‘A Quiet Place – Part II’ rallied at the US box office and grossed $ 58.5 million over the long weekend.
The result was not far from the $ 60 million the film had to raise BEFORE the pandemic.
For comparison, the sequel grossed $ 48.3 million over the three weekend days compared to the original film’s $ 50 million over the same period – which is impressive considering the period of pandemic in which we live today.
The film was screened in 3,726 theaters.
‘Cruella’ is currently showing in 3,892 theaters and grossed $ 26.5 million over the four-day vacation, a solid result considering the release also on Disney + streaming.
It should be remembered that “A Silent Place – Part II” will have a window of only 45 days, being broadcast exclusively in theaters before being launched on the streaming service of Paramount +.
The film hits nationwide theaters on June 24.
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John Krasinski directs. The Abbott family is once again faced with terror in the world as they struggle to survive in silence. Forced to venture into the unknown, they soon realize that the creatures that hunt by sound aren’t the only threats watching them along the sandy path.
The new film will feature the return of Emily Blunt, Millicent Simmonds and Noah Jupe, as well as the introduction of newcomers Djimon Hounsou and Cillian Murphy.
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