‘Minions: A Villain Is Born’ tops the US box office on the eve of July 4

On Friday, July 1, “Minions: A Villain Is Born” premiered in the United States and Canada, and as of Sunday, July 3, it had topped the box office, raising $108 million, with a total of 4,400 theaters.

Furthermore, Monday, July 4, the day the United States’ independence is celebrated, is expected to reach around 128 million, making it the highest-grossing film to premiere during this important date. Transformers: Dark of the Moon still holds the record, hitting 115.9 million over four days.

On the day of the premiere, “Minions: A Villain Is Born” It made $48 million plus $10.8 million in presales.

Families return to the cinema

The significance of this box office lies in the fact that it marks the return of the audience that was still elusive in its return to the cinemas: children, who go to the cinema accompanied by adults.

with results “Minions: A Villain Is Born”The return of the younger audience has been confirmed. Previous films in the franchise, “Minions” (2015) and “My Favorite Villain 3,” grossed 115 and 99 million in the early days of their debut, respectively, so the figure reached generates positivity regarding the future of movie theaters.

About “Minions: A Villain Is Born”

“Minions: A Villain Is Born” It is the second part of the “Despicable Me” franchise. In this opportunity, we are transported to the seventies, when Gru was a young boy, but he already had the desire to become a villain. Thus, he decides to “apply” to be part of a group of villains, called Episode 6, but things don’t go as planned.

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The film is directed by Kyle Balda, who has co-starred in the previous two films in the franchise, and is accompanied by Brad Abelson, Jonathan Del Val. While the cast is led by Steve Carell, who gives his voice to Gro, and Pierre Coffin, the film director who has been behind many of the “Minions” movies.

Co-stars Julian Andrews as Puppy’s mother. Michelle Yeoh as Mr. Chow; Alan Arkin as the lead in Episode 6, Wild Knuckles; Jean-Claude Van Damme, Danny Trejo, Dolph Lundgren, and Taraji B. Henson and Lucy Lawless.

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