Box Office: ‘Bullet Train’ Leads Ho-Hum  ‘Top Gun 2’ Rockets Back Up Chart

Box Office: ‘Bullet Train’ Leads Ho-Hum  ‘Top Gun 2’ Rockets Back Up Chart

 specialty film 'Bodies Bodies Bodies' begins to expand nationwide.

Bullet Train is considered the last big Hollywood studio title of the summer. The film is doing OK business and should earn $13 million this weekend from 4,357 theaters for a 10-day domestic total of $54.2 million.

One obstacle: even with little competition, Bullet Train looks to fall more than 57 percent from its opening weekend

One obstacle: even with little competition, Bullet Train looks to fall more than 57 percent from its opening weekend

although that isn’t unusual for an action film. The movie earned $3.9 million on Friday.

although that isn’t unusual for an action film. The movie earned $3.9 million on Friday.

 Top Gun: Maverick is making an impressive comeback in its 12th weekend, being released in hundreds of theaters, including premium screen venues.

The Paramount and Skydance movie is pacing to earn $6.6 million for the weekend from 3,181 cinemas for a second-place finish.

The Paramount and Skydance movie is pacing to earn $6.6 million for the weekend from 3,181 cinemas for a second-place finish.

Tom Cruise movie will jump the $700 million mark at home. (Globally, it has earned north of $1.35 billion, one of the best digits of all time.)

Tom Cruise movie will jump the $700 million mark at home. (Globally, it has earned north of $1.35 billion, one of the best digits of all time.)

A24’s specialty film Bodies Bodies Bodies looks to come in No. 8 with an estimated $3 million from 928 theaters. 

Holdovers DC League of Super Pets, Nope and Thor: Love and Thunder are expected to round out the top five.

Holdovers DC League of Super Pets, Nope and Thor: Love and Thunder are expected to round out the top five.