Warner Bros.’ the flash finally arrives at the cinema, after a much longer gestation and more controversial than the studio probably intended. With preview social media buzz the hype and solid, sometimes shiny reviews, it looked like the multiversal action flick might make a splash in the halls. And the real reality turns out to be…ehhhhhh?
At the time of writing, Variety reports the superhero movie takes the top spot here in the US, but with a current price tag of $55.1 million gross. By the time the four-day weekend ends, it should be at or around $64 million, which puts it below the two the $75-85 million projections that were reported before publication, And the beginning of 67 million dollars from last year black adam. With an additional $75 million from international audiences, its current worldwide total is $139 million. And with much of the film’s release weekend covered in talk of its Visual effects and some of his cameosthe movie might not get a lot of legs over the next few weeks.
Beyond flash, there were two other great movies who had widespread rejections This weekend. In second pthe lace belonged to Pixar Elementary To $29.5 million in the domestic market and is expected to represent a global take of $45 million. Although the film got good impressions from those who saw it, it was struck by mixed reviews and also has to deal with Spider-Man: Through the Spider-Verse always in theaters and Super Mario Bros movie. come physics and streaming. As it stands, it’s the lowest domestic box office for Pixar, which has recently seen job cuts before the film’s release—since 2015 The Good Dinosaur and 2020s Ahead both opened at $39 million.
Finally, Lionsgate Blackening reached #6 at $6 million in the United States. Before leaving, tit got comedy slasher movie good reviews and mouth value, with most of the latter coming from black celebrities on social media. Exit whereThe weekend of June 16 also likely helped, but at the time of writing it’s unclear if the film will get an international release.
Next week is empty in terms of gender fare, but the weekend of June 30 presents three great films. With Indiana Jones and the Dial of Fate, Disney is trying to woo the nostalgic crowd (and overlapping Harrison Ford fanbase) to bring the series to some sort of closure, while Dreamworks’ Ruby Gillman, Teenage Kraken will try to bring children the spectacle of seeing teenagers kaiju punching giant mermaids in the face. On the streaming front, the once canceled Nimona movie is finally coming to Netflix, and from the sound of things, it’s pretty awesome.
Want more io9 news? Find out when to wait for the last wonder, star warsAnd star trek versions, what’s next for the DC Universe in Film and TVand everything you need to know about the future of Doctor Who.