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Bullet Train reaches No. 1 on the box office express

A fast-moving full of assassins opened with $30.1 million for ’s action comedy. As a result of the theatrical debut of Bullet Train, director David Leitch’s action comedy about five assassins on a bullet train in Japan, Brad Pitt seized the box office.

At the North American box office, the film earned $30.1 million, and Comscore predicts it will earn $62.5 million worldwide. Also starring in Maria Beetle are , , , , , and .

The novel is about a group of killers who discover a connection between their plans. Pitt reunites with director Leitch, his former stuntman turned director behind John Wick and Atomic Blonde. Leitch has developed his own vernacular and language as a director, and Pitt said it was fun to see.

As my director and final author of the piece, David Leitch, it was a really beautiful symmetry for our friendship to come on board together. Pitt and Leitch relied heavily on Jackie Chan for their big fight sequences.

According to Pitt, the Hong Kong actor and martial artist is “the greatest and our Buster Keaton.” Pitt continues, “So I was really happy to be able to do something that was designed in that direction.

So the parameters became the opportunities.”Another film centered on the life of a Filipino-American who returns home to celebrate Easter with his loving, bickering family debuted in the top 10 at No. 8 with $5.2 million in its opening weekend.

It was finally action this weekend, with DC League of Super-Pets enjoying the No. 2 spot in its second week in theaters featuring voice-work from Dwayne Johnson, Keanu Reeves, Kate McKinnon, John Krasinski, and Diego Luna. There was an additional $11.2 million earned for the film about a ragtag group of animals with superpowers.

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Jordan Peele’s sci-fi horror film centered on an otherworldly phenomenon lurking in California skies finished third with another $8.5 million. A tie for No. 4 was won by Thor: Love and Thunder, while No. 5 was won by Minions: The Rise of Gru. The fourth Thor installment from director Taika Waititi earned another $7.6 million, while the prequel to Despicable Me reaped an additional $7.7 million.

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