Although there could be questions over how long Brad Pitt’s “Bullet Train,” a $90-million hypervalent action thriller, could take to reach a profitability, the film racks up a modest $32.4 million in domestic box office, while "Thor: Love and Thunder" had reached a $700-million mark and "Top Gun: Maverick" crossed an eye-propping $1.3 billion.
However, despite a decent opening, Brad Pitt's "Bullet Train" the film would require a sustenance in strong holds in order to witness a corpulent profitability. Even with a hold of 60 per cent in revenues, the movie may not become profitable until September.
Nonetheless, the Sony Pictures’ $90-million hammer-head that is propelled by Brad Pitt, shelved a $62.5 million across the globe over the opening weekend, while Sony said in a statement over the weekend that the movie has been well en-route to match its other hits like of “Murder on the Orient Express” and “Kingsman: The Secret Service”.
However, neither of them had had the vibe to become a blockbuster, as it remains to be seen how the “Bullet Train” could perform in the eyes of the critics.
“Bullet Train” clinches $32.5 million in domestic opening
“Bullet Train,” a movie swamped with stars, had shown a better performance in the UK with a 5-day total of $3.5 million, while French box office reported a $3.1 million.
In Mexico, “Bullet Train” grasps $3.1 million. Aside from Brad Pitt, “Bullet Train” is starring long-adored actors like of Joey King, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Sandra Bullock, Brian Tyree Henry alongside Bad Bunny among others.
On top of that, Disney and Marvel Studios’ “Thor: Love and Thunder” might soon become a billion-dollar blockbuster, as Chris Hemsworth’s fourth installation as a single Thor without other Marvel superheroes, netted a $757.9 million across the globe, while Tom Cruise’s “Top Guns: Maverick” reached a $1.3 billion milestone over the weekend, becoming the seventh-highest grossing film of all time in domestic box office.