A Quiet Place: Part II has opened to impressive box office results. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the horror sequel took in $4.8 million on 3,000 screens in its first night on release.
The movie’s opening night gross is higher than that of the first Quiet Place, which made $4.3 million in its opening night in 2018. The sequel has been received with strong reviews, and its success so far is another sign that the US box office is in good shape post-pandemic. A Quiet Place: Part II was originally set for release in March 2020 and was one of the first films to be delayed.
The other big movie opening at the start of the Memorial Day weekend was Disney’s Cruella, which made $1.4 million in its first night. However, while A Quiet Place: Part II can only be seen in theaters, Cruella is also available on streaming. It’s one of Disney+’s Premier Access titles, meaning subscribers can watch it for an additional $30.
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