Moviegoers were ready to head to Arrakis this weekend to mine some spice.
Dune took the top spot at the box office this weekend with $40.1M. This marks Warner Bros. biggest opening weekend since the beginning of the pandemic. Globally it is sitting at $220.7M.
Second place this weekend went to Halloween Kills with $14.5M, a drop of 71%. It now sits at $73.1M domestically and $90.91M globally.
No Time to Die, the 25th James Bond film, took in $11.88M for a domestic total of $120.04M. Globally the film sits at $525.65M.
Fourth place this weekend went to Venom: Let There Be Carnage with $9.1M. Domestically it sits at $181.82M and globally at $352.42M.
Ron’s Gone Wrong came in fifth with $7.3M.
The next wide release is Antlers, Last Night in Soho, A Mouthful of Air, and My Hero Academia: Word Heroes’ Mission on Oct. 29.