With Halloween just around the corner, the spooky season is already casting its spell at the box office. The horror flick “Five Nights At Freddy’s” and Taylor Swift‘s “The Eras Tour” are making headlines with their impressive performances. Let’s dive into the latest box office numbers.
Five Nights At Freddy’s Box Office Collection
“Five Nights At Freddy’s,” a horror movie based on a popular video game and directed by Emma Tammi, is gearing up to haunt theatres this Halloween. The latest projections indicate a strong performance that’s even better than expected. The film’s Thursday night previews brought in an impressive $10.3 million.
As Friday’s numbers roll in, it’s estimated that the film will reach $34 million, setting the stage for an opening weekend projection of $68 million at the North American box office. Notably, “Five Nights At Freddy’s” is taking a hybrid approach by releasing simultaneously in theatres and on the Peacock streaming service.
This impressive opening weekend will make it the highest-grossing horror film of the year, leaving “Scream 6” ($44.4 million) in the dust. Moreover, it’s on track to become the top Halloween opener, surpassing “Puss in Boots” ($34 million) by a significant margin. Among hybrid releases, it’s the second-best start after “Black Widow” ($80.3 million) in the domestic box office.
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Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour Continues to Shine
Meanwhile, “Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour” is hitting all the right notes. In its third weekend, the concert film is expected to earn $16.5 million, taking its total to an impressive $151.1 million, with Friday estimates at $5.1 million. This milestone places it comfortably within the $150 million club.
“Killers Of The Flower Moon” Holds Its Ground
As for “Killers Of The Flower Moon,” the film is set to earn around $11-$12 million in its second weekend, bringing its domestic total to $43.6 million.
The box office is in for a thrilling Halloween season, with “Five Nights At Freddy’s” leading the way in horror and Taylor Swift’s tour film hitting new milestones. The film industry continues to captivate audiences, delivering cinematic experiences that keep fans coming back for more.
(Please note that box office figures are based on estimates.)