A movie pairing almost as unlikely “Barbie” and “Oppenheimer,” Martin Scorsese Take on Taylor Swift In cinemas this weekend. The weekend has come and gone. box The second time around, the office was owned by “Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour,” Scorsese’s “Killers of the Flower Moon” Get in touch off to a strong start in Apple Studios’ first major theatrical gambit.
After a record-breaking opening weekend $92.8 million, “Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour” The estimated revenue was $31 million AMC Theaters reports that 3,855 theaters will be open over the weekend. In an unconventional dealThe theater chain distributes Swift’s concert film, and playing it only Thursdays through Sundays.
Swifties were rushing to the cinemas on the opening weekend when advance ticket sales accounted for a high percentage of all sales. The sales dropped by 67% during the second weekend. This could indicate that “The Eras Tour” It was primarily a phenomenon of the opening weekend.
The following are some of the ways to get in touch with each other “The Eras Tour” The movie has been a unique event. It became the highest-grossing concert film in North America within days. It’s quickly accumulated $129.8 million domestically.
There’s more to it “Killers of the Flower Moon,” A historical crime thriller about murders that took place against the Osage people in the 1920s. The film, which costs at least $200 million Apple Studios’ largest production to date is “to make”. The streamer and Apple Studios partnered with Paramount Pictures releases Scorsese’s adaptation of David Grann’s bestseller in 3,628 theaters, with Apple TV+ plans to stream the movie at a future date that hasn’t been revealed.
“Killers of the Flower Moon” debuted with $23 millionThe 80-year old’s third-best opening was a record for him ScorseseFollowing “Shutter Island” ($41 million The year 2010 is a good time to buy a new car. “The Departed” ($26.9 million The year 2006 was a good one. Although Scorsese’s latest opus, starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Lily Gladstone and Robert De Niro, will have a hard road to reaching profitability, it’s a successful launch for a 206-minute-long adult-skewing drama – a type of movie that, outside “Oppenheimer,” The struggle to get the box Office in recent years
You can also read about how to get in touch with us. “Killers of the Flower Moon,” with rave reviewsAn “A-” The CinemaScore of the audience and the support from a strong Oscar campaign should continue to be a positive factor over the long term. It added $21 million overseas.
“Killer of the Flower Moon” This is also the best debut wide release for a film by a streaming company. Netflix (which funded Scorsese’s last narrative feature, “The Irishman,” Apple and Amazon (which last year acquired MGM) have adopted a more extensive theatrical strategy.
Apple has said that it will spend $1 billion annually on films, first for theatrical release and then streaming. Apple is also behind Ridley Scott’s upcoming “Napoleon,” with Sony Pictures has partnered with Joaquin Phoenix to distribute his film on November 22nd. with Universal for Matthew Vaughn’s “Argylle,” Due out February 2.
Paramount initially signed up for producing and distributing “Killers of the Flower Moon,” The deal was a transitional one with Apple costs rose for project that was shot during pandemic.
“If ‘flexibility’ is the new mantra of the theatrical movie business, then this is a significant success — it establishes a viable option for the companies,” David A. Gross, who runs movie consulting firm Franchise Entertainment Research and said that the “Killers of the Flower Moon” launch.
As dissimilar as “Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour” You can also find out more about the following: “Killers of the Flower Moon” are, they’re alike in their extended run times. A double features of the weekend’s top two movies would have taken you six hours and 14 minutes, not counting ads and trailers.
“Killers of the Flower Moon” The movie also attracted more younger moviegoers than expected. Paramount stated that 44% were younger than 30.
“Exorcist: The Believer,” The horror sequel, directed by David Gordon Green came in third place. with $6.7 million In its third weekend. The Universal and Blumhouse film grossed $54.2 million domestically.
“PAW Patrol: The Mighty Movie” The No. 4 with $4.3 million In its fourth weekend. The fifth spot went to the rerelease of Tim Burton’s “The Nightmare Before Christmas,” This collection collected $4,1 million It’s 30 years since the first time it landed on movie screens.
Comscore has estimated ticket sales from Friday through Sunday in U.S. and Canadian cinemas. The final domestic figures will be announced on Monday.
1. “Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour,” $31 million.
2. “Killers of the Flower Moon,” $23 million.
3. “The Exorcist: Believer,” $5.6 million.
4. “Paw Patrol: The Mighty Movie,” $4.5 million.
5. “The Nightmare Before Christmas,” $4.1 million.
6. “Saw X,” $3.6 million.
7. “The Creator,” $2.6 million.
8. “Leo: Bloody Sweet,” $2.1 million.
9. “A Haunting in Venice,” $1.1 million.
10. “The Blind,” $1 million.