‘Furiosa’ earns $3.5M, ‘Garfield’ earns $1.9M in previews

Friday Afternoon: Ugh, that’s too bad. Warner Bros.’ Anger 4 days is the lowest opening for a Memorial Day movie in 41 years $31M-$35M. How is that sacred? If the George Miller-directed prequel comes in on the low end, the last time a No. 1 movie or Memorial Day opening title posted the lowest 4-day total was in 1983. Return of the Jedi When it grossed $30.5M – that was a lot of money back then.

If Anger Hitting the high end of its current range with $35M, it was the lowest Memorial Day weekend opening since 1984. Indiana Jones and the Temple It made $33.9M. Those 80s totals are not adjusted for inflation.

Anya Taylor-Joy in 'Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga'

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Anger Looking at the rating $11M Today (including the preview) and around $27.5M 3,804 theaters for 3 days including IMAX. We gave Disney/Lucasfilm for all hell Solo: A Star Wars Story Zees, which had a $103M 4-day debut in the pre-Covid 2018 era, looks very rich in comparison. Before we pull Furiosa’s hand, we’ll let her live a little and see where the night and weekend take her before this Anya Taylor-Joy and Chris Hemsworth frontman becomes judge, jury and executioner.

It’s a little mind boggling how bad the pre-reception is Anger But then again dystopian motorcycle and truck tattooed desert mob movies aren’t for everyone. RelishMix shows mixed positive word of mouth on the film, despite a 37% increase in the social media universe for the sci-fi/action genre at 387M across TikTok, Facebook, X, YouTube and Instagram. Hemsworth boasts 97.6 million fans and posts videos with 88.3 million views, while Taylor-Joy boasts 10.9 million fans with 62.7 million video views on her Instagram.

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I recently learned that Warner Bros. is all on Anger Sans co-sponsors Village Roadshow were involved Mad Max: Fury Road. The sequel cost $168M before P&A.

Garfield (voiced by Chris Pratt).  and his dad (voiced by Samuel L. Jackson) in 'The Garfield Movie'


Meanwhile, Alcon/Sony’s Garfield movie is showing $8M Today (including the preview), $24M Friday-Sunday and $30M-$32M 4-day across 4,035 theaters including PLF. On a 3-day basis, that would be early 2004 Garfield: The Movie ($21.7M). The 20th Century Fox film ended its run with $75.3M. Remember when we told you that Garfield can win Anger? Well….some people don’t believe me to be true Anger There are Imax, Dolby, D-box and some PLFs,

Despite having a new children’s movie on the market, Paramount’s second weekend IF Screening in 4,068 theatres $4.5M Friday, Day 3 $16.8M-50%, 4-day $21.7Mand running totals $64.2M.

Fourth is the third weekend of 20th Century Studios Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes with $3.4M today, $12.8M 3-day, -50%, 4-day $16.3M and will run in total through Sunday $125.7M

Universal’s fourth weekend The Fall Guy Looking at 2,955 $1.55M today, $5.5M Fri-Sun, -34%, $7M 4-day and total run in fifth place $73.2M By the end of Sunday. The Ryan Gosling-Emily Blunt movie is available to buy and rent digitally.

Angel Studios vision 2,100 theaters are booking and collecting $1M today, $2.8M More than 3 days and $3.5M More than 4 days. The film stars Greg Kinnear and Terry Chen and follows the inspiring true story of Ming Wang, a poor Chinese prodigy who leaves Communist China to become a pioneering eye surgeon in the United States. As he works to restore the sight of an orphan blinded by his stepfather, he must face the trauma of living through the violent upheaval of the Cultural Revolution in his youth.

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Friday morning: Even though there are more films in the market, we are still feeling the after effects of the strikes. How is that? Many people still aren’t in the habit of watching movies, and while content is king, none of this weekend’s releases are expected to make a splash: one is a prequel/spinoff starring a new Oscar-winning actress, and the other is a family movie about an aging comic strip cat eating lasagna. Don’t expect a $200M+ four-day weekend like the last two Memorial Day holiday frames have delivered.

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Frontispiece by George Miller of Warner Bros Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga It made $3.5M in 3,400 locations as it opened previews at 3 p.m.

of 2015 Max Max Fury Road Posting previews of $3.7M in May 2015, it opened at 7pm and took $45.4M that weekend, no. Opened at 2 p.m. The film opened with a multiple of 3.3 times. That is the belief in this film Queen’s Gambit Star Anya Taylor-Joy steps in for Charlize Theron in this desert dystopian epic about Mad Max’s sidekick (and Furiosa is arguably the last film’s bass, depending on who you ask). Anger It is expected to post $40M in its four days.

Unlike Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny, The big Hollywood premiere at Cannes last year was knifed by critics. Anger New in RT beat many with 89% certification. knock on wood, Anger The audience meter on Rotten Tomatoes is 96%. The Taylor-Joy and Chris Hemsworth film is 4 1/2 stars and 70% recommended when ScreenEngine/ComScore post track exit. 68% males gave the film 87% marks while 32% females gave 81% marks. I hope all the good words will pay off during the Friday to Sunday period.

Meanwhile Alcon/Sony’s Garfield movie It posted $1.9M in shows that started at 3,243 locations at 2pm yesterday. That’s slightly higher than last Thursday’s IF previews of $1.75M. Garfield Expected to do $30M+ in four days. Garfield 37% rotten with RT critics. General audience 58%, parents 19% and children under 12 23%. General viewers gave the animated film 3 1/2 stars, while parents and children gave it 4 1/2 stars. Overall there are more women than men Garfield 55% to 45%.

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Angel’s Studios vision Received 4 1/2 stars and 68% definite recommendation. Female weight is 64%. The 55+ demo came in at 47% – not surprising given the faith-based film.

Elsewhere, Paramounts IF First week ends with $42.5M, 8% behind the last PG live-action title, hop, It took $46.4M in its first week. The Universal film, mixed with CGI animation, ended its US/Canada run with $108M. No sequel is greenlit on the big screen. IF It hopes to drop -50% from its $33.7M opening. Hop -43% down. remember Hop An Easter title that played for three weeks over the holy weekend.

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