“Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania” remains a big hit.
In its second weekend, the film topped the box office again, this time grossing $32.2 million.
Opening in second place was the dark comedy “Cocaine Bear,” with $23.1 million.
“Jesus Revolution,’ the story of an early 1970s spiritual awakening that began with teenage hippies in Southern California, placed third with $15.5 million.
“Avatar: The Way of Water” fell to fourth place from second. Last weekend it grossed $4.7 million.
“Puss in Boots: The Last Wish” dropped to fifth place from fourth with $4.1 million.
“Magic Mike’s Last Dance” fell to No. 6 from No. 3 at the box office, with a gross of $1.89 million.
“80 for Brady,” the comedy about four women determined to get to the Super Bowl and see their hero Tom Brady, dropped to eighth place from sixth. It grossed $1.83 million.
“Missing” remained in ninth place with $1.01 million.
“A Man Called Otto,” starring Tom Hanks as a curmudgeon with friendly neighbors, stayed in 10th place with $850,000