'Bullet Train' by Brad Pitt reruns at number one, while 'Top Gun' by Tom Cruise comes back to 2nd spot at the box office.



Pitt, who portrays an experienced assassin on a Japanese railway that appears to be full with them, leads a cast that also includes Joey King, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, and Latin music singer Bad Bunny, in addition to Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum in supporting parts.

Former number one "DC League of Super-Pets," a Warner Bros. animated picture that unites Superman as well as other superheroes alongside furry friends, came in second place. It brought in $7.2 million.

"Top Gun: Mavericks," Paramount pictures long-awaited – but immensely popular – Tom Cruise sequel, jumped three slots to third. So over previous 11 weeks, it earned $7.1 million, totaling $674 thousand in international ticket sales.At $5.3 million, Disney's action comedy "Thor: Love and Thunder" took fourth place. Chris Hemsworth plays the uber-muscular space Viking who pines for his ex-girlfriend (Natalie Portman). It has already surpassed the $325 million mark worldwide.

Universal's "Nope," which earned $5.3 million, came in fifth place. Daniel Kaluuya stars in the sci-fi/horror film, which has been enhanced by the presence of famous writer/director Jordan Peele.

Domestic releases are progressively returning to normalcy following the coronavirus outbreak, but the calendar remains somewhat "empty," according to Franchise Entertainment Research's box office weekly. "There's little doubt that additional studio releases would increase total box office," it stated.