A Quiet Place 2 movie hits record opening


A Quiet Place 2, the thriller written and directed by John Krasinski and starring Emily Blunt, had a record opening at the box office.

John Krasinski starring Emily Blunt Paramount The post-apocalyptic thriller A Quiet Place 2 is a huge success. threw. The sequel to the 2018 production of A Quiet Place, the production met the expectations by reaching $ 57 million at the box office last weekend. Some experts even estimate that the film will reach $60 million in its four-day run. Thus, Godzilla vs., which grossed $48.5 million in its first five days. It surpassed Kong to become the biggest opening movie of the pandemic. The film, released on May 28, 45 days later Paramount+ It will be released on the platform.

A Quiet Place 2 movie hits record opening

A Quiet Place 2 became the biggest opening movie of the pandemic

Directed by John Krasinski, the estimated four-day earnings exceed the revenue of the first film in the series to gross $ 45 million. It also breaks down previous predictions that the movie will make $ 30 million over the weekend. Last Friday alone, it grossed $19.4 million. A Quiet Place II has certainly reinforced the industry’s confidence that cinema is back after more than a year of uncertainty due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

It will be a sequel to the 2018 horror movie directed by John Krasinski. A Quiet Place 2will focus on the struggle of mother Evelyn and her children, Marcus and Regan, who survived their struggle against sound-sensitive creatures in their hometown, and their efforts to survive in the outside world, where the only danger is not creatures that hunt with sound. The cast of the film includes famous names such as Emily Blunt (Evelyn Abbott), Millicent Simmonds (Regan Abbott), Cillian Murphy (Emmett), Noah Jupe (Marcus Abbott) and Djimon Hounsou.

Among other movies released over the weekend, Disney’s Cruella, in which Emma Stone plays the villain, is estimated to gross $20 million by Sunday and $26 million by Monday. The film grossed $7.7 million on Friday, May 28. Directed by Craig Gillespie and set in 1970s London, the film gives a punk rock spin to the events of 101 Dalmatians.


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