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The box office is now well and truly in a drought period, as overall totals for this weekend have sunk to an estimated $63.5 million, a low not seen since February in the weekend prior to the release of "The Batman."

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With no new wide releases cracking the top 5, Sony/Columbia's "Bullet Train" will hold on to the No. 1 spot with a second weekend total of just $13.4 million, a 56% drop from its $30 million opening. With a 10-day total of $54.4 million, the action comedy starring Brad Pitt will likely need overseas revenue to post a theatrical profit against its reported $90 million production budget.

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Sagging box office numbers also means that Paramount's "Top Gun: Maverick," which slid out of the top 5 for the first time last weekend, has risen all the way back to No. 2 with $7.1 million in its 12th weekend. That's actually a two percent increase from its $7 million total last weekend as it is beginning to return to premium formats like Imax, Dolby and XD during the end-of-summer slowdown.

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With $673 million grossed in North America, "Maverick" needs just $5 million more to pass the domestic run of "Avengers: Infinity War" for the No. 6 spot on the all-time list. It should make that amount in the coming week as it is well on course to pass $700 million and take the No. 5 spot from "Black Panther."

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The sole newcomer to the box office charts is Lionsgate's "Fall," which was released in 1,548 theaters and is estimated for an opening weekend of $2.5 million. With a budget of just $3 million, the survival thriller about a pair of climbers trapped on a radio tower has earned positive reception with a B on CinemaScore and Rotten Tomatoes scores of 71% critics and 79% audience.

A24 also expanded its slasher film "Bodies Bodies Bodies" to 1,290 theaters after its limited New York/Los Angeles opening last weekend, grossing $3.25 million to take the No. 8 spot on the charts. The film will expand to around 2,000 theaters next weekend.

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Back in the top 5, Warner Bros.' "DC League of Super-Pets" continues to slide with a 35% drop in its third weekend to $7.1 million, putting it neck-and-neck with "Top Gun: Maverick" for the No. 2 spot. Like "Bullet Train," "Super-Pets" will need overseas help to break even as it has a domestic total of $58.3 million and has just passed $100 million worldwide against a $90 million budget.

Universal's "Nope" is in fourth with $5.3 million, bringing its domestic total to $107 million. While Jordan Peele's third film will be considerably less profitable than "Get Out" or "Us," he is now the first director in history to make more than $100 million in North America with his first three movies.

Marvel's "Thor: Love and Thunder" completes the top 5 in a virtual tie with "Nope" at $5.3 million, bringing its total to $325 million domestic and $720 million worldwide after six weekends.

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Emmy voters were moved by music, handing out five awards apiece to "The Beatles: Get Back" and "Adele: One Night Only" at Saturday's portion of the two-night Creative Arts Emmys. The music of "The Pepsi Super Bowl Halftime Show" was also a big winner, with three awards, including Music Direction for Adam Blackstone. In the reality TV world, "Love on the Spectrum U.S.," the Netflix series that follows people on the autism spectrum as they navigate the world of dating and relationships, snagged three Emmys, including ones for casting, picture editing and unstructured reality program.

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