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Smile opens at number one at the box office while romantic comedy Bros debuts in fourth place


Fright flick Smile scares up the number one spot at the weekend box office while romantic comedy Bros debuts in fourth place

The spooky season has arrived at the US box office.

Smile, a horror flick starring Sosie Bacon and Jessie T Usher, about a doctor who begins to have frightening experiences after a traumatic incident with a patient, came in number one earning $22 million in ticket sales during it’s debut weekend, according to Deadline. 

Don’t Worry Darling dropped to second place its second week in theaters. The Olivia Wilde directed thriller starring Florence Pugh and Harry Styles, pulled in $7.3 million, a 64-percent decrease from the film’s debut.

Smile, a horror flick starring Sosie Bacon and Jessie T Usher, about a doctor who begins to have frightening experiences after a traumatic incident with a patient, came in number one earning $22 million in ticket sales during it's debut weekend

Smile, a horror flick starring Sosie Bacon and Jessie T Usher, about a doctor who begins to have frightening experiences after a traumatic incident with a patient, came in number one earning $22 million in ticket sales during it’s debut weekend

The Woman King starring Viola Davis held strong in third place. The action packed history lesson about The Kingdom of Dahomey in Africa made $6.99 million over the weekend. 

Bros debuted at number four. The romantic comedy starring Billy Eichner, Luke McFarlane and Guy Branum collected $4.8 million for its first outing. 

The re-released Avatar continued to enjoy thrilling audiences ahead of its highly anticipated sequel. The fantasy adventure came in fifth and conjured up $4.7 million. 

Don't Worry Darling dropped to second place its second week in theaters. The Olivia Wilde directed thriller starring Florence Pugh and Harry Styles, pulled in $7.3 million

 Don’t Worry Darling dropped to second place its second week in theaters. The Olivia Wilde directed thriller starring Florence Pugh and Harry Styles, pulled in $7.3 million

The Woman King starring Viola Davis held strong in third place. The action packed history lesson about The Kingdom of Dahomey in Africa made $6.99 million over the weekend

The Woman King starring Viola Davis held strong in third place. The action packed history lesson about The Kingdom of Dahomey in Africa made $6.99 million over the weekend

Bros debuted at number four. The romantic comedy starring Billy Eichner and Luke McFarlane collected $4.8 million for its first outing

Bros debuted at number four. The romantic comedy starring Billy Eichner and Luke McFarlane collected $4.8 million for its first outing

Debuting in sixth place was the action fantasy Ponniyin Selvan: Part One. The epic story told in the Indian Tamil language enjoyed an impressive first weekend. It opened in only 500 theaters across the US and earned $4 million. 

Barbarian, about a woman who gets more than she bargained for when she checks into an Airbnb fell to seventh place, pulling in $2.8 million in ticket sales.

Bullet Train, the Brad Pitt lead ensemble piece about five assassins on a fast moving train, chugged along with $ 1.4 million in box office sales.   

The re-released Avatar continued to enjoy thrilling audiences ahead of its highly anticipated sequel. The fantasy adventure came in fifth and conjured up $4.7 million.

The re-released Avatar continued to enjoy thrilling audiences ahead of its highly anticipated sequel. The fantasy adventure came in fifth and conjured up $4.7 million.

Debuting in sixth place was the action fantasy Ponniyin Selvan: Part One. The epic story told in the Indian Tamil language enjoyed an impressive first weekend. It opened in only 500 theaters across the US and earned $4 million

Debuting in sixth place was the action fantasy Ponniyin Selvan: Part One. The epic story told in the Indian Tamil language enjoyed an impressive first weekend. It opened in only 500 theaters across the US and earned $4 million

Barbarian, about a woman who gets more than she bargained for when she checks into an Airbnb, fell to seventh place, pulling in $2.8 million in ticket sales

Barbarian, about a woman who gets more than she bargained for when she checks into an Airbnb, fell to seventh place, pulling in $2.8 million in ticket sales

The animated DC League of Super-Pets starring the voices of Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart and Kate McKinnon was still off the leash, filling seats to the tune of a little more than $1.3 million.  

Top Gun: Maverick stayed out of the danger zone, eking by in 10th place with $1.23 million over the weekend, making for a total take of near $713.5 million since its US debut. 

The Top Gun sequel has soared to new heights, reeling in more than $1 billion globally. 

Bullet Train, the Brad Pitt lead ensemble piece about five assassins on a fast moving train, chugged along with $ 1.4 million in box office sales

Bullet Train, the Brad Pitt lead ensemble piece about five assassins on a fast moving train, chugged along with $ 1.4 million in box office sales

The animated DC League of Super-Pets starring the voices of Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart and Kate McKinnon was still off the leash, filling seats to the tune of a little more than $1.3 million

The animated DC League of Super-Pets starring the voices of Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart and Kate McKinnon was still off the leash, filling seats to the tune of a little more than $1.3 million

Top Gun: Maverick stayed out of the danger zone, eking by in 10th place with $1.23 million over the weekend, making for a total take of near $713.5 million since its US debut

Top Gun: Maverick stayed out of the danger zone, eking by in 10th place with $1.23 million over the weekend, making for a total take of near $713.5 million since its US debut

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