The Marvel epic “Eternals” continued to dominate theaters as it remained atop the weekend box office, according to final figures released Monday.
The superhero film collected $26.9 million between Friday and Sunday to lead the way, according to box-office tracker Comscore. In two weeks of release, “Eternals” has earned $118.1 million.
“Eternals” spoiled the debut of Paramount’s family friendly “Clifford the Big Red Dog,” which opened with $16.6 million over the weekend at North American theaters. “Clifford the Big Red Dog” is also available for home viewing on the Paramount+ streaming service.
“Dune” took third place with $5.5 million in its fourth weekend of release. That film is also available for home viewing on the HBO Max streaming service.
The James Bond film “No Time to Die” grossed another $4.5 million for to take fourth place, giving it a six-week total of $150.4 million. “Venom: Let There be Carnage” earned $3.9 million, giving it a seven-week total of $202.6 million.
Rounding out the top 10 domestic releases were “Ron’s Gone Wrong” ($2.2 million); “Belfast” ($1.78 million); “The French Dispatch” ($1.76 million), “Spencer” ($1.5 million); and “Antlers” ($1.1 million).