'Halloween Kills' rakes in $50 million in first weekend

Universal and Bloomhouse's "Halloween Kills" topped the box office this weekend with $50.3 million at its start, giving movie theaters hope that the industry will recover in the fall.

The movie achieved the highest grossing in its first weekend, surpassing "Godzilla vs. Kong" or "Godzilla vs. Kong", which earned 31.6 million dollars.

The two films achieved these revenues, although they were also shown on on-demand broadcasting services at the same time.

On the other hand, the release in cinemas only did not succeed in saving the movie (The Last Dial) or "The Last Duel", as the film, which takes place in the fourteenth century, has raised 4.8 million dollars so far, which is a disaster given that the film cost more than 100 Million dollars.

As for the latest films of the James Bond series (No Time to Die) or "No Time to Die", it managed in the second weekend since its release to collect 24.3 million dollars, which is a decline from the previous week by about 56 percent, but it is usual and was repeated in other films of the same series. .

This brings the total revenue of the film domestically in the United States so far to 99.5 million dollars and globally to 447.5 million dollars.

"Venom: Let There Be Carnage," the remake of the series, grossed $16.5 million, taking its domestic revenue to $169.1 million.

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