Box Office: ‘A Quiet Place II’ Promises Biggest Pandemic-Era Debut With Over $57 Million
“A Quiet Place II” is set to make a loud debut at the domestic box office this Memorial Day weekend.The sequel to 2018’s “A Quiet Place” is projected to bring in $47 million through Sunday and a thunderous $57 million by Monday from 3,726 North American theaters, with some experts even predicting that the film will hit the $60 million mark in its four-day numbers.
Either way, the debut will likely make “A Quiet Place II” the largest opening weekend of the pandemic, surpassing “Godzilla vs.
Kong,” which raked in $48.5 million in its first five days.Directed by John Krasinski, the film’s estimated four-day numbers would top those of the franchise’s first film, which debuted at $45 million.
The new projections also shatter previous estimates that the film would make a total of $30 million over the holiday weekend.
On Friday alone, the film took in a solid $19.4 million.
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