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‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ swings back to top of box office over ‘Scream’

“Spider-Man: No Way Home” retook the top spot at the domestic box office, grossing $2.8 million on Friday — and $727.6 million cumulatively.

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That pushed “Scream” back to the number two spot. The horror reboot grossed $2.1 million Friday and $56.8 million cumulatively, according to the IMDB’s Box Office Mojo database.

“Scream” is still catching moviegoers spooked with more than $2 million in ticket sales on Friday.
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“Sing 2” is trailing in third in box office ticket sales behind “Scream” and “Spider-Man: No Way Home”.

Kiddie singalong “Sing 2” took third, with $1 million in domestic ticket sales Friday and $130.7 million cumulatively.

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