Christopher Nolan’s “Tenet” continued to lead the North American box office in its sixth weekend of release, taking in $2.7 million Friday through Sunday for a cumulative total of $45.1 million, according to industry estimates released Sunday.
The thriller starring John David Washington — the first major international Hollywood release since theaters shut down in March due to the coronavirus pandemic — has also grossed $307 million worldwide, the industry tracking group Comscore reported.
A re-release of the 1993 comedy “Hocus Pocus” took second place with $1.9 million.
“The New Mutants” grossed $1 million in its sixth weekend at theaters in the United States and Canada for a cumulative total of $20.9 million.
It was followed by “Unhinged,” a thriller starring Russell Crowe, which grossed $870,000 in its eighth week for a total of $18.4 million, and “Infidel,” which took in $455,000 in its third week for a total of $3.4 million.
Rounding out the top 10 domestic releases, as estimated by Comscore, were the 40th anniversary re-release of “Star Wars: Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back” with $335,000, “The Broken Hearts Gallery” with $275,000, “Professor Uncut” with $227,500, “Break The Silence: The Movie” with $161,899, and “Save Yourselves!” with $141,631.
Movie theaters in Los Angeles County remain closed indefinitely, but Orange County has reopened its theaters with limited capacity.