He was arrested today, what former police chief Bode declared in the interceptions with Habilaj
Sentenced to 12 years in prison, the former police director in Dhërmi is arrested in Berat
So that Tirana does not suffer the fate of Athens
642 infected and one loss of life from Covid-19 in the last 24 hours
5-fold accident on the Vlorë-Radhime axis, two injured
Breaks all box office records, Top Gun: Maverick's $ 1 billion worldwide
"Top Gun: Maverick" earned another $ 30.5 million in the fifth weekend after its release. This turned the film into the first place for the weekend, an extraordinary achievement in every era. This gross value of the fifth weekend is the second largest profit of the fifth weekend between "Titanic" with 30 million dollars in 1998 and "Avatar" with 42 million dollars in 2010. It also puts its total total at 521.723 million dollars. With a new overseas total even though it is still the best overseas film with a value of $ 487 million, the continuation of Tom Cruise's $ 170 million legacy has now earned a huge amount worldwide. Yes, the film directed by Joseph Kosinski just reached $ 1 billion in total. This is the number one miracle.
The film now ranks 15th on the all-time list between "Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker" ($ 515 million in 2019) and "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story" ($ 532 million in 2016). It is now the second highest grossing film since The Lion King ($ 543 million). After passing the remake directed by Jon Favreau, it will be the 12th biggest film of all time and with the biggest profit since "Spider-Man: No Way Home" ($ 804 million) and "Avengers: Endgame" ($ 858 million). With a "normal" descent rate, it will end its run with about $ 585 million locally just below the Incredibles 2 ($ 608 million).
Likely to give it another shot, as there just aren't that many big movies left after "Minions: The Rise of Gru" next weekend, "Thor: Love and Thunder" on July 8, and "Jordan Peele's Nope" To debut on July 22.
"Top Gun: Maverick" is the biggest global winner and the biggest domestic win of 2022, becoming the first non-fantasy actor to lead the worldwide box office since Tom Cruise's "Mission: Impossible II" in 2000. .