Strange World’s release from Disney is proving to be the second weak film of the year. While the remake of Steven Spielberg’s West Side Story is the first weak film.
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Walt Disney Animation Studios’ recently released film Strange World Weekend box office But badly beaten. It is being claimed about this film that it got weak because the marketing strategy regarding this film was very bad. The film Strange World, which was released in about 4174 theaters in North American, was estimated to have a great opening on the weekend with $ 30 to $ 40 million. But it failed to live up to the expectations at the international box office. It grossed only $9.2 million.
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It releases on November 23 in cinemas.
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Strange World box office failure?
It is now coming to the fore that it also managed a meager $18.6 million domestically, taking the Strange World weekend total to $27.8 million. It was a warm welcome to Strange World from the audience, because Strange The World is a Walt Disney Animation Studios film that has consistently performed well at the box office. According to Variety’s report, there is little chance that the $180 million budget film Strange World will be able to do well in the coming weeks after its five-day Thanksgiving release. Critics feel that now no improvement can be expected in the collection.
Many big names are involved in the film
Strange World’s release from Disney is proving to be the second weak film of the year. While the remake of Steven Spielberg’s West Side Story is the first weak film. The West Side managed to pull in around $10.5 million in its opening weekend in December 2021. But if it does not recover in the coming weeks, the film will cause Disney a loss of about $ 180 million in the Strange World budget. Strange World stars several big names such as Jake Gyllenhaal, Lucy Liu, and Dennis Quaid, and a gay character played by JeboQ Young-White is also introduced to the audience in the film.
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