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The “Super Mario” movie has grossed over a billion dollars worldwide

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“The Super Mario Bros. Movie” continues to top the box office in North America, with grosses exceeding one billion dollars worldwide, according to preliminary figures for a movie this year, according to the specialty agency, “Experience Relations” on Sunday.

The animated film based on the video game of the same name, produced by Universal Studios, Nintendo and Illumination, topped the North American box office last weekend with $40 million in Canada and the United States.

Since hitting theaters over the Easter weekend, the film has grossed $490 million in North America and $532 million in other countries, according to Examiner Relations. Its total worldwide revenue in four weeks was $1.02 billion.

The specialty magazine “Hollywood Reporter” noted that it was the first film to surpass one billion dollars in revenue this year, and the tenth animated film to achieve such a feat.

And Warner Bros.’ “Evil Dead Rises” took second place in the chart, reaching $12.2 million in its second weekend.

The film stars Lily Sullivan and Alyssa Sutherland as two sisters who battle demonic creatures.

In third place was “Are You There God? It’s Me Margaret,” a teenage comedy-drama based on one of novelist Judy Bloom’s books, with $6.8 million. It’s a good start, said film analyst David Cross.

And fourth place went to “John Wick: Chapter 4,” which opened six weeks ago, with five million dollars in revenue. In this new sequel to the popular “John Wick” series, Keanu Reeves plays a professional assassin fighting against an international crime syndicate.

And the fifth film “Star Wars: Episode 6 – Return of the Jedi”, which was re-released 40 years after its release in theaters, brought in $ 4.8 million. The most important stars of this work include Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford and Carrie Fisher.

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Here are the rest of the top ten films at the North American box office this week:

6- “Dungeons and Dragons: Honor Among Thieves” ($4.1 million).

7- “R” ($4 million).

8. “Bonian Sylvain: Part 2” ($3.7 million).

9- “Covenant” ($3.6 million).

10- “Sisoo” ($3.3 million).

(AFP)

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