‘Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccon City’ grosses $ 2.5 million on first day in US

‘Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccon City’ debuted at No.5 in the United States during the Thanksgiving holiday, which took place on Wednesday the 24th.

The film opened for $ 2.5 million and is expected to gross $ 7.7 million over the weekend and $ 11.9 million for five days of vacation.

The franchise’s first film was released in May 2002 and grossed $ 17.7 million over the weekend.

The ‘Encanto’ animation opened with $ 7.5 million, including previews on Tuesday.

According to Deadline, the lowest-earning animation over the holidays was Pixar’s “The Good Dinosaur” (2015), which still opened with $ 9.76 million and racked up $ 55.4 million at the end of the five-day vacation.

While “Encanto” doesn’t guarantee a surprising opening for a Disney animation, the title managed to overtake the highly anticipated “Casa Gucci,” which earned $ 4.2 million on its first day of airing in the United States. . In addition, projections indicate that “Casa Gucci” could earn US $ 14.3 million by the end of the first three days of exposure, and US $ 21.7 million in five.

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The feature film will be released in national theaters on December 2.

Production will adapt the storyline of the first two games and, like the original, will take place in 1998 and feature the events of Raccoon City surrounded by zombies. Spencer Mansion and the Raccoon City Police Department will appear in the film.

The feature film received a high Rated-R rating (ages 17 and up) for “Intense Gory Violence and Adult Language”.

The cast also includes Kaya Scodelario as Claire Redfield, Tom Hopper as Albert Wesker, Avan Jogia as Leon and Lily Gao as Ada Wong, Neal McDonough as William Birkin, Chad Rock as that of Richard Aiken and Donal Logue in that of Brad Vickers.

In addition to directing, Johannes Roberts writes the screenplay alongside Greg Russo (“Mortal Kombat 2021”).

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