David Leitch’s Brad Pitt-starring Bullet Train topped the domestic box office with $30.1 million USD during its opening weekend.
According to Deadline, the film earned $12.6 million USD on Friday including $4.6 million USD in previews from Thursday, separating Friday’s total to $8 million USD. The numbers eventually increased by 20% on Saturday with $9.6 million USD, with its total worldwide tally adding up to $62.5 million USD.
Variety adds, however, that the film will need to do better in the box office in order to make a profit from its $90 million USD budget. “A big film like this with lot of expectations should have had stronger debut,” Jeff Bock, senior media analyst with Exhibitor Relations, said. “That said, there’s not a lot of competition in August, so ‘Bullet Train’ should have a good window to make its mark in the coming weeks.”
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