‘Elvis’ Beats ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ By $1 Million in Heated Box Office Battle

The King is No. 1 at the domestic box office.

After a heated box office battle, “Elvis” emerged victorious over “Top Gun:

Maverick” to claim the top spot on North American box office charts.

Over the weekend, “Elvis” and “Top Gun: Maverick” were duking it out as

the King of Rock and Roll took the No. 1 spot on Friday and dropped to

second place on Saturday. Then on Sunday, the films tied for first place in

North America, with each earning an estimated $30.5 million over the three day period.

With the final results tallied on Monday, “Elvis” generated $31.1 million

from 3,906 theaters in its box office debut while “Top Gun: Maverick” brought in $29.6 million from 3,948 venues in its fifth weekend in theaters.