The early numbers for the Memorial Day weekend are in, and according to The Hollywood Reporter A Quiet Place Part II is looking at a $48.4 million three-day gross, and by the end of tomorrow it is estimated that it will be sitting at approximately $58.5 million earned domestically. That, to say the least, is monumental. For context, that total eclipses what Adam Wingard’s Godzilla vs. Kong pulled in during its five-day opening weekend at the end of March, and that A) was a record-setter, and B) is a movie that cost between $155–200 million to make. The John Krasinski-directed horror film, meanwhile, had a reported budget of just $61 million, meaning it is well on its way to being considered profitable – even while theaters are still operating at limited capacity around the country and many remain closed.
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