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'Scream' schlägt mit 36 ​​Millionen US-Dollar 4 Tage lang laut auf, 'Spider-Man: No Way Home' drängt an 'Black Panther' vorbei

SATURDAY AM UPDATE: Refresh for more analysis and Diagramm…We can complain about Omicron, but I wouldn’t necessarily complain that the variant is spoiling the box office as Paramount/Spyglass Media’s Schreien had a robust first day of $ 13.3M auf dem Weg zu einem $ 31.5M 3-day and $ 36M 4-day at 3,664 theaters. That 4-day beats Mutter, the previous high opening for a horror movie over MLK, and overall Schreien‘s 3-day isn’t far from its previous sequel opening highs, Schrei 2 which did $32.9M back in 1997 and Schrei 3 which made $34.7M back in 2000.

Schreien received a B+ CinemaScore with PostTrak audiences giving it a 79% positive and a 61% recommend. The pic played best in the East, West, and South Central, with twenty locations we hear grossing a $25K+ first day, which is very good. Audience leaned 56% male, with close to 80% under 34 years old, indicating that the movie is appealing toward a younger generation. The largest demo was 25-34 year olds at 36%. Diversity draw was 38% Caucasian, 36% Latino and Hispanic, 14% Black, & 12% Asian/other.

Sony will be reporting their figures soon, but many see Spider-Man: Kein Weg nach Hause clicking past $ 705M after the holiday weekend, which would make it the 4th highest movie of all time at the domestic box office, besting Schwarzer Panther‘s $700M.

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FREITAG AM UPDATE: Paramount-Spyglass Media Schreien gemacht $ 3.5M ab Donnerstagabend-Previews, die um 7 Uhr in rund 3,000 Kinos begannen.

Das ist eine gesunde Einstellung für einen Horrorfilm während der Pandemie, der hinterherläuft Halloween Kills und A Quiet Place PArt II‘s Thursday nights, which were $4.8M each, and not too far behind pre-pandemic MLK weekend thriller Glas, which did $3.7M in 2019. Glas saw a three-day of $40M, but don’t go comping Schreien to that M. Night Shyamalan title yet, given the erratic moviegoer attendance during the pandemic.

Scream soll an den heimischen Kinokassen mit 20 Millionen US-Dollar eröffnen

The reboot-sequel directed by Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett arguably is the only marquee draw until Feb. 4, along with whatever remaining dollars Spider-Man: Kein Weg nach Hause harkt ein; dann hat Lionsgate Roland Emmerichs Mondfall und Paramount hat Esel für immer. Die Hoffnung ist das Schrei, Mit einer Rotten Tomatoes-Bewertung von 76 % für frische Kritiker und einer Publikumsbewertung von 90 % kann er in vier Tagen alles in der Höhe von 20 Millionen US-Dollar hinter sich lassen. Das wäre ein schöner Start in die Feiertage auf einem Pandemiemarkt; die höchste Eröffnung über das MLK-Wochenende für einen Horrorfilm, der Universal ist Mutter, which did $32.1M in 2013. The biggest opening for a horror movie during the pandemic belongs to Universal/Blumhouse/Miramax’s Halloween-Kills, was im Oktober 49.4 Millionen Dollar einbrachte. Das war mit einer integrierten Day-and-Date-Verfügbarkeit von Peacock zu Hause, aber auch, als mehr Blockbuster hintereinander in den Kinos liefen. Halloween Kills blieb unter 100 Millionen Dollar mit 92 Millionen Dollar in den USA.

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Paramount und Spyglass Media kofinanziert Schreien bei 24 Millionen Dollar vor P&A.

Darüber hinaus hielt Paramount gestern Abend eine Schreien Opening Night Fan Event at select theaters nationwide, which featured a live Q&A with actor David Arquette, Bettinelli-Olpin and Gillett and Schreien executive producer and creator Kevin Williamson, as well as a pre-taped talent intro and extended bonus content featuring the new cast with behind-the-scenes footage. That event took place at 5 p.m. PT, 7 p.m. CT and 8 p.m. ET at participating theaters.

'Spider-Man: No Way Home' Beats 'Star Wars: Force Awakens' box office opening

Sony/Marvels Spider-Man: Kein Weg nach Hause aufgenommen $ 2.1M am Donnerstag in 4,012 Kinos, -4% ab Mittwoch, der bis zum Ende der 4. Woche anhält $ 677.95M. The Jon Watts-directed movie will become the fifth-highest-grossing movie at the domestic box office today, passing 2018’s Avengers: Infinity War, was 678.8 Millionen Dollar ausmacht. Disney/Marvels Schwarzer Panther ranks as the fourth-biggest movie stateside with $700.4M.

In second place was Illumination/Universal’s Singe 2 mit einem geschätzten $ 555K on Thursday, +3%, for a running total through the end of Week 3 of $ 111M.

The other wide release this weekend is Gkids’ Schöne at 1,300 locations. The movie opened Wednesday in 130 theaters, has expanded to 995 sites and counts a two day total of $ 335K. Pic will play in 40 Imax auditoriums this weekend as well as venues such as The Landmark in LA, BAM in NYC and The Roxie in San Francisco.

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