After just one weekend in theaters, Five nights at Freddy’s It’s already breaking records, taking in $130 million at the global box office since its October 27 release to lackluster reviews.
After years of rumors and development, it was long awaited Five nights at Freddy’sthe movie It’s Finally Out This movie is based on the super popular horror games with scary animations that hunt the protagonists in the night. We first heard about one FNAF until the end of the movie in 2015 And according to producer Jason Blum, the film has been nearly a decade in the making because the show’s producer and creator, Scott Cawthorne, It had a great impact in every part of the film. And now after all that work, five nightss just in time for Halloween. It’s the scariest thing about it if you ask some people FNAF It may be Very low Rotten Tomatoes score. But that didn’t stop the horror adaptation from setting multiple records at the box office and grossing big in its opening weekend.
New PG-13 horror movie with acting The Hunger GamesJosh Hutcherson finished its opening weekend with $80 million in North America and $130 million worldwide. Keep in mind that the film reportedly only cost $20 million to make, so it’s probably already profitable.
As by VarietyAccording to Blumhouse and Universal, here is a list of records and achievements FNAF It is set after its opening weekend.
- The biggest weekend of the year for a horror film, surpassing “Scream VI” ($44 million)
- second-biggest debut of all time for a video game adaptation, behind “Super Mario Brothers movie($146.3 million)
- The biggest opening weekend ever for a Universal and Peacock hybrid release, surpassing 2022’s slasher sequels “Halloween Kills” ($49 million) and “Halloween Ends” ($40 million).
- Highest-grossing opening weekend for a Halloween weekend release, better than 2011’s “Puss in Boots(34 million dollars)
- 3rd best horror movie debut after 2017 movieit(123 million dollars) and 2019It: Chapter Two($91 million)
- Best First PG-13 Horror Film, Best Film of 2001the return of mummys” ($68 million)
- Blumhouse’s highest-grossing global opening of all time, ahead of “Halloween($91.8 million)
It’s wild to see Five nights at Freddy’s Better performance Halloween, mummyAnd scream It also defeated the new one Exorcist The movie released on October 29 It raised a total of $120 million– which is less than FNAFOpening weekend is also a great reminder that five nights The franchise, even if it is not the newest IP in the world, is still very popular among children and teenagers.
The film’s PG-13 rating disappointed some bloodthirsty fans and horror critics, but it probably helped the adaptation do better at the box office because it made it easier for young people to go to the theaters and see it.
Of course, a low Rotten Tomatoes score could doom the film to a second weekend, but at this point, Blumhouse and Universal are probably happy with how it’s been received, considering it took nearly a decade to come out. Now I just need one Megan And Five nights at Freddy’s Come on Universal movie crossover, make it happen.