Super Mario Bros. Is On Track For A Massive $195 Million-plus Five-day Opening.

Super Mario Bros. Movie Set to Break Box Office Records. The highly anticipated animated film, The Super Mario Bros. Movie, is set to break box office records, with a projected five-day domestic debut of $195 million or more, exceeding expectations.

The film, based on the popular Nintendo video game and produced by Illumination and Universal, opened on Wednesday to take advantage of the spring holidays. Let’s check out the record-breaking revenue of Super Mario Bros. 


Mega-opening Expected For Super Mario Bros. Movie

The Super Mario Bros. Movie is projected to gross $55 million to $59 million on Friday alone, with $137 million for the weekend. If these figures hold, the movie will surpass Finding Dory’s opening weekend ($135.1 million) to become the second-best opening ever for an animated film, trailing only Incredibles 2, not adjusted for inflation.

Without accounting for inflation, Super Mario’s debut is on track to be the best start ever for a video game adaptation and the best start ever for Chris Meledandri’s Illumination, home of Despicable Me and Minions.

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Audiences Loving Super Mario Bros. Movie

The Super Mario Bros. Movie has already received an A CinemaScore from audiences and is appealing to families and generations of adults who grew up playing the popular Nintendo game. The PG-rated film follows Brooklyn plumbers Mario (Chris Pratt) and Luigi (Charlie Day) as they are transported to the magical Mushroom Kingdom world.

Super Mario Bros. Is On Track For A Massive $195 Million-plus Five-day Opening.
Super Mario Bros. Is On Track For A Massive $195 Million-plus Five-day Opening.

The star-studded voice cast includes Keegan-Michael Key, Anya Taylor-Joy, Jack Black, Seth Rogen, Fred Armisen, Kevin Michael Richardson, and Sebastian Maniscalco. Charles Martinet, who has voiced Mario and Luigi in the Super Mario games for over three decades, also makes a cameo appearance.

Ben Affleck’s Air Also Gaining Traction

Ben Affleck’s drama, Air, is also gaining traction and is projected to have a solid five-day launch of $18 million to $19 million. The biographical drama about Nike’s early game-changing days when it was attempting to sign a young Michael Jordan has received rave reviews, with a 94 percent critics’ score on Rotten Tomatoes.

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The film stars Matt Damon and Viola Davis and is the first project from Affleck and Damon’s Artists Equity, which they co-founded with RedBird Capital last year. It is also the first time Affleck has directed Damon in one of his films. Air is the first Amazon Studios film to have an exclusive theatrical release in thousands of theaters worldwide before streaming on Prime Video at a later date to be announced. Check out All the cast members (who gave their voices to the movie Characters) Here Super Mario Bros. Movie cast.

International Launch For Air

Air is also launching in a number of international markets, with Warner Bros. International handling distribution. The film grossed $2.5 million on Thursday, bringing the two-day total to $5.8 million. The forecast for the film has improved significantly due to strong Friday traffic, and it looks set to have a successful opening weekend for an adult-skewing film.

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