F9 Fuels the Box Office Resurrection With the Largest Opening Since the Pandemic

0

F9 Fuels the Box Office Resurrection With the Largest Opening Since the Pandemic.

According to industry estimates released Sunday, “F9” had the greatest opening weekend of any film since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.

The latest installment in the long-running and enormously profitable “Fast & Furious” franchise greatly outperformed the $48.3 million opening weekend of “A Quiet Place Part II,” according to Comscore.

“A Quiet Place Part II” came in second place with $6.2 million from Friday to Sunday in US and Canadian theaters.”

With $4.875 million, “The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard” came in third, followed by “Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway” with $4.85 million and “Cruella” with $3.725 million.

“The Conjuring 3: The Devil Made Me Do It” ($2.92 million), “In the Heights” ($2.23 million), “Spirit Untamed” ($1.03 million), “12 Mighty Orphans” ($591,917), and “Nobody” ($560,000) rounded out the top ten domestic releases, according to Comscore.

Share.

Comments are closed.