Warcraft Movie First Day Box Office Collection Review: The “Warcraft” movie stars Travis Fimmel, Paula Patton, Ben Foster, Dominic Cooper, Toby Kebbell, Ben Schnetzer, Rob Kazinsky and Daniel Wu. It is directed and written by David Bowie’s son, Duncan Jones, and co-written by Charles Leavitt.According to Deadline, the “Warcraft” movie earned $9.3 million through Thursday which increased to $16.3 million on Friday. Over the next two months, the film will still go through 45 markets including China.MNG noted, however, that the “Warcraft” movie’s box office performance is still considered moderate. It also fell short of the film’s hefty budget.There are speculations that the film’s mild U.S. reception is due to the less-than-stellar reviews of critics. It is believed that the movie would lag behind “The Conjuring 2,” “Now You See Me 2” as well as “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turles: Out of the Shadows.”The “Warcraft” movie’s performance in the international market definitely helped. It is highly likely that sales will rise even further when it debuts in more markets.
Universal’s Warcraft debuted at the top of the Russian box office over the weekend, landing the year’s second-biggest opening behind only Deadpool. Duncan Jones’ game-based movie grossed $10.4 million, taking a 63 percent market share.
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James Bobin’s Alice Through the Looking Glass debuted at No. 2. Disney’s new version of Lewis Carroll’s book took in $4.6 million.Fox’s X-Men: Apocalypse fell to third place. Bryan Singer’s fourth entry in the X-Men franchise grossed $1.3 million in its second frame for a cume of $9.4 million.Sony’s The Angry Birds Movie slipped to No. 4. The best-selling video game’s adaptation took in $711,000 in its third outing for a cume of $9.8 million.The local plane-crash blockbuster Ekipazh (Crew) fell to fifth place. The remake of Alexander Mitta’s 1979 movie of the same title grossed $176,000 in its sixth outing for a cume of $22.2 million.The summer movie season is currently in full swing, with kids and adults alike flocking to their local theaters to catch this summer’s crop of blockbusters. While superheroes and sequels will likely dominate the box office this summer, with Captain America: Civil War already crossing $1 billion worldwide, there is one non-superhero movie that a large section of fans have been waiting years for. In just a few weeks, Legendary will release the long-awaited video game adaptationWarcraft, which hits theaters on June 10. Earlier today, the first wave of reviews were posted for Warcraft, and they aren’t exactly positive.
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Before we delve into these critiques, it’s worth noting that only five reviews have been posted on Rotten Tomatoes thus far, two of which are positive and three of which are negative, resulting in an early 40% RT score. Of course, dozens of reviews will certainly come flooding in over the next few weeks, but this slow critical start isn’t exactly a good omen for a massive blockbuster like this. Budget figures have not been released for the Warcraft movie as of yet, but just judging from the trailers alone, the budget is likely quite massive.Warcraft is set in the realm of Azeroth, which has enjoyed peace for hundreds of years. Now this magical land stands on the brink of war as its civilization faces a fearsome race of invaders. Orc warriors are fleeing their dying home to colonize another. As a portal opens to connect the two worlds, one army faces destruction and the other faces extinction. From opposing sides, two heroes are set on a collision course that will decide the fate of their family, their people and their home. So begins a spectacular saga of power and sacrifice in which war has many faces, and everyone fights for something.