Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings topped the box office yet again this past weekend, holding onto first place for the fourth weekend in a row. With additional estimated earnings of $13 million, the total take for this film stands at $196.2 million, making it the highest-grossing film domestically since the pandemic began -- far surpassing the $183.6 million earned by fellow Marvel movie Black Widow.
Debuting in second this weekend was Dear Evan Hansen, the movie adaptation of the Tony Award-winning musical. With Ben Platt reprising the role he originated on Broadway, the movie took in $7.5 million. Read our review by clicking here.
Holding onto fourth place was the horror film sequel Candyman, which experienced a 27 percent drop in earnings from last weekend. The movie brought in an additional $2.6 million in its fifth week of release for a total of $56.9 million.
Rounding out the top five was Cry Macho, directed by and starring the legendary Clint Eastwood. The drama saw a drop of 54 percent in its second weekend to earn $2 million for a total of $8.3 million. ~Alexandra Heilbron