That’s a lot of gold coins.
“The Super Mario Bros. Movie” swept the box office on Friday.
The computer-animated adventure flick, which is based on the Nintendo video game franchise, raked in $55 million, according to IMDB’s Box Office Mojo.
The film, which The Post called “lousy,” opened on Wednesday, ahead of the holiday weekend.
It is projected to enjoy a $368 million opener, which would make it the biggest ever for an animated film, surpassing “Frozen,” according to Deadline.
The beloved Italian-American brothers from the series, Mario and Luigi, are voiced by Chris Pratt and Charlie Day.
The rest of its star-studded ensemble includes Anya Taylor-Joy, Jack Black, Keegan-Michael Key, Seth Rogen, Fred Armisen and Sebastian Maniscalco.
The sports drama “Air,” which chronicles the story of Michael Jordan’s sneaker line, landed in second, with just over $5 million in sales.
The Post called the movie, which stars Matt Damon and Ben Affleck, “a slam dunk.”
“Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves,” which was in first place last week, flew down to third, with a $4.84-million take.
“John Wick: Chapter 4,” which was in second last week, came in fourth, earning $4.8 million.
In fifth was the slasher horror “Scream VI,” with $1.255 in sales.