Busy Days At The Box Office Amid Several New Releases

Top Gun: Maverick or Minions Rise of The Gru are not the only ones making history. Some other credible projects are trying to follow the same destiny. However in the same process, some big projects have been left out.

The Elvis Royalty

Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis therefore has been doing a fair business since the release. Reportedly, Elvis broke the opening day record set by Top Gun: Maverick. Elvis made a staggering $31 million on the opening day. It further collected another $19 million by the last weekend. It now stands at almost $72 million with an estimation of crossing the $100 million mark. 

Jurassic World Crosses $800 M

Jurassic World Dominion has gathered up a total of almost $824 million up till now. It further attained a $492 million internationally. However we can expect it to not make the $1 billion mark. Regardless of that, Colin and Emily’s dinosaur movie is considered to be a hit so far at every theatre in the world. 

The Black Phone has earned $50 million domestically and $75 million overseas. At the last weekend it recorded around $12.2 million. The Bad Guys has been in business as well. This DreamWorks’ animation project has earned $245 million globally. A $96 million was recorded domestically but the $100 million mark is expected to be achieved. 

Lightyear Dulled

However things are not looking good for Lightyear. Pixar’s Lightyear obtained a lacklustre $105 million in a total of 17 days. Thats even less than Minions Rise of The Gru’s opening weekend total. A $191 million overseas mark is achieved by the Chris Evans movie but its debatable that it would reach the $250 million landmark. 

Although we have to look out for the Marvel movies. Doctor Strange and in The Multiverse of Madness was a big hit. It has made a staggering  $909 million both domestically and internationally. Thor: Love and Thunder is also on its way to rock the Box Office. Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is also expected to be launched this year. This would allow MCU to yet again rule the Box Office. Marvel has set a $1 billion mark for each movie. 

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