Box-Office July 22-24: Thor, Minions, Top Gun

Marvel and Disney’s superhero pic Thor: Love and Thunder held at No. 3 domestically with $22.1 million from 4,370 theaters as it crossed the $600 million mark globally in its third weekend.

Internationally, Thor pulled in another $31.8 million to stay at No. 1 in a myriad of markets. Through Sunday, the tentpole has grossed $276.2 million at the domestic box office and $322 million overseas.


Universal and Illumination’s Minions: The Rise of Gru continued to provide a boost for the family market in its fourth outing. The pic came in third domestically with $17.7 million from 3,806 locations for a domestic cumulative of $297.9 million and more than $640 million globally.

Sony’s Where the Crawdads Sing fell to No. 4 in its sophomore outing with $10.3 million from 3,650 theaters for a solid 10-day domestic total of $38.3 million.

Paramount’s Top Gun: Maverick, rounding out the top five, remained unstoppable. The Tom Cruise movie finished Sunday with a domestic tally of $635.6 million and $1.28 billion worldwide.

Paws of Fury: The Legend of Hank, also from Paramount, tumbled to No. 7 in its second weekend with $3.9 million from 3,481 cinemas for a domestic total of $13.8 million.

Focus Features’ specialty offering Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris came in No. 10 in its second weekend with $847,000 from 1,001 locations for a domestic total of $2.9 million.