“Bullet Train” is a real gravy train.
The action-comedy, starring Brad Pitt as an unlucky assassin who encounters his enemies while riding on the world’s fastest train, took home over $12.6 million on its opening night, according to IMDB’s Box Office Mojo.
The moneymaking flick — which The Post called “a sexy, bloody crime comedy — is already projected to enjoy a $30 million weekend debut, according to Variety.
“DC League of Super-Pets,” which opened on July 29, was dogged down to second place, raking in $3.35 million — a stark departure from the $9.3 million it earned the night it hit theaters.
The animated Warner Bros. The film, with Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart and John Krasinski voicing the leading roles, was given “an absolutely paw-ful” review by the Wall Street Journal last week.
Actor-turned-director Jordan Peele’s horror film “Nope,” which Time called “transfixing and hugely ambitious,” came in third with just over $2.5 million.
“Thor: Love and Thunder,” which recently set a record for the lowest-rated Thor film on Rotten Tomatoes, trailed in fourth with $2.2 million, followed by “Minions: The Rise of Gru” following in fifth with a close to $2.1 million. take.