Box Office Report : Napoleon And Disney’s Wish

Box Office Report
Box Office Report Napoleon And Disney’s Wish

Breaking News: Disney’s ‘WISH’ Fails to Make a Wish Come True, ‘NAPOLEON’ Conquers the Box Office

Box Office Report

Disney’s highly anticipated animated film “WISH” underperformed on its opening weekend, bringing in a disappointing $31 million at the domestic box office. This fell short of the projected $40 million opening and raised questions about the film’s ability to recoup its hefty $200 million production budget.

In contrast, Ridley Scott’s historical epic “NAPOLEON” marched to victory, earning a global box office of $78.8 million. The film’s strong opening suggests that it has the potential to be a commercial success.

The lackluster performance of “WISH” is a setback for Disney, which has been struggling to find consistent success with its animated films in recent years. The studio’s last Thanksgiving offering, “Strange World,” was a box office flop, earning a mere $18 million.

Experts attribute the underperformance of “WISH” to a number of factors, including mixed reviews, increased competition from other family-friendly films, and the ongoing impact of the pandemic on moviegoing habits.

Despite the disappointing opening, Disney remains optimistic about the long-term prospects of “WISH.” The film is expected to perform well internationally, and it could also see a boost in sales during the holiday season.

Meanwhile, “NAPOLEON” looks to continue its winning streak in the coming weeks. The film has received strong critical acclaim, and it is expected to attract a wide audience, including fans of history, action, and spectacle.

Only time will tell whether “WISH” can turn its fortunes around, but for now, it appears that “NAPOLEON” is the reigning king of the box office.

The Hunger Games Box Office Report!

The Hunger Games: Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes continues to dominate the domestic box office, earning an impressive $42 million this weekend. The film, which is a prequel to the Hunger Games trilogy, has now grossed over $100 million domestically.

Hunger Games
Source: Rotten Tomatoes

The film’s success is likely due to a number of factors, including its strong star power (Rachel Zegler, Tom Blyth), its timely release (just in time for Thanksgiving), and its positive reviews. The film currently has an 81% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

Trolls and Thanksgiving : Box Office Report

The animated film “Trolls Band Together” continued its strong showing at the box office, taking in an estimated $25.3 million over the Thanksgiving weekend. The film, which is the third installment in the Trolls franchise, has now grossed over $125 million domestically.

Trolls Band Together
Trolls Band Together

In second place was the family film “Thanksgiving,” which earned an estimated $11.1 million. The film, which stars Regina Hall and Wanda Sykes, tells the story of a group of four families who are forced to spend Thanksgiving together when their flight is cancelled.

Box Office Report : Napoleon And Disney's Wish

Overall, the box office was up over 10% from the same weekend last year. This is a positive sign for the movie industry, which has been struggling in recent years.

Trailer For Napoleon And Disney’s Wish

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