You can almost hear the collective sigh of relief from studio executives across Hollywood.
After a brutal year and change for the movie theater business, the North American box office is finally showing signs of life again.
That’s mostly thanks to John Krasinski’s thriller A Quiet Place Part II, which has collected $48 million between Friday and Sunday – the biggest three-day haul of the pandemic era.
The Paramount Pictures film is expected to generate a massive $58 million through Memorial Day on Monday, May 31. – Rappler.com