The Black Friday weekend has not been exactly beneficial for Spanish cinemas. The box office has experienced a decline of almost a third of viewers compared to the previous weekend, and no film in theaters has managed to exceed one million euros in revenue. Thus, the highest grossing was the new Disney animation, the fantastic adventure film Strange World, which according to still provisional data from ComScore Movies Spain would have entered €616,399 in its first three days of exhibition. Co-directed by Don Hall Y Qui Nguyenhas not had better luck in the United States either where it debuted in second place at the box office with 11.9 million dollars (about 11.5 million in euros), and well below the 45.9 of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, which continues to dominate the collections there. In the global reckoning, Weirdworld would have become with only 27.8 million in its first weekendbut it remains to be seen whether, given the proximity of the Christmas dates, the Disney film can continue to maintain itself or even increase its income. However, one can practically speak of a puncture, because its budget was very high, 180 million dollars. Compared, lightyear by Pixar released last June, and which also ended up obtaining a disappointing collectiongrossed in its first weekend $85.6 million (of which 50.5 corresponded to the North American market).
Image of ‘The King Woman’Sony
Sharp decline in revenues. Returning to our cinemas, the films on the bill have noted a drop in revenue of between 32 and 66 percent. Case of Wakanda Forever, the second highest grossing o Black Adamboth with a 59 percent less income compared to the previous weekend. The musical with Javier Bardem Lili, my friend the crocodile takes the cake with 66 percent lessand the Spanish kings vs santa it is the one that has experienced the least downturn, 32 percent.The other news on the billboard. In addition to Strange World, the film with the greatest pull among those released last Friday was the Spanish one Stories not to tell directed by Cesc Gay and who debuted fifth with 221,140 euros. It was followed by the epic The Sixth King Woman with €160,099 and Hasta los huesos: Bones and All by Luca Guadagnino ninth with 81,738 euros.
The ten highest grossing in Spain (from November 25 to 27)
Detail of the poster of ‘Strange world’. Disney
1 – Strange world. 616,399 euros and 98,730 spectators in three days.2-Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. 523,977 euros (and in 17 days it accumulates 5,742,576 euros and 845,020 viewers).3 – Ace beasts. 263,755 euros (and in 17 days, 1,634,465 euros and 257,863 viewers).4 – The fourth passenger. 221,350 euros (and in 31 days, 3,417,896 euros and 522,888 viewers).5 – Stories not to tell. 221,140 euros and 32,382 spectators in three days.6 – The woman king. 160,099 euros and 24,369 spectators in three days.7 – Kings against Santa. 94,962 euros (and in ten days, 257,407 euros and 42,084 spectators).8-Black Adam. 93,984 euros (and in 31 days, 6,397,656 euros and 955,586 viewers).9 – To the bones: Bones and All. 81,738 euros and 11,625 spectators in three days.10- Lilo, my friend the crocodile. 70,930 euros (and in 31 days, 2,119,086 euros and 343,337 viewers).Do you want to receive the best film and series recommendations in your email every Friday? Sign up for our Newsletter.