The box office received a boost is over the weekend, thanks to a trio of new movies — the kid-friendly “The Boss Baby: Family Business,” the gruesome thriller “The Forever Purge,” and the satirical comedy “Zola” — each appealing to vastly different moviegoing audiences.
Also propping up domestic grosses is several holdover titles, namely “F9: The Fast Saga” and “A Quiet Place Part II.”
Since the box office is still rebounding from COVID-19, this year’s Fourth of July weekend buy propecia without prescription bounty is notably lighter than non-pandemic times.
“F9” again triumphed over the competition and notched first place on box office charts.
The ninth entry in Universal’s “Fast and Furious” saga saw ticket sales decline 66% from its inaugural outing, amounting to $24 million over the weekend, which is standard for the franchise.
“F9” should end Monday’s holiday with $32.7 million, which would boost its domestic tally to $125.8 million.