July 4, 2022
'Fantastic Beasts 3' failed at the US box office

‘Fantastic Beasts 3’ failed at the US box office

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The North American box office did not encourage any film this weekend. But especially for a topic, numbers are translated as bad news.

More than a month after its debut in Brazil, comscore reports that “The Bad Guys” have finally arrived in the US and grossed $ 24 million over the weekend.

Despite that lead, DreamWorks animation’s new $ 80 million cartoon did not exactly succeed. The plot of the villainous mythical beast trying to do good grossed only $ 63.1 million in its expected overseas release, which reached $ 87.1 million worldwide.

“Sonic 2: The Movie” peaked at $ 15.2 million in the US and Canada, reaching $ 145.8 million domestically three weeks later. Worldwide, $ 110 million of video game adaptation already adds up to $ 287.2 million.

As a result, “Fantastic Beasts: Dumbledore’s Secret” was number one on its second weekend airing. Pushed from 1st to 3rd. $ 200 million Warner Bros. It lost 67% of its audience after its success in US theaters and has grossed $ 14 million in the last three days on 4,245 screens.

Domestic market numbers give the dimension of damage indicated by the film. Overall, Warner Bros. North America has an account for $ 67.1 million, but half of the proceeds goes to theater owners and there are still fees.

Overseas production is going well, where it adds up to $ 213.2 million, for a total of $ 280.3 million. To persuade the reader, the fantasy breakdown point for children is about $ 600 million.

As for this performance, it can be said that the rights that preceded “Harry Potter” did not complete its path designed for five films. Not even four pictures will come.

The first 5 ended with two introductions.

The Viking epic “The Man in the North” opened in 4th place with $ 12 million. Approved by critics with 89% approval on Rotten Tomatoes, the film was the most expensive of the careers of former indie Robert Ackers (director of “The Witch” and “The Lighthouse”), with budgets of $ 70 and $ 90, respectively. Millions. Therefore, it needs to perform better abroad to recoup its investment.

Currently, international revenue is $ 23.5 million and global revenue is $ 11 million. However, the film starring Alexander Scorskard, Anya Taylor-Joy, Ethan Hawke, Nicole Kidman, Willem Tofo and singer Bjர்க்rk has not yet arrived in many countries. In Brazil, the release is scheduled for May 12th.

“The Wait of Talent” closes the top 5 with $ 7.2 million, but it’s the cheapest product on the list. It only cost $ 30 million.

With Nicholas Cage starring in his best-selling version, the film grossed $ 2.4 million overseas and has now risen to $ 9.6 million. It has an 89% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes and is set to launch in Brazil on May 12th.