‘Despicable Me 4’ Tops July 4 Holiday Box Office

The Despicable Me universe continues to thrive, with the latest installment, Despicable Me 4, leading the July 4 holiday box office. In its first five days, the film grossed an impressive $122.6 million, securing the number one spot. With a $100 million budget, it’s set to be a profitable venture. According to Variety, $75 million of the total came from the holiday weekend alone.

In this sequel, Steve Carell returns as the voice of the lovable supervillain Gru, now with a growing family that includes baby Gru Jr.

Other Box Office Performers:

  • Inside Out 2: The animated sequel claimed the second spot, earning $30 million over the weekend.
  • A Quiet Place: Day One: This prequel to the horror hit garnered $21 million, landing it in third place.
  • MaXXXine: Directed by Ti West, this third installment in the horror trilogy made $6.7 million, debuting in fourth place since its July 5 release.

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