Cruise is a producer along with McQuarrie, J. A post with a box office update for only a single movie should be notable in some way e. You can check out all of the Friday estimates and we'll be back tomorrow morning with a complete look at the weekend. This weekend's forecast is directly below. The critical reception is one thing, but Fallout is also proving to be a great success at the box office. As I've said when they moved it to May, I believe they made that move as an attempt to force Disney into pushing Solo back. Simon Pegg, Rebecca Ferguson, Ving Rhames, Alec Baldwin, Michelle Monaghan, and Sean Harris are reprising their roles from previous films, while Cavill and Vanessa Kirby are joining the cast.
Declining ticket sales are obviously being offset by rising ticket prices here, but I think Fallout has a good chance of bucking that trend somewhat and actually selling more tickets than the previous film or at the very least, a similar amount. Here We Go Again slipped to No. Elsewhere, in South Korea, which is again a very strong market for the M:I franchise, Fallout should also see gains from Rogue Nation. With minimal competition standing in its way, the latest from director Christopher McQuarrie was able to stand tall and get off to a great start. Elsewhere, Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation dropped one place to No. Outside the top ten, Lionsgate and Summit are expanding the release of from 14 theaters last weekend into 523 this weekend and A24 is expanding Bo Burnham's into 158 locations +125 this weekend before the film goes wide next week.
Elsewhere, the musical comedy Mamma Mia! To the Movies, which debuted at No. This post will be updated on Friday morning with Thursday night preview results followed by Friday estimates on Saturday morning, and a complete weekend recap on Sunday morning. The film is a dystopian thriller set in a world where 98 percent of the children and young people are killed off by disease. The movie is well-timed for Warner Bros. It has been a while since a live-action tentpole received widespread praise. Just 19 percent of critics recommended the movies.
Yes, on Rotten Tomatoes and boasts the Marvel Studios pedigree, but the consensus was that was a lighter entry into the long-running franchise. With all the big Hollywood blockbusters now on release and the more prestigious awards-oriented movies still a couple of months from theaters, August release slots are often used by studios as a dumping ground for movies that aren't expected to do as well. Now that is no record. Fallout's success had an inevitable impact on last week's No. Six movie and 22 years in, keeps getting bigger.
However, it will open in other international markets over the next couple of months, so the box office take will be slower and more staggered. The film aims for the nostalgia of adult viewers while introducing younger ones to characters who have typically only been presented in the traditional, hand-drawn animated medium, according to Shawn Robbins of Box Office Pro. Just 36 percent of critics recommended the movie. This weekend's release of Fallout is likely to have a larger impact on the Denzel Washington-led actioner than on Mamma Mia! Worst case scenario, it winds up being the third best of the franchise, but lowest of the three most recent. Better exchange rates and higher ticket prices should offset any declines in ticket sales from Rogue Nation, but honestly I think it'll increase both in dollar gross and in ticket sales in a lot of overseas markets.
The second weekend only dropped 42. While making the new movie, Cruise jumped out of an airplane over the United Arab Emirates to shoot a key skydiving scene, composing the sequence from three selected takes. The opinions expressed are those of the writer. The animated Teen Titans Go! As long as the film is good, it should do, at the very least, comparably well to Rogue Nation. The good news for the movie is that it faces little direct competition in the children-family segment through Labor Day, according to Robbins. The film will then release in 20 additional markets throughout the month of August.
I have extensively written about all of said subjects for the last ten years. We'll take a closer look at things tomorrow morning once Friday estimates come in. As the last major blockbuster film of the summer season, Fallout is in great position to have a lucrative run throughout August. Every post needs a region tag in its title. All good signs as the film attempts to not only deliver the franchise's largest opening, but the largest opening for Tom Cruise as well. The movie version, produced by Warner Bros.
His childhood friend Pooh reappears and enlists him to help find their missing chums, Eeyore, Piglet and Tigger. The three-minute scene takes place above Paris at sunset as Cruise and Cavill skydived at 25,000 feet into a lightning storm. It makes absolutely zero sense. Sony Pictures released the pic, directed Wolfgang Groos, in Germany on Thursday, and it garnered 100,000 admissions over its opening weekend. Additionally, Fallout is the first M:I entry to be released in 3D, meaning it got a boost from the premium format prices.