Wednesday, October 4

The movie ‘Barbie’ takes the lead at the box office during the Fourth Weekend, while flops “Last Voyage” and a few weeks later, it falls short.

The new period horror movie “The Last Voyage of the Demeter,” which takes place on a merchant ship, is experiencing commotion in its domestic debut, as it continues the momentum set by “Barbie” and an Oscar-nominated Oscar nod to the previous film.

Despite being the studio’s second attempt at making a Dracula movie, Universal’S opening day in 2,715 locations earned $2.62 million on its first day, including $750,000 in Thursday previews. “The Last Voyage of the Demeter” is expected to debut in fifth place, but it only earned $6.5 million for its three-day opening weekend.

“The Last Voyage” has been a disappointment for audiences, with fewer than five critics giving it favourable reviews. The film’s debut in the US and its release from A-rated theater chains is expected to be just under two hours before it hits theaters on July 20th.

The story of a merchant ship and its crew being besieged by snow-trolled vampires is told in Bram Stoker’s Dracula book “The Last Voyage of the Demeter,” directed by André vredal (“Scary Stories to Tell the Dark”), with Corey Hawkins, Aisling Franciosi, Liam Cunningham, and David Dastmalchian as co-directors.

Despite its fourth weekend release, the fantasy comedy’s “Barbie” world remains unaffected at the box office, with rivals projecting a $31.4 million increase from 4,178 locations, which is only 41% less than its previous release. Warner Bros. has not yet released figures for Friday.

Greta Gerwig’s “Barbie” made history by becoming the first female filmmaker to earn a billion dollars at the box office, surpassing $1 billion globally. The hot-pink comedy featuring Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling earned over $500 million domestically on Friday, and is projected to become the highest-grossing Warner Bros. release in North America, unadjusted for inflation, while “The Dark Knight” currently holds the record at $534 million.

The box office revenue of Christopher Nolan’s “Oppenheimer” dropped by 39% from last weekend to $5.1 million on Friday, but it will still drop by 41% compared to its previous release. Domestic ticket sales for the biographical drama hit $17.2 million in the same weekend and $262 million overall, according to projections.

Paramount Pictures’ “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutante Mayhem” landed in third place with $4 million gross at 2,549 locations, down 56% from its debut, and is expected to earn $14.6 million over a three-day weekend, reaching $71.6 million domestically.

Despite its release in February, “Meg 2: The Trench” is only expected to earn $11.8 million at the domestic box office, which is 60% less than its opening weekend of $30 million.

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