Godzilla vs. Kong: The New Empire Dominates Box Office Again, Monkey Man and The First Omen Follow – Weekend Box Office Report

Godzilla vs. Kong: The New Empire Dominates Box Office Again, Monkey Man and The First Omen Follow – Weekend Box Office Report


Godzilla vs. Kong, The New Empire – In the ever-competitive world of box office dominance, this weekend saw a clash of cinematic titans as Godzilla and Kong once again reigned supreme. In a battle of apocalyptic proportions, “Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire” stood tall for the second consecutive week, crushing its competitors underfoot with a staggering $31 million haul at the domestic box office alone.


Directed by Adam Wingard, this latest installment in the MonsterVerse franchise pits the iconic monsters against a colossal, undiscovered threat that threatens humanity’s very existence. With a star-studded cast including Rebecca Hall, Dan Stevens, and Brian Tyree Henry, the film continues to captivate audiences worldwide, amassing a jaw-dropping $361 million in global ticket sales.


However, not all contenders were content to bow before the might of Godzilla and Kong. Dev Patel made his directorial debut with “Monkey Man,” a gripping action-thriller that tells the tale of a rage-filled man who finds solace in the underground world of fight clubs. Despite fierce competition, Patel’s passion project managed to swing into second place with a respectable $10.1 million domestic debut, buoyed by the support of producer Jordan Peele and a last-minute rescue from languishing on streaming platforms.

Meanwhile, other newcomers sought to carve out their own slice of the box office pie. “The First Omen,” a chilling prequel to the classic horror film “The Omen,” sent shivers down the spines of moviegoers with its sinister portrayal of demonic forces and sinister nuns. Despite a slightly modest debut compared to its competitors, the film managed to conjure up $17.4 million in global ticket sales, proving that the appetite for supernatural thrills remains strong.


As the dust settles and the numbers roll in, it’s clear that the MonsterVerse reigns supreme once again. Yet, with new challengers emerging and audiences hungry for fresh thrills, the battle for box office supremacy is far from over.

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