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‘Top Gun: Maverick’ collects $86 million in impressive second weekend

Top Gun: Maverick has reportedly fallen by just 32 percent in its second weekend domestically, earning $86 million.

By comparison, Spider-Man: No Way Home and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness each fell by 67% in their second weekends, while The Batman fell 50%. Directed by Joseph Kosinski, the sequel arrives 36 years after the blockbuster first film, directed by the late Tony Scott.

Maverick actually added 19 more venues in its second weekend, as it blew past star Tom Cruise’s personal records. It is now Cruise’s top-performing film domestically, beating 2005’s War of the Worlds. At the International box office, Maverick has made $257 million, taking its worldwide cume to $548 million.

Read more: Will there be Tom Cruise starrer ‘Top Gun 3’?

At the number two spot, Disney’s Doctor Strange sequel made $9.3 million in its fifth weekend, taking its running domestic total to $388.7 million. It is currently the ninth-biggest Marvel Studios production, without playing in China or Russia. Internationally, Doctor Strange 2 crossed the $900 million mark, becoming director Sam Raimi’s highest-grossing film.

Next weekend, Maverick will face off against Jurassic World Dominion, which debuted in a handful of overseas territories this week with $56 million. Stay tuned to Collider for more updates.



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