A little extra thing dominates Planet of the Apes with a head

A little extra thing dominates Planet of the Apes with a head
A little extra thing dominates Planet of the Apes with a head

At the top of the French rankings for the second consecutive week with more than two million admissions, the comedy by Artus confirms its enormous success in theaters.

A little something extra, a funny and warm comedy about disability, topped the box office for the second consecutive week, according to figures collected by CBO Box-Office on Wednesday. The film by comedian and actor Artus is one of the successes of the year with more than two million admissions in two weeks. The director and his amateur actors will even climb the steps of the Cannes Film Festival on May 22.

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At the top of the American box office, Planet of the Apes: The New Kingdom follows suit with a superb start in France, garnering 932,730 admissions. THE New Kingdom takes place three centuries after the previous part, Supremacyin a world now totally controlled by talking primates, while humans reduced to the wild survive on the fringes of civilization.

The animated film Blue & company directed by John Krasinski, with Ryan Reynolds, also got off to a good start (453,213 admissions), followed by the Amy Winehouse biopic Back to Black (167,304 entries) and The Fall Guy by David Leitch, with Ryan Gosling (134.327).

Weekly box office from May 9 to 15, 2024:

1. A little something extra: 992,121 entries (2,123,462 entries in two weeks)

2. Planet of the Apes: The New Kingdom : 932,730 entries (new)

3. Blue & Company: 453,213 entries (new)

4. Back to Black: 167,304 entries (845,618 entries in three weeks)

5. The Fall Guy: 134,327 entries (446,327 entries in two weeks)

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