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    Scream Scares Spider-Man From First Place With $36 Million Opening Holiday Weekend

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    Scream, the fifth film in the Slasher franchise, topped the box office in a four-day weekend with projected receipts of $36 million from 3,664 theaters.

    This is an impressive debut for the Old Horror film series, which originated in late 1996 from the great Wes Craven.

    And Scream isn’t just awful, as it currently has 75% critical praise (out of 189 reviews) and 85% viewership ratings. პ Tomato tapa.

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    Ghostface is back! Scream, the fifth installment in the Slasher franchise, took the top spot at the box office during a four-day holiday weekend, earning an estimated $36 million from 3,664 theaters.

    Deadline The success is due in part to a marketing relationship with Airbnb, Visible, Urban Outfitters, Spotify, Fanta, OXXO, Cereal Killer Café.

    Actors like Courtney Cox used her millions of social media followers to generate interest in the sequel, which was wildly popular on Twitter, Instagram, Reddit, TikTok, YouTube and Facebook.

    Directed by Matt Betinelli-Olpin and Twitter “Thanks to everyone opening Scream over the weekend.”

    and co-director Tyler Gillette Expected That everyone “enjoyed watching it as much as we did”.

    After 26 years!  This is an impressive debut for the Old Horror film series, which originated in late 1996 from the great Wes Craven.

    After 26 years! This is an impressive debut for the Old Horror film series, which originated in late 1996 from the great Wes Craven.

    Critical Appreciation: And Scream isn't just awful, as it currently has a 75% critical appreciation rating (out of 189 reviews) and an 85% viewership rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

    Critical Appreciation: And Scream isn’t just awful, as it currently has a 75% critical appreciation rating (out of 189 reviews) and an 85% viewership rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

    'ScareBnB!'  Deadline said the success is due in part to a marketing partnership with Airbnb (pictured), Visible, Urban Outfitters, Spotify, Fanta, OXXO, Cereal Killer Café.

    ‘ScareBnB!’ Deadline said the success is due in part to a marketing partnership with Airbnb (pictured), Visible, Urban Outfitters, Spotify, Fanta, OXXO, Cereal Killer Café.

    It's worth the fuss: The actors, like Courtney Cox (pictured on Friday), used their millions of social media followers to keep them interested.

    It has also become very popular on Twitter, Reddit, TikTok, YouTube and Facebook.

    It’s worth the fuss: Actors such as Courtney Cox (pictured Friday) used their millions of followers to generate nonstop buzz on social media, becoming wildly popular on Twitter, Instagram, Reddit, TikTok, YouTube and Facebook. .

    On its opening weekend, 53% of the audience was male, mostly Caucasian, with 80% of viewers under 34 confirming the long-term appeal of the Scream series.

    Spider-Man: No Way Home came in second with $26 million in revenue over the four-day weekend, adding $1.625 billion to the global total since opening on December 17th.

    Gart Jennings’ stellar animated sequel, Sing 2, grossed $11 million over the weekend, with global grosses of $214.7 million since its December 22 release.

    “Our first shoot on day one”: Director Matt Bettinelli-Olpin tweeted “Thank you to everyone who will open Scream Opening Weekend”

    “Stay safe, have fun and shout it out!” And co-director Tyler Gillette hoped everyone looked as happy as we did.

    Demographics: 53% of viewers on opening weekend were male, mostly Caucasian, with 80% of viewers under the age of 34, confirming the long-running appeal of the Scream series.

    Demographics: 53% of viewers on opening weekend were male, mostly Caucasian, with 80% of viewers under the age of 34, confirming the long-running appeal of the Scream series.

    Matthew Vaughn, the prequel to The King’s Man, took fourth place with $29.3 million, up from $26.2 million at the worldwide box office on December 26.

    And Simon Kinberg’s feminist action movie The 355 took fifth place this weekend with $8.9 million in its second weekend for a total of $9.3 million worldwide.

    The last five spots in this weekend’s top 10 were (in a row) American Underdog, Belle, West Side Story, Licorice Pizza and Matrix Resurrections.

    Second place: Spider-Man: No Way Home took second place with $26 million over a four-day weekend, grossing $1.625 million worldwide since opening on December 17th.

    Second place: Spider-Man: No Way Home took second place with $26 million over a four-day weekend, grossing $1.625 million worldwide since opening on December 17th.

    Third place: Gart Jennings' stellar animated sequel Sing 2 grossed $11 million over the weekend for a total of $214.7 million since opening on December 22nd.

    Third place: Gart Jennings’ stellar animated sequel Sing 2 grossed $11 million over the weekend for a total of $214.7 million since opening on December 22nd.

    Fourth Place: Matthew Vaughn's Prequel to

    Fourth: Matthew Vaughn’s prequel to “King Man” took fourth place with $29.3 million, up from $76.2 million at the worldwide box office on December 26.

    Fifth: And this weekend, fifth place went to Simon Kinberg's feminist action movie The 355 for $8.9 million in the second weekend for a total of $9.3 million.

    Fifth: And this weekend, fifth place went to Simon Kinberg’s feminist action movie The 355 for $8.9 million in the second weekend for a total of $9.3 million.

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    Source: Daily Mail

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