Liam Neeson’s starer ‘The Marksman’ attains top spot at US box office grossing just over 2 million dollars.
The pandemic release, a thriller from Open Road, grabbed first place for the second weekend in a row in the US.
While the moviegoing business decimated in most corners of the world, The Marksman film has grossed $61 million after 10 days of release.
Over the weekend a number of production houses have moved their major films to new release dates.
Paramount’s post-apocalyptic thriller film ‘A Quiet Place 2’, after getting postponed for three-time, will now release in theaters on September 17.
Meanwhile, “No Time to Die,” the upcoming Danieal Craig’s last outing of the British spy series, will now be arriving on October 8, instead of April 12, 2021.
Likewise, Tom Hanks‘s sci-fi film “Bios,” has also been delayed. The film will now be arriving on August 13, 2021.