Top Gun: Maverick impresses the domestic box office on weekend two for over $291 MILLION

Top Gun: Maverick impresses at the box office in its second weekend for over $291 MILLION… while Tom Cruise scores best domestic performance ever

Top Gun: Maverick is still rising at the box office, and the film grossed over $86 million domestically on its second weekend, for a total of $291 million.

The film dropped just 32% from its opening weekend, making it the lowest drop-off ever for a film that opened for more than $100 million, according to Deadline.

Deadline noted that Shrek 2 saw a -33 percent drop, while The Force Awakens came in -40 percent on weekend two.

New Highlights: Top Gun: Maverick continues to soar at the box office with the film grossing over $86 million in its second weekend for a total of $291 million

The worldwide total for the new film stands at $548.6 million after just two weeks in theaters.

However, revenues are expected to drop quickly with the release of the latest Jurassic World movie, which will fill many IMAX theaters and monopolize other more lucrative premium formats.

Top Gun: Maverick is well on its way to becoming Cruise’s highest-grossing film ever worldwide.

Historic: The film dropped just 32 percent from its opening weekend, making it the lowest drop-off ever for a film that opened for more than $100 million, according to Deadline;  Tom Cruise and Monica Barbaro on the set of Top Gun: Maverick

Historic: The film dropped just 32 percent from its opening weekend, making it the lowest drop-off ever for a film that opened for more than $100 million, according to Deadline; Tom Cruise and Monica Barbaro on the set of Top Gun: Maverick

Big money: The new film's worldwide total stands at $548.6 million after just two weeks in theaters;  still from Top Gun: Maverick

Big money: The new film’s worldwide total stands at $548.6 million after just two weeks in theaters; still from Top Gun: Maverick

Mission: Impossible – Fallout made $791.6 million at the worldwide box office and currently ranks first in the New Yorker’s career.

The film has made more than $257 million worldwide in 64 markets, but this doesn’t include South Korea, where the film won’t be released until June 23, or Russia and China.

According to The Numbers, Top Gun: Maverick dwarfed any other film at the domestic box office this weekend.

So much more: According to The Numbers, Top Gun: Maverick (pictured) dwarfed any other film at the domestic box office this weekend

So much more: According to The Numbers, Top Gun: Maverick (pictured) dwarfed any other film at the domestic box office this weekend

Silver Medal: In second place, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness earned just $9,251,000

Silver Medal: In second place, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness earned just $9,251,000

In second place, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness made only $9,251,000 and in third place was The Bob’s Burgers Movie for $4,500,000.

The animated films The Bad Guys, Downton Abbey: A New Era and Everything Everywhere All At Once were in fourth to sixth place.

Sonic the Hedgehog 2, The Lost City, Crimes of the Future and Watcher complete the top 10.

Third place: The Bob's Burgers Movie made just $4,500,000 last weekend, which was still good enough for third place

Third Place: The Bob’s Burgers Movie made just $4,500,000 last weekend, which was still good enough for third place

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