No one knew how big or how big this would be, but the Universal/Blumhouse feature takes on the beloved horror video game, Five nights at freddy’s‘s A looks forward $50 million plus Getting started and maybe more. At that level, it would make it the second-best domestic box office opener of late Taylor Swift: Tour for the Ages ($92.8 million).
Note that the weekend before Halloween is not known as a strong time for movie releases, as that’s where the largest frame apertures are Pussy in shoes In the amount of $34 million in 2011 and 2006 He saw the third In the amount of $33.6 million.
Pre-sales have grown like crazy The amount on this production is 20 million dollars Since we last reported (some say north of $11 million), some exhibitors have been predicting an $85 million tentpole-type opening. However, what should stop here is the day and date of the entire theatrical release on Peacock (note that the movie is only available on the paid tier). Last year, many swore by a sum of more than $50 million The end of Halloween It ended up flopping to a $40 million opening, with the sequel ending up with record weekend viewership on Peacock at one point.
While pre-sales are now higher than M3GAN to Freddy ($30.4 million), many noticed that the image was uploaded in the front, backed by an emotional demo of the under-25. Remember what happened with Taylor Swift: Tour for the Ages Recently: Many exhibition and distribution sources swore the film would open to $100M-$125M+ over the course of three days, only to see $92.8M. That’s the nature of millennial moviegoers when they decide to schedule an event in groups in advance; By Saturday, it had become obsolete.
Universal has a theater count of 3,500 to 3,600 FreddyWith PLFs included. Previews begin at 2pm Thursday for the PG-13 genre title. The film premieres on Peacock on Thursdays at 5pm PT/8pm ET.
if Freddy The numbers were so high, why did Universal choose to continue this day after day? My understanding is that it simply boils down to the film being originally packaged that way. Will money stay on the table because of the peacock? Perhaps, though it’s arguable that the reach of streamers isn’t as large as Disney+ or Netflix. in the end, FreddyIt is an OTT service driver.
Black Widow With an $80.3 million opening, it was arguably the biggest box office opening for a streaming and daily title, despite the fact that it was offered to Disney+ subscribers for a $25 fee. Halloween kills On day and date on Peacock it debuted with $49.4 million.
Freddy‘s, Directed by Emma Tammy, it follows Mike (Josh Hutcherson; Ultraman, hunger Games Franchise), a troubled man who takes care of his 10-year-old sister, Abby (Piper Rubio; Holly and Ivy, unstable), and has been haunted by the unsolved disappearance of his younger brother for more than a decade.
Recently fired and desperate for a job so he can retain custody of Abby, Mike agrees to take a position as a night security guard at an abandoned restaurant: Freddy Fazbear’s Pizzeria. But Mike soon discovers that nothing about Freddy is as it seems. With the help of local police officer Vanessa (Elizabeth Lail); You, Mac and Rita), Mike’s Nights at Freddy’s will lead him to inexplicable encounters with supernatural forces and drag him into the black heart of an unspeakable nightmare.
The pic also stars Mary Stuart Masterson as Mike’s icy Aunt Jane. Cat Conner Sterling as Max, Abby’s babysitter; and Matthew Lillard as Steve Raglan, Mike’s arrogant career advisor.
Other diagnoses on the weekend: AMC Taylor Swift: Tour for the Ages On weekend 3, there appears to be a sharp 60% drop again but can be tied for second place $13.3 million.
Apple Original Movies and Paramount moonflower killers, After a strong $2 million Monday following a $23.25 million opening (current BO is $25.25 million), it hopes to hold around -45%, and perhaps better, for about $12.8 million On weekend 2.
Focus Features brings the beloved fall film festival and awards season contender Retainers From Alexander Payne this weekend in limited release. The 1970s-set middle school film starring Paul Giamatti has a 97% rating on Rotten Tomatoes out of 77 current reviews.
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