Adventure movie “Uncharted” held the number one spot at the North American box office in its second week of release, according to provisional figures from specialist Exhibitor Relations. The successful adaptation of the video game “Uncharted” released by Sony brought in $23.3 million from Friday to Sunday in black rooms in the United States and Canada.
The film chronicles the travels of the treasure hunter, played by Tom Holland, who sets out in search of the lost loot of the 16th century Portuguese explorer, Fernand de Magellan. Still in second place, the feature film “Dog”, which chronicles the road trip of an army veteran, with its translation Channing Tatum, accompanied by a Belgian shepherd, collected $10.1 million.
“Spider-Man: No Way Home,” the latest installment of the adventures of Spider-Man, which also stars Tom Holland, continues to show strong showings, taking third place with $5.8 million in revenue for its eleventh week of running. The adaptation of Agatha Christie’s novel “Death on the Nile” remains at fourth place, taking in $4.5 million for its third week in theaters. “Jackass Forever”, a new act from the crazy American band of the same name, took fifth place with $3.2 million for its fourth week of play.