Photo courtesy of Warner Bros. Inc.(LOS ANGELES) — The Denzel Washington and Rami Malek-led crime thriller The Little Things topped the pandemic-weakened box office over the weekend, Deadline confirmed. The film, which also stars a third Oscar winner, Jared Leto, and which premiered in theaters and on HBO Max, brought in a $4.8 million from over 2,000 theaters and $7.6 million worldwide.
The animated flick The Croods: A New Age came in second place, raking in $1.84 million over the weekend in its 10th week of release while Wonder Woman 1984 landed in third, earning $1.3 million.
Meanwhile, the Liam Neeson-led The Marksman plunged into fourth place, earning a disappointing $1.25 million in its third week while Monster Hunter rounded out the top five — making $740,000 in its seventh week of release.
By George Costantino
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