March 28, 2023
Weekend Box Office Results: Black Adam Threepeats Over a Slow Weekend

Weekend Box Office Results: Black Adam Threepeats Over a Slow Weekend

Not so long ago, theaters were looking to black adam be the big boom they needed to keep the numbers going through the fall season, and this movie is sure to end up being the highest-grossing movie of the fall. In the end, theaters also paid some bills with Smile, The female kingand even Halloween ends for about a weekend. Overall, though, this fall season is set to drop nearly $100 million from 2021, with the help of Venom, james bond, Shang Chiand halloween kills (for about a week.) black adam will pave the way for one more weekend, but that’s now Black Panther what they have in mind.

Harvest King: black adam Threepeats on a slow weekend

Where does that leave black adam then? Definitely in the top spot for a third straight week, which is about the only thing DC and WB can lead with in their headlines. It earned $18.5 million in its third frame, bringing its 17-day total to $137 million, good enough for ninth place all-time among October releases. But it’s still not more advanced than last year no time to die ($133.2 million) and still far behind Marvel Eternals ($150.7 million). Optimistically, its third weekend was higher than those films’ $12.2 and $11 million, respectively, but the final estimate between $160 and $170 million is still the likely scenario and not nearly. what Warner Bros. needs, with its international total currently at an additional $182 million. Its worldwide total stands at $319 million and it will need at least $500 million to break even. It is now Warner Bros.’ fourth film. since 2020 leading the box office for three consecutive weeks and failing to reach $200 million. hard to blame Principle, Wonder Woman 1984and Godzilla vs. Kong for not achieving this during the pandemic. boobies rich asian was the last to do so for the studio in 2019, and it only cost $30 million compared to Adams’ nearly $200 million budget.

The Top 10 and beyond: One Piece Movie: Red Enjoys another strong anime debut

Crunchyroll’s One Piece Movie: Red may not have quite the fan base that their dragonball and demon slayer films have made over the past two years, opening with over $21 million each. But $9.4 million isn’t a big deal, considering their last A play film, stampede, opened to just $357,740 across 541 theaters in October 2019, for a per-theater average of just $661. A PTA of $4,003 in 2,367 is more like that. Red even exceeded black adam Friday. The last two wide releases from the anime studio, Dragon Ball Super: Super heroes and My Hero Academia: World Heroes Missionhaven’t doubled their opening weekend, so Red may end up with less than $20 million, but it’s still a hell of a win, and we should continue to see them in the future.

The big-screen comedy was said to be barely breathing a month ago, but the George Clooney/Julia Roberts vehicle ticket to paradise continues to retain its audience. A 14% drop to $8.5 million over the weekend brings its total to over $46 million. This is over a million ahead of horse racing drama Secretariat, which also had a $7 million third weekend and ended with $59.7 million. If the numbers keep holding up, Heaven should end up with just over $60 million. The film would end up grossing over $150 million worldwide. It now sits at $137.2 million and will take around $170 million to turn a profit in theaters, thanks to a $60 million price tag. But still good for theaters.

More in the now post-Halloween horror arena, Smile continues its run toward $100 million, a milestone the film is expected to hit next weekend. This weekend, it brought in another $4 million to get over $99 million. In its sixth weekend, it managed to overtake the second weekend of prey for the devil, which grossed $3.8 million for a total of $13.6 million. The last large version of Daniel Stamm, The Last Exorcismgrossed over $41 million in 2010 after opening at $20.3 million. Terrifying 2 continues to be one of the horror stories of the year, with a fifth consecutive week in the top 10. It is now just under $10 million after earning another $1.2 million. Halloween ends, meanwhile, earned just another $1.1 million and brought his total to $63.4 million. The film must gross $64.16 million or it will hold the record for the worst opening weekend multiple at final gross for a feature released in more than 3,000 theaters. 2009 Friday 13 currently holds this record with a 1.6022.

Finally, let’s catch up with the limited releases that have recently started spreading across the country. by James Gray armageddon time jumped into 1,006 theaters over the weekend and only grossed $810,000 for Focus. The same studio was hoping for more from their big Oscar hopeful, Todd Field’s Warehouse, which brought in an additional $670,000 over the weekend to bring its total to just $3.7 million. They may be wondering if they should have held it off for another month and let it culminate in the heart of awards season. Release of AU Until fell 31% to $1.87 million, bringing its total gross to $6.5 million. Most successful when first launched on a large scale, Martin McDonagh’s The Banshees of Inisherin, which grossed $2 million from 895 theaters to finish in sixth place and also topped $3 million. It is a path similar to what Mary, Queen of Scots with Saoirse Ronan did so in December 2018. A $194,777 opening at four theaters (Banshees made $184,454 in four), followed by $699,745 in 66 theaters (Banshees made $535,170 in ’58), then $2.27 million in 795 theaters over weekend three. Married then got some help over the holidays, but surely Searchlight would like to see Banshees keep it up, because that movie ended up grossing $16.4 million.

On the vine: Black Panther: Wakanda Forever seems to dominate

The holiday movie season begins in earnest next week with the first of two guaranteed box office hits, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. The first film opened with over $202 million in February 2018 and was the third highest-grossing film of all time until Avengers, Endgame, Spider-Man: No Coming Homeand Top Gun: Maverick exceeded it. Still one of six films to gross over $700 million domestically, the film promises to be emotional after losing its king, Chadwick Boseman. How far will the public throw this one?

Full list of box office results: November 4-6, 2022



black adam

  • $18.3 million ($137 million total)



One Piece Movie Red

  • $9.48 million ($9.48 million total)



ticket to paradise

  • $8.55 million ($46.8 million total)




  • $3.99 million ($99.1 million total)



prey for the devil

  • $3.9 million ($13.7 million total)



Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile

  • $3.37 million ($36.6 million total)



The Banshees of Inisherin

  • $2.05 million ($3.1 million total)




  • $1.85 million ($6.56 million total)



Halloween ends

  • $1.4 million ($63.5 million total)



Terrifying 2

  • $1.1 million ($9.77 million total)

Erik Childress can be heard weekly rating the box office on Business First AM with Angela Miles and her Movie Madness podcast.

[box office figures via Box Office Mojo]

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