[UPDATE] The final numbers are in for the weekend, and Halloween Ends made $41.2 million in the US for its debut weekend. This was the lowest opening for the new Halloween trilogy–numbers have been declining with each new entry since the reboot series began in 2018.
BOX OFFICE: #HalloweenEnds wins the weekend w/ $41.2M. That is..
– The biggest opening weekend for a film since #Nope
– The 2nd biggest opening for a horror film this year
– Also the lowest opening of the 3 new #Halloween movies ($76M, $49M, $41M) pic.twitter.com/nDDRLhl17w
— Erik Davis (@ErikDavis) October 16, 2022
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Halloween Ends released 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.
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