After a massive 4-day opening, the newest Scream dropped 58.6% at the box office in its second weekend, but still managed to add another $12.40 million here in the United States. With zero new competition in its third weekend, the franchise’s fifth film dropped just 40% and managed to carve out an additional $7.35 million for a domestic total of $62.13 million. .
If you include this weekend’s international gross of $6.5 million ($44.1 million total), Scream just surpassed $100M worldwide and Wes Craven’s Cry 4 (2011), which ended its run at $97 million.
As I noted before, a sequel will no doubt be launched in the coming year.
For those who were lucky enough to check out the fifth episode, we did some in-depth post-release editorials with the help of the filmmakers to reveal all the easter eggs and the secrets behind it. Scream. Click here to start digging.
The film crew this time includes directors Matt Bettinelli-Olpin & Tyler Gillette, as well as executive producer Chad Villella, the three members of the group of filmmakers Radio silence (Ready or not, V/H/S, heading south). In the new movie…
“Twenty-five years after a series of brutal murders shocked the sleepy town of Woodsboro, a new killer has donned the Ghostface mask and begins targeting a group of teenagers to resurrect the secrets of the town’s murderous past.”
You can slice through Meagan’s SPOILER-FREE review of the all-new Scream here!
Dylan Minette (Goose bumps), Mason Gooding (let it snow), Kyle Gallner (ghosts of war), Savoy Brown Jasmine (“Love and Mikey Madison (Once upon a time in Hollywood) join a set that also includes neve campbell like Sidney Prescott, David Arquette and Courtney Cox who will return as Dewey Riley and Gale Weathers, plus new cast members Jack Quaid (“The boys”), Melissa Barrera (“In the heights”) and Jenna Ortega (“You”). Marley Shelton also returns as Cry 4 assistant character Judy Hicks.
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Below you can slice and dice the hit hit with our own Halloween, which dropped a two-episode deep dive into the sequel.