Halloween Ends releases in theaters and on Peacock this Friday, October 14, and it’s expected to bring in a lot of money at the box office despite releasing simultaneously for streaming on Peacock. The film got off to a strong start, banking $5.4 million in Thursday night previews, according to Variety.
The film is projected to bring in between $50 million-$55 million in the US for its opening weekend. Should it reach those heights, Halloween Ends would become the first film this year since July’s Thor: Love and Thunder to hit $50 million for its opening weekend in the US.
For comparison, 2021’s Halloween Kills–which also released in theaters and via Peacock on the same day–made $49 million for its US opening weekend.
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Author: Eddie Makuch