Type to search

box office Elisabeth Moss Entertainment The Invisible Man

‘The Invisible Man’ tops box office with $29 million

Elisabeth Moss


LOS ANGELES: The Elisabeth Moss-led thriller “The Invisible Man” rode a wave of fine evaluations to a really seen spot atop the field workplace this weekend. Universal Pictures on Sunday estimated that the movie from writer-director Leigh Whannell earned $29 million from North American theaters. Internationally, the Blumhouse manufacturing picked up an extra $20.2 million.

Whannell helped mud off the traditional H.G. Wells story and replace it for contemporary audiences by specializing in Moss’ sufferer character as a substitute of the Invisible Man character, who right here is an abusive ex-boyfriend.

Elisabeth Moss

Cast member Elisabeth Moss poses on the premiere for the movie “The Invisible Man” in Los Angeles, California, US, February 24, 2020. Photo: Reuters

“The Invisible Man” carried a comparatively modest funds, costing underneath $10 million to provide, and exceeded expectations by just a few million . The movie, which had been well-received by critics, drew various audiences to the theatres (46% Caucasian, 20% African American and 18% Hispanic), in accordance with exit polls.

“We couldn’t be extra happy,” stated Jim Orr, Universal’s president of home distribution. “(Whannell) introduced this century-old character to life in a really intelligent and related approach.”

The studio expects it to proceed to play properly into March, though it should have some further competitors when “A Quiet Place Part II” opens on March 20.

Paramount Pictures’ “Sonic the Hedgehog” slid to second place in its third weekend in theatres including $16 million and bringing its home whole to $128.three million. “The Call of the Wild,” with Harrison Ford, positioned third in its second weekend with $13.2 million.

Fourth place went to the anime superhero movie “My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising” which opened to $6.three million from simply 1,260 screens.

“We ought to by no means underestimate movies like this that won’t have broad recognition among the many basic public,” stated Comscore’s senior media analyst Paul Dergarabedian.

“Bad Boys for Life” rounded out the highest 5 with $four.three million in its seventh weekend. The Will Smith and Martin Lawrence pic is simply shy of reaching the $200 million mark in North America and has earned over $400 million globally.

In restricted launch, “Wendy,” Benh Zeitlin’s long-awaited follow-up to his Oscar-nominated movie “Beasts of the Southern Wild,” obtained off to a bumpy begin with simply $30,000 from 4 theatres. The Peter Pan-inspired movie has garnered combined evaluations from critics and can be increasing within the coming weeks.

Although it’s nonetheless early within the 12 months, general the field workplace is up practically three.5%.

“This weekend it was enterprise as normal in North American theatres,” Dergarabedian stated. “People went to the flicks to flee the trials and tribulations of the actual world.”

Estimated ticket gross sales for Friday by means of Sunday at U.S. and Canadian theatres, in accordance with Comscore. Where accessible, the most recent worldwide numbers for Friday by means of Sunday are additionally included. Final home figures can be launched Monday.

  • “The Invisible Man,” $29 million ($20.2 million worldwide).
  • “Sonic The Hedgehog,” $16 million ($26.eight million worldwide).
  • “The Call of the Wild,” $13.2 million ($11 million worldwide).
  • “My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising,” $6.three million ($117,000 worldwide).
  • “Bad Boys for Life,” $four.three million ($four.9 million worldwide).
  • “Birds of Prey,” $four.1 million ($four.6 million worldwide).
  • “Impractical Jokers: The Movie,” $three.5 million.
  • “1917,” $2.7 million ($5.three million worldwide).
  • “Brahms: The Boy II,” $2.6 million ($2.four million worldwide).
  • “Blumhouse’s Fantasy Island,” $2.three million ($1.9 million worldwide).
  • ___

    Estimated ticket gross sales for Friday by means of Sunday at worldwide theatres (excluding the US and Canada), in accordance with Comscore:

  • “Sonic The Hedgehog,” $26.eight million.
  • “The Invisible Man,” $20.2 million.
  • “The Call of the Wild,” $11 million.
  • “The Gentlemen,” $eight.5 million.
  • “Dolittle,” $6.four million.
  • “Parasite,” $5.eight million.
  • “1917,” $5.three million.
  • “Bad Boys for Life,” $four.9 million.
  • “Birds of Prey,” $four.6 million.
  • “10 Jours Sans Maman,” $2.7 million.
  • The publish ‘The Invisible Man’ tops field workplace with $29 million appeared first on The Himalayan Times.


    Leave a Reply