‘Furiosa’ makes $3.5 million, ‘Garfield’ makes $1.9 million in preview.

Friday afternoon: Oh, it looks really bad. Warner Bros. Furiosa It will likely post the lowest opening for a Memorial Day movie in 41 years with 4 days in between $31 million – $35 million. How the heck holy is that? If the George Miller-directed prequel came in at the low end, the last time a No. 1 film or Memorial Day opener had a lower 4-day gross was in 1983, when Return of the Jedi She earned $30.5 million, which was a lot of money at the time.

if Furiosa Reaching the high end of its current range at $35 million, this is the lowest Memorial Day weekend opening since 1984. indiana jones and the temple of doom, Which grossed $33.9 million. Those 1980s totals were not adjusted for inflation.

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Furiosa He sees what he can 11 million dollars For today (including previews) and around $27.5 million For 3 days in 3,804 theaters, including IMAX. Despite all the hell we gave Disney/Lucasfilm Solo: A Star Wars Story Back in pre-Covid 2018 with a $103 million 4-day debut, oh my, which seems crazy rich by comparison. Before we rip Furiosa’s arm off, we’ll let her live a little and see where the night and weekend take her before she becomes judge, jury and executioner in this prequel to Anya Taylor-Joy and Chris Hemsworth.

It’s a bit puzzling how bad the advance reception was Furiosa But tattooed gangster movies with motorcycles and miserable trucks in the desert aren’t for everyone. RelishMix is ​​showing mixed positive word of mouth around the visual despite its social media universe rising 37% above the sci-fi/action genre rankings with nearly 387 million across TikTok, Facebook, X, YouTube and Instagram. Hemsworth promoted to her 97.6 million fans as well as posted videos with 88.3 million views as well as Taylor-Joy to her 10.9 million fans with 62.7 million video views on her Instagram.

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I recently learned that Warner Bros. is at full capacity Furiosa Without co-funders like Village Roadshow, which was involved in Mad Max: Fury Road. The sequel cost $168 million before P&A.

Meanwhile, Alcon/Sony Garfield movie He appears 8 million dollars Today (including previews), 24 million dollars For Friday and Sunday $30 million – $32 million For 4 days in 4,035 theaters, including PLF. On a 3 day basis, that would be the beginning of 2004 Garfield: The Movie ($21.7 million). The 20th Century Fox film finished its run with $75.3 million. Remember when we told you that Garfield can beat Furiosa? Well….some people didn’t think that’s how I’ve been since Furiosa Contains Imax, Dolby, D-box and some PLF files,

Even with a new children’s movie on the market, Paramount’s second weekend if In 4068 theaters witnessing a $4.5 million Friday, 3 days $16.8 million-50%, 4 days $21.7 millionand running total $64.2 million.

The fourth is the third weekend of 20th Century Studios Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes with $3.4 million today, $12.8 million 3 days, -50%, 4 days $16.3 million And run the total by Sunday of $125.7 million.

Universal’s fourth weekend Scapegoat In 2955 views $1.55 million today, $5.5 million Friday-Sunday, -34%, 7 million dollars 4-Day in fifth place with a total run $73.2 million By the end of Sunday. The Ryan Gosling-Emily Blunt movie is available to buy and rent digitally.

Angel Studios Vision It was booked in 2,100 theaters which was profitable Million dollars today, $2.8 million More than 3 days and $3.5 million More than 4 days. Starring Greg Kinnear and Terry Chen, the film follows the inspiring true story of Ming Wang, a poor Chinese prodigy who escapes Communist China to become a pioneering eye surgeon in America. When he is tasked with restoring the sight of an orphan blinded by her stepmother, he must confront the trauma of living through the violent uprising of his youth, the Cultural Revolution.

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Friday morning: Even though there are more films on the market, we are still feeling the effects of the hits. How is that? Many aren’t used to going to the movies yet, and while content is king, neither of this weekend’s releases is expected to cause a stampede: one is a prequel/spinoff with a new actress to a beloved Oscar-winning film, the other It is a family film about an old comic cat who eats lasagna. Don’t expect a $200 million+ four-day weekend like the last two frames of Memorial Day weekend.

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Warner Bros.’ Gerwig Miller prequel Furiosa: The Mad Max Saga It grossed $3.5 million at 3,400 locations and previews began at 3 p.m.

2015 Max Max Fury Road It posted $3.7 million in previews in May 2015 outside of its 7 p.m. showtime and went on to open with $45.4 million, ranked second that weekend. The film reached a 3.3x multiplier. That’s the hope here for this movie that The Queen’s Gambit Star Anya Taylor-Joy replaces Charlize Theron in this dystopian desert epic about Mad Max’s sidekick (depending on who you ask — Furiosa is arguably the boss of the latter film). Furiosa It is expected to post $40 million in its four days.

Unlike indiana Jones And The Connection Of Destiny, Last year’s big Hollywood premiere at Cannes was panned by critics, Furiosa Won multiple awards with 89% RT rating. knock on wood, Furiosa On Rotten Tomatoes’ audience scale it has a score of 96%. Screen Engine/Comscore PostTrak on Taylor-Joy and Chris Hemsworth’s film is also very strong at 4 1/2 stars and has a 70% recommend. 68% of men gave the image a score of 87% while 32% of women gave it 81%. We hope all the kind words will pay off during the period from Friday to Sunday.

Meanwhile Alcon/Sony Garfield movie It posted $1.9 million in bids that started at 2pm yesterday at 3,243 locations. That’s slightly higher than last Thursday’s IF previews of $1.75 million. Garfield It’s expected to take in $30 million+ over four days. Garfield He is down 37% with RT critics. The general audience was 58%, parents 19% and children under 12 23%. General audiences gave the motion picture 3 1/2 stars while parents and children gave it 4 1/2 stars. In general, women outnumber men Garfield By 55% to 45%.

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Angels Studios Vision Rated 4 1/2 stars and 68% definitely recommend. The female is 64% heavy. The 55+ demo came in at 47% – not surprising here for a faith-based film.

Elsewhere, Paramount if It finished its first week with $42.5 million, which is 8% less than the last PG live-action title, jump, Which recorded revenues in the first week of $46.4 million. The international film, which also had mixed CGI animation, finished its US/Canada run with $108 million. There has never been a sequel greenlit for the big screen. if It hopes to make -50% relief from its opening price of $33.7 million. jump Decreased by -43%. to remember jump It was an Easter title played three weeks after the Holy Weekend.

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