Without any new big movies, the winner of the holiday weekend box office was Top Gun: Maverickwhich flew past the re-release of Spider-Man: No Way Home to top the box office.

At only $7.9 million, it was one of the lowest grosses in recent decades for a film topping the Labor Day chart, but when you consider it’s been out for 15 weekends earning more than $1.4 billion globally, that’s pretty good.

It’s also the first movie that has ever been No. 1 on Memorial Day and Labor Day.

It’s now made $700 million domestically to bump Black Panther as the fifth top-grossing film of all time.

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