In a truly unusual feat for any Monday at the box office, the second film from last weekend beat the first opening image. Specifically, Paramount Sonic the Hedgehog 2 $ 4.5 million yesterday, compared to Warner Brothers The Fantastic Beasts: Dumbledore’s Secrets$3.68 million.
Essentially, 41% of K-12 schools were on vacation on Easter Monday, according to Comscore; That’s the halo effect we’re seeing at the box office, especially with two family movies. Another added into the mix on Friday: DreamWorks Animation/Universal’s the wicked.
Who said families don’t want to go back to the movies as the pandemic escalates? Enough of all the talk about changing consumer habits. This week is a strong week for spring break across the country, with Comscore also noting that K-12 schools are off 16% today, 15% on Wednesdays and Thursdays and 17% on Fridays.
In the first four days, Dumbledore He made $45.8 million US dollars. During Sunday, J.K. Rowling’s revised international film gross was $150.7 million, meaning the film is somewhere north of $200 million worldwide. Industry estimates think Dumbledore Even though the US/Canada low franchise opened at $42.1 million, it could still command $100 million, a figure that would be vulnerable to sufficiency, especially with a lot of products on the market before. Doctor Strange in a multiverse of madness. DumbledoreThe US on Monday was up 56% of its $8.3 million on Sunday.
Meanwhile, on the second Monday of Sonic the Hedgehog 2 It’s up 4.6% from the first Monday of the sequel, and +275% from the first Monday of the 2020 movie (Wow). Sonic 2Its operating cost is $123.4 million in 11 days, which is 15% ahead of sonic the hedgehog compared to the same frame; This pic ended up priced at $148.9 million.
Monday’s performance was also good was A24 Everything everywhere at once, which raised an estimated $930,000 (-50% from Sunday), bringing its fourth week total to $18.6 million. The film directed by Daniels is definitely headed north of $20 million.
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