Us has largest weekend debut for horror film

Mar 28, 2019, 01:19
Us has largest weekend debut for horror film

"I feel fortunate to be in this position where I can say to Universal, 'I want to make a $20 million horror movie with a black family.' And they say yes". "Us" pushed Disney's "Captain Marvel" down to second place, at $35 million (Sh3.5 billion) for the weekend, but that female-led blockbuster had little to complain about.

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The man behind Get Out - not to mention revered sketch show Key & Peele - is now riding high on a stunning opening weekend for his latest movie, the horror thriller Us.

Jordan Peele continues to prove the outdated narrative to be false. The relatively low cost nearly guarantees a profit for the picture if it hits Box Office Pro's long-range forecast of US$147 million in ticket sales over its domestic run. From the film's opening on March 22, 2019, throughout its opening weekend, it has amassed over $70 million nationwide. Peele had impressed Hollywood with his first production, "Get Out", another horror film with heavy social commentary that won an Oscar as Best Original Screenplay and was the 10th most profitable film of 2017. Since its debut at the South by Southwest Film Festival, Us has built up word of mouth. The film has earned US$26 million to date. The female-fronted tentpole added another $35 million, taking its domestic tally past $320 million.

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The movie quadrupled its production cost in less than a week. "Every two weeks I'd go, 'What the fuck am I doing?" That's a strong result, considering it cost a modest $7 million to produce. Despite critical acclaim, the latest installment is pacing slightly behind its predecessors, 2010's "How to Train Your Dragon" and 2014's "How to Train Your Dragon 2". The movie was pulled from theatres in New Zealand following the Christchurch shooting.

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