Box office: a month after its release, “Spider-Man” still number 1

(AFP) – A month after its release, “Spider-Man: No Way Home”, the latest episode of the adventures of the spider-man, remains firmly clinging to the head of the French box office, accumulating more than 6 million admissions, according to CBO Box Office figures released Wednesday.

The third installment of the adventures of the New York superhero gathered just over 500,000 spectators for its fourth week of operation.

The film, the first in the Covid era to have raised more than $1 billion in North America and internationally since its release, has brought a breath of fresh air to a film industry struggling to recover from the blow. terrible carried by the pandemic.

In second place is the dramatic comedy “Waiting for Bojangles” by Régis Roinsard, adaptation of Olivier Bourdeaut’s bestselling novel, embodied by the actor duo Virginie Efira and Romain Duris.

The film entered the podium in its first week of operation with more than 200,000 admissions, dethroning the animated film “Tous en Scène 2”, relegated to third place.

Then come “The King’s man: First mission” (202,028 admissions) and “Matrix Resurrections”, which is struggling to cross the million admissions mark after three weeks of operation.

1. “Spider-Man: No Way Home”: 516,117 admissions (6,134,069 admissions in 4 weeks) – 938 copies

2. “Waiting for Bojangles”: 228,476 admissions (new) – 538 copies

3. “Tous en scène 2”: 214,864 admissions (2,002,446 admissions in 3 weeks) – 923 copies

4. “The King’s man: First mission: 202,028 admissions (in 2 weeks) – 402 copies.

5. “Matrix Resurrections”: 120,768 entries (857,236 entries in 3 weeks) – 594 copies