Marvel Studios is back and immediately landed in the familiar territory of the top spot at the box office, but with some added notes to the success.
Black Widow won the weekend box office with $80M in the U.S. Internationally it took in $78M for a global box office total of $158M. The difference came when Disney unexpectedly released the results of the film’s debut as Premiere Access on Disney Plus. The film took in an additional $60M for a global weekend total of $218M.
Second place went to F9 took in $10.88M. The film now stands at $141.32M domestically and $541.8M globally.
The Boss Baby: Family Business came in third with $8.7M. Domestically it now sits at $34.74M and $36.49M globally.
Fourth place went to The Forever Purge with $6.71M. Domestically it sits at $27.44M and $34.84M globally.
A Quiet Place: Part II rounded out the top five with $3M. Domestically it now sits at $150.69M. Globally it sits at $247.93M.
The next wide release is Gunpowder Milkshake on July 14, followed by Escape Room: Tournament of Champions and Space Jam: A New Legacy on July 16.