. 0 million

$44. 9 million

$97. 9 million

$316. 1 million

$334. 5 million

$662. 4 million

$64. 6 million

$5. 4 million

$136. 4 million

$85. 9 million

Global Gross

$62. 4 million

$83. 0 million

$97. 9 million

$698. 9 million

$758. 8 million

$1. 35 Billion

$77. 3 million

$5. 4 million

$251. 3 million

$148. 4 million

Movie Budget

$90 million

$90 million

$70 million

$185 million

$75 million

$150 million

$25 million

$20 million

$85 million

$15 million

Weeks Out (USA)

1

2

3

5

6

11

4

1

7

7