Warcraft Movie Box Office Collection Prediction 2016: Duncan Jones’s Warcraft is off to a promising start overseas, following one of those “way before America” opening weekends that have now become the norm for FX-filled blockbusters. The $160 million Legendary/Universal/Comcast Corp. release earned $31.6 million in the first five days of release in twenty markets. It was the number one movie in 19 of those markets, even topping Alice Through the Looking Glass in a bunch of them. Oh, and the film earned $2.1m in 73 IMAX theaters alone.It opened with $10 million in Russia, giving it the second biggest debut of 2016 behind Deadpool. It snagged $5.9m in Germany and $4.5m in France. It got the fourth-biggest opening weekend ever for Universal in Sweden with a $1.2m debut. It topped the charts in Austria, Denmark (third-biggest of the year), Egypt, Hungary, Iceland, Indonesia, Latvia, Lebanon, Middle East, Norway, Pakistan, Slovenia, Switzerland, Thailand and the United Arab Emirates.The Philippines was the only market where it was number two, so let’s see if they get a Universal movie before everyone else again!
The film opens in 45 territories over the next two months. It has Belgium, Brazil, Italy, Netherlands, Serbia and Montenegro, Spain and the U.K. and Ireland next weekend, and it opens in America on the 10th. No, since some of you have asked, I haven’t seen it yet. But I’ve read enough “It’s terrible!” and “ It’s not that bad!” reviews from critics I trust to hope for the best.
Warcraft Movie Income Collection From US
The picture is directed by Duncan Jones (Moon, Source Code) and written by Charles Leavitt and Jones. The film stars Travis Fimmel, Paula Patton, Ben Foster, Dominic Cooper, Toby Kebbell, Ben Schnetzer, Rob Kazinsky and Daniel Wu. It is a Legendary Pictures, Blizzard Entertainment, and Atlas Entertainment production. Yes, I just copied the press release for that part of it, since why rewrite what is objectively factual information?The film, based on Blizzard Entertainment’s popular video game franchise, is hoping to cash in on the long-running fandom behind the video game that I’m not going to pretend to know that much about. I’ll be following this one closely over the next month or so for a couple of obvious reasons.First of all, it’s another attempt to craft an A-level franchise out of a video game. Second of all, it’s another case of a big and splashy action fantasy movie with uncertain box office prospects going out overseas way ahead of the American debut. Universal tried this back in 2012 with Battleship releasing overseas five weeks before the American debut.
Warcraft Movie 1st Week Box Office Collection
The “Warcraft” movie has earned $31 million in the box office for its overseas debut. The video game adaptation was released last week in different countries.Forbes reported that the “Warcraft” movie had a “promising start” internationally. The Legendary/Universal/Comcast Corp. film, which had a budget of $160 million, earned $31.6 million in the first five days of its release in 20 markets.The “Warcraft” movie box office earnings surpassed “Alice Through the Looking Glass.” It also gained $2.1 million in 73 IMAX theaters.It opened with $10 million in Russia, becoming the second biggest debut of 2016 after “Deadpool.” The “Warcraft” movie earned $5.9 million in Germany and $4.5 million in France.Jones’ film nabbed the fourth-biggest opening weekend for Universal in Sweden with $1.2 million for its debut. It also topped the charts in Austria, Denmark, Egypt, Hungary, Iceland, Indonesia, Latvia, Lebanon, Middle East, Norway, Pakistan, Slovenia, Switzerland, Thailand and the United Arab Emirates.