Natalie Portman and Chris Hemsworth have appeared in Marvel’s “Thor: Love and Thunder”.
With Thor: Love and Thunder selling an estimated $ 143 million over the domestic weekend, box office revenue analysts say the cinema is no longer in the process of recovering and is at the normal pace seen in the pre-pandemic era. I am confident that we have reached.
On the weekend, Disney The Marvel Cinematic Universe has reached $ 159 million internationally and $ 302 million worldwide.
Sean Robins, Chief Analyst of the, said: BoxOffice.com.
According to EntTelligence data, Thor: Love and Thunder is estimated to have attracted more than 10 million movie fans this weekend. That’s about 57% of all movie theater patrons.
With continuous ticket sales for movies like Paramount Skydance “Top Gun: Maverick” Universal “Minions: The Rise of Guru” and “Jurassic World: Dominion”, Pixar’s “Lightyear” Warner Bros. ‘ Elvis, domestic box office revenues this weekend will be well over $ 200 million, if not close to $ 250 million.
“This weekend, a diverse selection of hits from the superhero, action, comedy, family, indie, and horror genres will reflect the level of box office revenue that has been built since the beginning of the summer movie season. It’s worth noting that “Saw: Love and Thunder” is currently in attendance, “said Paul Delgara Bedian, senior media analyst at Comscore.
Marvel’s “Spider-Man: Far From Home” surpassed box office revenues alongside Disney’s “Toy Story 4” and “Aladdin”, Universal’s “Yesterday” and Warner Bros. on the same weekend three years ago. Said that. “Anabel is back,” said A24’s “Midsummer.”
These movies generated $ 185 million that weekend. “It’s easily beaten by the overall lineup this weekend as’Thor: Love and Thunder’launches Marvel’s debut,” he said.
While the total number of wide releases in 2022 has fallen by more than 30% compared to 2019, Dargara Bedian said box office revenues this year are gaining momentum.
“Perhaps the industry can finally declare that it has finally” arrived “at its long-awaited normal destination, rather than the” road “to recovery,” he said.
Disclosure: Comcast is the parent company of NBC Universal and CNBC. NBCUniversal has delivered “Minions: The Rise of Guru,” “Jurassic World: Dominion,” and “Yesterday.”