Spider-Man: No Way Home is still in the top 10. (Source: Le Film Français)
955,650 people have already discovered Uncharted in 653 French cinemas. This is more than enough to be at the top of the weekly box office, far ahead of the other new releases: Retirement home starts in 2nd position with 663,787 tickets sold in 527 cinemas, King is 5th thanks to 228,478 tickets sold for 618 screens, and finally Hopper and the Dark Hamster and Another world respectively attracted 211,019 and 195,408 onlookers in 516 and 256 rooms, which give them 7th and 8th places. Tom Holland is therefore once again at the top of the French ranking, after six weeks in 1st position thanks to Spider-Man: No Way Home (from mid-December to the end of January). This blockbuster is also still in the ranking, in 9th place, with just over 100,000 additional admissions, or 7.1 million in all. The adaptation of the famous video game saga, directed by Ruben Fleischer (Welcome to Zombieland, Venom) thus recorded an excellent average of 1463 spectators per copy, or 203 more people per screen than for the comedy which follows with Kev Adams. also abroad, Uncharted starts well (details are to be read at the US weekend box office), and the studio is already considering this film as the starting point for a potential new saga.
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Among the continuities, we can note the good maintenance of Despite himself superheroes, the new comedy by La Bande à Fifi, which remains on the podium with 327,946 additional tickets. In three weeks, it attracted 1.3 million curious people in 668 rooms. The animated movie Valiant follows it closely, losing only 9% of its audience, and accumulates 916,346 countermarks over the same operating period. In contrast, The stars, the second Palmashow comedy, is already on the verge of dropping out of the rankings, falling below the 100,000 admissions mark in the second week. Over a fortnight, it was seen by 276,768 curious people.
French weekly box office from February 16 to 22, 2022: