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‘The Garfield Movie’ Nears $100 Million, ‘Furiosa’ Stalls at $58 Million

By b0oua May 27, 2024
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The international box office performance of “Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga” is experiencing a plateau, with a total of $33.3 million from 75 different markets. In its first weekend of release, the fifth installment in the post-apocalyptic series directed by George Miller has collected a total of $58.9 million worldwide. This is a disappointing start considering that the production budget for the film was $168 million.

In the United States, the prequel “Furiosa” from Warner Bros. is in a close competition with the cartoon film “The Garfield Movie” from Sony for the top spot on the box office rankings. Both films have grossed approximately $25 million over the course of the weekend, and it is predicted that they have grossed $31 million through Memorial Day on Monday. This is without a doubt one of the worst Memorial Day holiday weekends in decades, regardless of which of these two options comes out on top.

At this rate, “Furiosa” will have a difficult time living up to the expectations of its predecessor, “Mad Max: Fury Road,” which was released in 2015. That movie, which starred Charlize Theron and Tom Hardy, made $380 million despite having a budget that was comparable to that of other films. In spite of the fact that the R-rated prequel, which spotlights Anya Taylor-Joy and Chris Hemsworth, has been widely embraced by reviewers and audiences alike, it has not earned the same amount of praise as “Fury Road,” and as a result, it was not able to break out beyond its core fanbase of older male moviegoers.

Aside from the United States and Canada, the country in which “Furiosa” began with the highest amount of revenue was Korea, with $4.5 million. France, with $2.6 million, the United Kingdom, with $2.5 million, Mexico, with $2.4 million, and Australia, with $2.2 million, followed in that order. Imax screens were responsible for a total of $9.5 million in box office revenue across the world, including $4.7 million from sales in international countries.

“The Garfield Movie” has been making significant headway in terms of ticket sales all over the world, with $91.1 million, ever since it began its release on a global scale a few weeks ago. The movie “Garfield,” in which Chris Pratt provides the voice of the well-known orange cat that despises Mondays, was significantly less expensive than “Furisoa,” which had a budget of sixty million dollars. It earned $14 million from 51 different worldwide markets, which placed it in third position on the international weekend charts. The release of “The Garfield Movie” has not yet taken place in a number of different significant markets, including Japan, France, and Australia. Mexico, with a total of $17.4 million, and Germany, with a total of $5.2 million, are now the two largest markets.

“Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes,” a film produced by Disney and 20th Century, came in second place on the charts of international markets, bringing in a total of $20.6 million from 52 places. During the four-day weekend, the fourth installment of the “Apes” reboot franchise grossed $17.1 million in North America. By the end of the weekend, the franchise had produced $172 million abroad and $294.8 million worldwide to this point. These ticket sales are sufficient to place the film in the fourth spot on the list of the highest grossing films of the year. Nevertheless, “Kingdom,” which has a budget of 160 million dollars, requires a great deal more momentum in order to surpass the global total of its predecessors, “Rise of the Planet of the Apes” ($481 million), “War for the Planet of the Apes” ($490 million), and “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes” (a series-best $710 million).

The fantasy-comedy “IF,” which was produced by Paramount and directed by John Krasinski and starred Ryan Reynolds, finished in fourth place in the international charts with a total of $11.3 million generated from 64 different regions. Over the course of the four-day holiday weekend, the film that is suitable for children contributed almost $21 million to its domestic total, bringing the total globally for “IF” to $103.6 million. Therefore, in order to justify its costs, the movie is banking on staying power throughout the summer. The production of the movie cost $110 million, and the marketing of the movie cost several millions more.

The international box office performance of “Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga” is experiencing a plateau, with a total of $33.3 million from 75 different markets. In its first weekend of release, the fifth installment in the post-apocalyptic series directed by George Miller has collected a total of $58.9 million worldwide. This is a disappointing start considering that the production budget for the film was $168 million.

In the United States, the prequel “Furiosa” from Warner Bros. is in a close competition with the cartoon film “The Garfield Movie” from Sony for the top spot on the box office rankings. Both films have grossed approximately $25 million over the course of the weekend, and it is predicted that they have grossed $31 million through Memorial Day on Monday. This is without a doubt one of the worst Memorial Day holiday weekends in decades, regardless of which of these two options comes out on top.

At this rate, “Furiosa” will have a difficult time living up to the expectations of its predecessor, “Max Max: Fury Road,” which was released in 2015. That movie, which starred Charlize Theron and Tom Hardy, made $380 million despite having a budget that was comparable to that of other films. In spite of the fact that the R-rated prequel, which spotlights Anya Taylor-Joy and Chris Hemsworth, has been widely embraced by reviewers and audiences alike, it has not earned the same amount of praise as “Fury Road,” and as a result, it was not able to break out beyond its core fanbase of older male moviegoers.

Aside from the United States and Canada, the country in which “Furiosa” began with the highest amount of revenue was Korea, with $4.5 million. France, with $2.6 million, the United Kingdom, with $2.5 million, Mexico, with $2.4 million, and Australia, with $2.2 million, followed in that order. Imax screens were responsible for a total of $9.5 million in box office revenue across the world, including $4.7 million from sales in international countries.

“The Garfield Movie” has been making significant headway in terms of ticket sales all over the world, with $91.1 million, ever since it began its release on a global scale a few weeks ago. The movie “Garfield,” in which Chris Pratt provides the voice of the well-known orange cat that despises Mondays, was significantly less expensive than “Furisoa,” which had a budget of sixty million dollars. It earned $14 million from 51 different worldwide markets, which placed it in third position on the international weekend charts. The release of “The Garfield Movie” has not yet taken place in a number of different significant markets, including Japan, France, and Australia. Mexico, with a total of $17.4 million, and Germany, with a total of $5.2 million, are now the two largest markets.

“Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes,” a film produced by Disney and 20th Century, came in second place on the charts of international markets, bringing in a total of $20.6 million from 52 places. During the four-day weekend, the fourth installment of the “Apes” reboot franchise grossed $17.1 million in North America. By the end of the weekend, the franchise had produced $172 million abroad and $294.8 million worldwide to this point. These ticket sales are sufficient to place the film in the fourth spot on the list of the highest grossing films of the year. Nevertheless, “Kingdom,” which has a budget of 160 million dollars, requires a great deal more momentum in order to surpass the global total of its predecessors, “Rise of the Planet of the Apes” ($481 million), “War for the Planet of the Apes” ($490 million), and “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes” (a series-best $710 million).

The fantasy-comedy “IF,” which was produced by Paramount and directed by John Krasinski and starred Ryan Reynolds, finished in fourth place in the international charts with a total of $11.3 million generated from 64 different regions. Over the course of the four-day holiday weekend, the film that is suitable for children contributed almost $21 million to its domestic total, bringing the total globally for “IF” to $103.6 million. Therefore, in order to justify its costs, the movie is banking on staying power throughout the summer. The production of the movie cost $110 million, and the marketing of the movie cost several millions more.

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