Box Office News: Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom, Wonka, Migration, and The Iron Claw

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Box Office Magnificence: ‘Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom‘ Escalates, ‘Wonka’ Enhances the Deal by Crossing $30M+, ‘Migration’ Increases to $18M, and ‘Iron Claw’ Holds Up the Highest A24 CinemaScore at A-!

Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom

With a strong start at the international box office, Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom reached $40.9 million by Friday. Experts believe that over the elevated Christmas weekend, which is expected to reach $70 million, there will be a massive increase in sales that will reach a remarkable $100 million worldwide, including over the elevated weekend in North America. Making waves in the box office seas is this aquatic adventure!

Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom made a solid early start in the Chinese market on Wednesday, finishing off a much-awaited worldwide premiere. A significant amount of the movie’s international success can be related to its $23.2 million earnings total, according to the most recent figures.

This performance goes over previous gloomy pre-sales expectations. Industry experts now project that a lifetime play in China will reach $47 million, with the potential to grow because of positive referrals. In the Middle Kingdom, Aquaman’s underwater adventure is turning out to be a pleasant surprise!


To the delightful melodies of “Wonka,” the box office is dancing!
“Wonka,” a fascinating fantasy musical by Timothe Chalamet, has just achieved an incredible landmark by reaching the magnificent $150 million milestone worldwide. The delightful story of the peculiar chocolatier made $39 million when it launched at No. 1 in North America.

Its international premiere this past weekend was just as attractive, pulling in $43.2 million for the worldwide celebration. “Wonka” has now earned $53.6 million worldwide after a strong secondary run, for an overall total of $151.4 million worldwide.


The movie has exceeded expectations, even with competitors’ initial doubts. Hoping to touch $10 million to $12 million in four days, it’s overcoming the probabilities against it. With an 88% positive rating for children under 12, PostTrak gives it a strong 79% positive rating and a 52% strong recommendation.

The audience is split evenly between men and women, with more than half of the participants being in the 18–34 age group. Kids between the ages of 7 and 17 make up more than a third. 39% of attendees are Caucasian, 33% are Latino or Hispanic, 11% are black, and 17% are Asian or other. It’s growing in strength across the country, with the exception of the East.

The Iron Claw

“The Iron Claw” is struggling to hold onto its fourth or fifth place, with industry estimates putting the A24 drama’s Friday adoption at an average of $2.4 million. This separate film, which spins around the Von Erich family, is meant to be enjoyable for fans of professional wrestling.

The Sean Durkin-directed movie, which stars Zac Efron and stars Jeremy Allen White, Harris Dickinson, Holt McCallany, Maura Tierney, and Lily James, has received positive reviews from viewers. With an “A” Cinema Score, it’s attracting reviews and people, which could increase its chances of winning awards.

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