Chapter 4 Shazam Assassination Box Office! Wrath of the Gods – The Hollywood Reporter
Baba Yaga, aka John Wick, has appeared once again.
action photo John Wick: Chapter 4 knocked out the weekend box office with a whopping $73.5 million domestic opening from 3,855 theaters after receiving positive reviews and an A CinemaScore from audiences. Globally, it debuted with $137.5 million.
The fourth installment in the hit action series Lionsgate easily achieved the series’ best debut, surpassing the $56.8 million opening in 2019 John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum. It also marks Lionsgate’s biggest domestic launch in the pandemic era, as well as one of the best launches so far of 2023.
Keanu Reeves once again plays a skilled assassin nicknamed Baba Yaga.
John Wick 4According to PostTrak, men’s performances are driven by men, who make up nearly 70 percent of ticket buyers, while more than 55 percent of the audience is between the ages of 18-34. And the movie accounted for more than 60 percent of all traffic, according to EntTelligence.
Imax and high-end large format monitors bring in a whopping 38% of total sales.
A challenge: John Wick 4′running time of s is two hours 49 minutes, which means less projection time.
Directed by Chad Stahelski, the film is brimming with mayhem, violence, ballet physicality, and the usual sick humor that has become the hallmark of the action series. The cast also includes Donnie Yen, Bill Skarsgard, Laurence Fishburne, Hiroyuki Sanada, Shamier Anderson, Rina Sawayama, Ian McShane and the late Lance Reddick, who passed away earlier this month. The film was produced by Basil Iwanyk, Erica Lee and Stahelski.
Internationally, the film launches this weekend in 71 territories worldwide, including the UK, Germany, Australia, France, Italy, Spain and Mexico.
John Wick 4 — a recreation of Thunder Road Films/87eleven — easily destroyed Shazam! Wrath of the GodsIt is now in its second weekend.
From New Line and DC, Shazam 2 plummeted 68% to an estimated $8 million – $9 million in its second weekend in more bad news for the kid-friendly superhero film. The film’s domestic gross as of Sunday hovers around a disappointing $45 million.
Paramount and Spyglass’ shout VI 3rd place with a handsome $8.4 million against a domestic total of $90.4.
by MGM Article of Faith III followed in 4th place with a strong $8.36 million, bringing its domestic total to $140.9 million through Sunday.
65by Sony, enters the top five with estimated sales of US$3.2 million, a mild domestic cume of $27.9 million, followed by Ant-Man and the Wasp Quantumania with 2.4 million USD. The Marvel and Disney films’ domestic gross was a disappointing $209.9 million in its sixth weekend.