Early Tracking Suggests ‘Men In Black: International’ Will Have Modest $40 Million Opening

Published On May 24, 2019 » 181 Views» By Z-rowe »

The upcoming ‘Men in Black‘ reboot won’t hit theaters until June, but we’re already starting to get a look at what the opening weekend numbers will look like.

According to the early tracking reports, ‘Men In Black: International‘ will make around $40 million during its opening weekend in June.

The budget for ‘Men in Black: International’ is $110 million, co-financed by Hemisphere and Tencent.

The previous three ‘Men in Black’ films starred Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones and combined for more than $1.6 billion in worldwide box office. All three scored North American debuts of more than $50 million.

So a $40 million opening would have to be a little bit of a disappointment. You have to believe they’re hoping for an opening north of $50 million.

It’ll likely depend on those early reviews. If the critics seem to like it, and it gets good word of mouth, then it’ll likely go over the $50 million mark.

If the response is mixed, it could be in some trouble. Men in Black: International will hit theaters June 14, 2019.




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