The Super Mario Bros. Movie has made $32M in its opening day at the domestic box office and is currently tracking for a $160M+ 5-day opening, which would make it the biggest opening ever for a video game adaptation.
Despite the hostile reception from many critics, The Super Mario Bros. Movie is bringing in money at the box office.
At present, forecasts call for “The Super Mario Bros. Movie” to generate more than $100 million over Friday, Saturday and Sunday — and more than $150 million for the full five-day spread starting Wednesday, according to BoxOffice.com.
The movie has been able to generate more than $100 million over Friday, Saturday and Sunday — and more than $150 million for the full five-day spread starting Wednesday.
The Super Mario Bros. Movie is directed by Aaron Horvath and Michael Jelenic and stars Chris Pratt as Mario, Anya Taylor-Joy as Princess Peach, Charlie Day as Luigi, Jack Black as Bowser, Keegan-Michael Key as Toad, Seth Rogen as Donkey Kong and Fred Armisen as Cranky Kong.
|Time Period||Showings||Total Seats Sold||Total Seats||Percent Sold||Sellouts||Seats Sold Since Previous Period||Showings Added|
Note : These are only estimates
This table summarizes the data on the screening of “The Super Mario Bros.” in two different time periods, T-1 and T-0, in the Greater Orlando region. It provides information on the total number of showings, total seats sold, total seats available, percentage of seats sold, sellouts, seats sold since the previous time period, and showings added for each time period. It also includes data on the 3D showings.
The movie is based on the popular video game franchise of the same name that was created by Nintendo in 1985. The franchise has sold over 380 million copies worldwide.
The Super Mario Bros. Movie follows Mario and Luigi as they embark on a journey to save Princess Peach from Bowser’s clutches.
The movie has been met with mixed reviews from critics but has been praised for its animation and voice acting.