Black Adam, a superhero movie from DC and Warner Bros., is projected to do better than anticipated but still dominate the Halloween weekend box office.
Black Adam‘s second excursion is expected to bring in about $25.5 million based on Friday’s box office results. One of the greatest drops for a movie with Dwayne Johnson in the lead was 63 percent, or that (excluding the primary Fast & Furious franchise). Though it is anticipated that the film will end Sunday with a domestic cume of $108 million, the domestic box office will likely surpass $100 million on Saturday.
Universal’s romantic comedy Ticket to Paradise had a successful second weekend at the box office; it is anticipated to drop just 37% to $10.4 million for a 10-day domestic total of $34.1 million and more than $100 million globally.
A new horror picture from Lionsgate titled Prey for the Devil is predicted to open in third place with a solid $7 million. Halloween Ends and Smile, both of which are still performing well in their sixth weekends, are the main competitors for the film.
As it hits the $90 million domestic milestone, the Paramount feature Smile is on track to come in fourth place with $5 million. With an expected $3.8 million in second place, Halloween Ends from Universal, Blumhouse, and Miramax should raise the domestic total to above $60 million (the pic is also playing on Peacock).