‘Men in Black: International’ Disappoints With $28 Million Box Office Opening

  • The Wrap
‘Men in Black: International’ Disappoints With $28 Million Box Office Opening
The box office has always been said to be a cyclical business, and right now it is in a serious holding pattern as Sony’s “Men In Black: International” leads a weekend of weak grosses while movie theaters once again wait for Disney to get business moving again with “Toy Story 4” next week.

The fourth installment of the “Men In Black” series opened to $28.5 million from 4,224 screens. While that’s only slightly below Sony’s projections of a $30 million weekend, it is well below the low $50 million range that all three previous “Mib” films opened to. Word of mouth has been tepid at best with a B on CinemaScore and 24% from critics on Rotten Tomatoes.

Sony’s exposure on the film was limited, as the $110 million production budget was co-financed by Hemisphere and Tencent. The other bit of encouraging news for the film is that it did slightly better overseas,
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