Meanwhile, Disney’s Cruella, which is also available on Disney + Premier for $ 29.99, gross 1,4 M$ last night.
A Quiet Place, Part II, who plays Krasinski again with his wife Emily Blunt, is booked in 3,700 theaters and also stars in Imax, Dolby and PLF. The previews began Thursday at 5 p.m. Paramount is hoping for a 4 days north of $ 30 million. Cruella plays on 3,892 sites and is expected to make around $ 17 million, although rival studios see a much higher figure.
Paramount is arguably the first studio to start releasing preview numbers Thursday night. Many were reluctant to do so, even after returning from the show, as the numbers weren’t so robust. However, this weekend marks the start of summer with a steady supply of produce. A Quiet Place, Part IIThe best theaters in came from Los Angeles, Salt Lake City, New York, Phoenix, El Paso, Austin, Pharr (Texas), Albuquerque, Fresno (California) and Dallas.
As for the biggest opening day since late March 2020, when the pandemic in earnest began, it belongs to Legendary’s Warner Bros. / HBO Max release. Godzilla vs. Kong, which grossed $ 9.6 million in 2,409 theaters or $ 3,980 per location. This monster movie went on to release a $ 31.6 million 3-day and a $ 48.1-million 5-day, and it’s the best start we’ve seen during Covid. New Line / HBO Max’s Mortal combat ranks as the second best opening day and weekend of the pandemic with $ 9 million and $ 23.3 million, respectively.
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