Moviegoers have more than gladly accepted “The Invitation.”
Based on Bram Stoker’s “Dracula,” the Sony film has received lackluster reviews, but still holds the number one spot in this summer’s lowest-grossing weekend at the box office.
“Bullet Train” screeched into second place with over $1.5 million in sales. The Brad Pitt-led action blockbuster sped up a notch from last week, where it landed in third.
“Top Gun: Maverick” flew to third place taking in $1.35 million. The Tom Cruise film, which has earned $1.35 billion in the box office since its May 27th opening, according to TV Guide, is now available to stream on Prime Video.
“Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero,” which was in first place last weekend, lost some of its superpowers this week, rolling down to fourth, with a $1.3 million take.
The survival tale “Beast,” starring Idris Elba, followed with $1.3 in sales.