Jordan Peele’s directorial “Us” is expected to be bringing highest earnings at the box office as the film is looking forward $6M+ Thursday night. If the “Us” has bags money meeting its expectations, would be more than other previous mystery horror thriller releases in terms of opening day collection such as The Nun that bagged $5.4M, and A Quiet Place earned $4.3M.
It has been revealed that the film on Thursday night preview, will be making $4M-plus whereas showtimes started at 7 PM but the film. It comes under banners of the Universal/Monkeypaw Productions, though apparently owns the notable amount of thrill, fear, according to that what is showed in its trailer.
However, there is no confirmation until its Thursday box office collection results come, even it maybe fluctuate as it happens, but if Peele’s directorial emerged unsuccessful to hand more than $4M, in this case, the film would be considered great with first-night earnings.
Peele’s previous horror thriller release Get Out which was his directorial debut, released in February 2017 minted $1.8M on Thursday night preview. Nonetheless, Peele had proven his praiseworthy skills winning Oscar.
At this time, millions of eyes are on US movie’s Thursday results, Does the Peele’s second directorial make expected amount at the box office? Nevertheless, no one can achieve result until Saturday night, while Peele’s once again brought something different storyline and theme as compared to Get Out.
The 40-year-old filmmaker from New York City comes with the unique subject than the typical horror movie that what was secret behind Get Out success that achieved Thursday with 17% of its first day Friday which is miraculous.
While it does make sense first day with 83% came from Friday ticket sales that is taken massive walk-up business for the 2017’s American satirical horror film.
On another side, if Fandango report with “Us” ticket sales is to be believed that shows off hot outcomes, are forward of Get Out and A Quiet Place at the same point in terms of their sales.