Dr Strange still tops the North American box office

Dr. Strange and his “Multiverse of Madness” continued to dominate the North American box office this week, stealing the show from the British aristocrats of “Downton Abbey”, according to provisional figures published Sunday by the specialist firm Exhibitor Relations.

The highly anticipated neurosurgeon-turned-sorcerer sequel, which sees Marvel hero Benedict Cumberbatch explore parallel worlds, has raked in $31.6 million, bringing the total to more than $342 million since its May 6 release.

Even if it means overshadowing the famous Crawley family from the “Downton Abbey” series, back in the cinema with a new opus marked with the seal of mystery and partly anchored in the south of France.

Highly anticipated by the public, “Downton Abbey 2: A New Era” raised 16 million dollars for its release in dark rooms in the United States and Canada.

At the third step of the podium, “The Bad Guys”, outlaw animals who try to become nice, with just over 6 million dollars from Friday to Sunday.

Running behind: Blue Hedgehog Sonic, back on screen with the villainous, mustachioed Doctor Robotnik, played by Jim Carrey. “Sonic 2” raked in $3.9 million this weekend.

Then comes the terrifying “Men”, with 3.3 million.

Among the weekend’s notable and more surprising hits was a pro-Trump movie, “2000 Mules,” which claims to have evidence of fraud in the 2020 U.S. presidential election.

Here is the rest of the Top 10:

6. “Everything Everywhere All at Once” (3,1 millions)

7. “Fantastic Beasts: Dumbledore’s Secrets” (1.9 million)

8. “Firestarter” (1,9 million)

9. “The Secret of the Lost City” (1.5 million)

10. “The Northman” (1 million)

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