Baz Luhrmann, directed by Warner Bros Elvis It made $3.5 million from all previews outside of 3,400 locations, which include Tuesday’s events and Thursday night shows. Meanwhile, Universal / Bloomhouse black phone It grossed $3 million from showtimes that started at 5 p.m. yesterday at 2,800 locations.
It’s expected to be a rich weekend at the box office, with four to five films likely to bring in over $20 million.
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Luhrmann The great Gatsby Back in May 2013, it made $3.25 million from previews that started at 10 p.m. Thursday. While this movie was backed by $50 million, it opened strongly with stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Tobey Maguire, Elvis Varies and depends on the appearance of older fans; High water bar considering the movie is 2 hours and 39 minutes long. Elvis Currently 81% certified fresh. The hope is that $85 million will go into production at $20 million, which would be a pretty impressive feat for adult geeks with this uptime during the pandemic.
How Elvis Compared to the last major studio pop star feature: Paramount’s 2019 Elton John biopic rocket man At 2 Hours 1 Minute it grossed $1.75 million from Thursday shows that started at 7 p.m. It also earned an additional $580,000 from Fandango paid previews for a total of $2.3 million. rocket man It posted a total of $9.17 million in the first and three days worth of $25.7 million. This movie is rated for ElvisPG-13.
Distribution sources expect Paramount/Skydance Top Gun: Maverick For a fifth-round weekend getaway for about $32 million. Tom Cruise is looking to cross half a billion in the US and Canada today. Top Gun 2 It made $5 million Thursday, up from 9% on Wednesday, to lead all movies. That’s good for a fourth week with $69 million, and a domestic total of $491.2 million.
while, black phone Booked in 3,150 theaters, and looking to liquidate $15M – $20M. Scott Derrickson’s pic has very good reviews for a Blumhouse R horror title at 87% fresh. Next to the last pandemic on Thursdays of horror movies, black phone Under $3.5 Million Thursday 7 p.m. Paramount/Spyglass’ Previews Scream (which debuted to a three-day total of $30 million over the course of the MLK holiday), and ahead of Thursday night previews from Uni/Blumhouse’s Forever cleansing Last year it made $1.3 million.
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Universal will see an extra pop of Jurassic World DominionThe third weekend is expected to be around $29 million in second place. Amblin production grossed $4.8 million Thursday in 4,697 theaters, -11% from Wednesday, versus $85.1 million for its second week and $276.3 million.
Disney / Pixar Light year He did an estimated $3.8 million Thursday, down 10% from Wednesday, for the first week worth $71 million. Its updated forecast Toy Story Between $23 million and $28 million (minus 45%-55%) in the second weekend.