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Red Door gives ‘Indiana Jones’ a run for its money – Deadline

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Red Door gives ‘Indiana Jones’ a run for its money – Deadline

FRIDAY AFTERNOON UPDATE: Sony/Stage 6 Films/Blumhouse’s Secret: The Red Door it looks scary Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny away from No. 1 after setting franchise best previews last night with $5 million. For now, it seems 13.25 million dollars today (including previews) for Patrick Wilson’s fifth horror film starring and directed by a 26 million dollars filmed in 3188 cinemas. INDIA do you see 8 million dollars on the second Friday, -66%, for a weekend swing between 24-26 million dollars in 4600 locations, -59%. Too close to call at this point for both studios: Secretly is front loaded and INDIA could draw families on Saturday (However, many rivals are already calling The Red Door winner). However, even if The Red Door lands at #2, another great opening from a post-pandemic horror film, especially for Sony, which hasn’t had a major genre win in a long time, not to mention a $16 picture cash cow of Wilson and Rose Byrne. M cost of production before P&A.

At the highest end of its projection now, IndyThe total run can be increased to 120.7 million dollars by EOD on Sunday.

Coming in at number 6 is Lionsgate’s new entry Joy Ride with a low gas tank inside 2.6 million dollars today (including $1.1 million in previews) and an est 5.6 million dollars 3-day at 2820. This despite great reviews, right after the SXSW premiere, 91% certified fresh.

‘The Sound of Freedom’, Yessica Borroto Perryman, courtesy Everett Collection

Angel Studios’ Jim Caviezel thriller, The Sound of Freedom, it’s ringing 4.75 million dollars on the fourth day of publication, an i 15 million dollarsand 6-day load of 36.3 million dollars in 2,850 theaters. Hollywood may have a problem with right-wing groups buying tickets and handing them out to moviegoers, but the exhibit is over the moon with dough.

Disney/Pixar’s BaSiC you see the fourth friday of 2.6 million dollars-24%, for a fourth weekend of 8.4 million dollars-31%, and in total it will work until Sunday 107.9 million dollars.

of Sony Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse is estimated sixth Friday of 2.3 million dollars-32%, for a 3-day period 7.5 million dollars-38%, for a total of 357.1 million dollars.

Friday morning: Sony/Stage 6 Films/Blumhouse’s fifth film Secret: The Red Door almost closed Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny yesterday at the box office. PG-13 horror film starring and directed by Patrick Wilson 5 million dollars in previews in 2,806 countries that started showings at 4:00 p.m. This amount of money is very close to Indy gross, early estimates indicate ca 5.2 million dollars for the day in a terrible week that ended in 94.5 million dollars for the latest Disney/Lucasfilm sequel to gross $300 million. Secretly is big with women under 25, Indiana Jones with older men.

The Red Door posted the best previews ever for one Secretly defeated movie of 2018 Insidious: The Last Key ($1.98 million), and $1.6 million that Undercover: Chapter 2 AND 3 each earned.

Indy with its PLFs and Imax screen holders is expected to ease around -60% to industry estimates with 24 million dollars — but don’t underestimate the living power of The Red Door which the pursuit has about 22 million dollars. It’s going to be a fun 4th of July weekend before Paramount/Skydance blows the fuse Mission Impossible – Dead Reckoning – Part One Wednesday. That said, remember that horror movies are front-loaded and tend to come out on a Saturday. That said, Insidious: The Last Key saw a -13% drop in its first Saturday vs. Friday (which included previews).

2013 ofcorrect Chapter 2 owns the highest opening for a film in the 13-year-old horror franchise with $40.2 million. However, the fourth part, Insidious: The Last Key, it did very well on a $10 million production cost with a $29.5 million opening.

now, Indiana JonesThe first week in 4600 theaters is ahead There is no time to die$75.2 million (the picture closes at $160.8 million). Remember, the 007 finale opened at a time when everyone was still worried about returning to cinemas during the pandemic.

The critics were never great Secretly movies: The first was 66% fresh on Rotten Tomatoes, but the second, 2018 Insidious: The Last Key scored 33%. Yet the franchise has never been cursed by reviews to the point where it can’t be a cash cow; The Red Door it costs $16 million before P&A. Critics gave the latest chapter here, which also stars series star Rose Byrne, a 45% Rotten, while RT’s audience currently has it at 72% – which is higher than the original film (62%) and The last key (50%).

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From left: Sabrina Wu, Ashley Park, Sherry Cola and Stephanie Hsu in “Joy Ride”

Ed Araquel/Lionsgate

Lionsgate and Point Grey’s Joy Ride also held previews last night and Wednesday at 18:00 which arrived 1.1 million dollars. The R-rated Asian American comedy directed by Adele Lim is looking for $7-9M at 2,820 locations. Set: R-rated Girls trip in 2017 it made $1.7 million in previews — but Joy Ride is not expected to follow the box office path of that picture, which had a $31.2 million opening. Joy RideThe extended preview here is superior to last summer’s Asian American comedy Jo Koy, Easter Sunday, which was PG-13 and grossed $500K for a $5.4M opening weekend.

‘Sound of Freedom’, Amazon Prime Video/Courtesy Everett Collection

What’s next: Angel Studios’ Jim Caviezel thriller The Sound of Freedom after posting an opening day of $11.5M on July 4, plus another $2.5M in crowd-funded dollars, it dropped like a stone on Wednesday with $3.6M down -69%, but held steady on Thursday with a estimated rating 3.5 million dollars in 2634 cinemas, -5% from Wednesday, for a Tuesday-Thursday total of 21.3 million dollars. It wouldn’t be shocking if the pic’s total hits $30 million by Sunday. The box-office phenomenon here is that there is a lot of right-wing group money pouring into the crowd-funded picture, with moviegoers getting in for free. However, it is business for cinemas.

Disney/Pixar’s BaSiC was third Thursday at 3,650 with $2M, +4% from Wednesday, but second for the week with a $22M third section (ahead of Sony Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse$21.2 million in its fifth week). BaSiC stands at 99.4 million dollars in terms of cume, while Spidey it is 349.6 million dollars. The latter’s Thursday was $1.75 million, -6% from Wednesday in 3,405 theaters.

The Fifth Thursday was Jennifer Lawrence’s R-rated Sony comedy. No hard feelings, with about $970K, -11% from Wednesday, for a second week of $13.3M and a total of $35.1M. The film has already surpassed the domestic gross of Sony’s R-rated comedy Scarlett Johansson. rough night which ended with $22.1 million.

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