It’s been a big weekend at the box office – Top Gun: Maverick hit $1 billion at the global box office, while Baz Lurhmann’s Elvis had a global premiere of $50.5 million. Both movies were tied for first place in the US. Already the biggest movie of Cruise’s career, with his biggest debut both domestically and internationally, Top Gun: Maverick is now the first time one of the actor’s films has crossed the $1 billion mark. Meanwhile, of Elvis’ $50.5 million global takings, $30.5 million came from the US box office – one of the highest debut for a non-franchise film post-pandemic, equalling the takings of The Lost City earlier in the year. Top Gun: Maverick also made $30.5 million in the US this weekend, which is all the more impressive considering it’s currently in its fifth week of release. Jurassic World Dominion held the number three spot with $26.4 million, while horror movie The Black Phone, starring Ethan Hawke and directed by Scott Derrickson, opened in fourth place with $23.4 million. Toy Story origin story Lightyear came in at number five with $17.7 million – a disappointing return for a family-friendly Pixar movie in its second week in cinemas….