“Boy and the Heron” soars to the top, while Beyoncé takes a tumble.

It’s that time of the week again, folks! Time to take a look at the latest box office numbers and see who’s soaring high like a majestic heron, and who’s crashing down like a Beyoncé concert attendance after everyone got their fill last week.

First up, we have Hayao Miyazaki’s latest masterpiece, “The Boy and the Heron.” This animated gem has swooped in and snatched the top spot at the box office with a debut of nearly $11 million. While some may scoff at this number, it’s actually Miyazaki’s best domestic debut ever! It’s only a few million away from becoming his highest grossing film domestically, so let’s give a round of applause for the heron! (Not that it can hear us, but you get the idea.)

Sitting comfortably in second place is “The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes,” raking in an estimated $9 million. This prequel to the beloved franchise is holding strong, with a domestic total of $135 million. Maybe they should consider a sequel to the prequel that’s not based on a book? Just a thought.

Now, here’s where things get interesting. Beyoncé’s film, “Renaissance,” has been dethroned by none other than Godzilla! That’s right, the King of the Monsters has claimed the third spot at the box office, leaving Beyoncé in the dust. With a massive drop of over 75%, “Renaissance” only managed to pull in around $5 million in its second weekend. Ouch. It seems like everyone who wanted to see Queen Bey on the big screen has already done so, and they didn’t feel the need to go back for seconds. Sorry, Beyoncé, but even your star power couldn’t save this one.

But fear not! Next week brings the release of “Wonka,” and it’s currently tracking in the mid $30 million range. With the way reviews are coming in, I have a feeling it’s going to exceed expectations. Stay tuned for my official predictions, folks!

So, what do you make of Beyoncé’s cataclysmic drop? Let us know in the comments, and be sure to check back tomorrow for a full rundown on this week’s box office shenanigans. And remember, even if the heron’s flying high, there’s always room for a surprise comeback in the crazy world of Hollywood!

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