John Krasinski’s almost silent thriller “A Quiet Place Part II” has crossed a significant box office milestone.
The film Paramount Pictures is the first of its kind in the epidemic era to surpass US ticket sales by $ 100 million. Over the weekend, “A Quiet Place 2” grossed 108 108 million at the domestic box office and another $ 80 million internationally.
Directed by Krasinski and starring Emily Blunt, the film reached box office standards within 15 days. The মিল 100 million mark may not be a particularly significant achievement before COVID-19, but the epidemic is putting pressure on business in movie theaters and ticket sales are still slow to recover.
Warner Bros. and the legendary tent “Godzilla vs. Kong”, the HBO Max that opened simultaneously in April, are also set to hit the benchmark, with domestic ticket sales currently at. 69.6 million, but it has been hovering below that number for some time now.
“The Second Part of a Quiet Space” is the first blockbuster in a few months that played exclusively in theaters. On Memorial Day, the film debuted with an epidemic-record 48 million and grossed an impressive $ 58 million in the first five days of release. Even with commercial wealth, the profit margins for “a quiet second place” will be different than the original. The first film, which ended at the box office with 3 40,340 million worldwide, cost 17 million to produce. The follow-up has a budget of $ 61 million.
The Abbott family lives in silence to hide from precisely reviewed sexual centers when they hunt the word. This time too they face the horrors of the outside world. Co-stars are Millicent Symonds, Celian Murphy and Noah Jupe.