Latest Hollywood movie ‘Fifty Shades Freed’ earned a total income of $56,045,870 in 6 days. The romantic film collected an amount of $10,768,020 on 6th day of its release. In overseas, the English movie registered a business of $96,500,000 in first week. As per the predictions made by trade analysts, the film is expected to earn more collection at domestic box office as well as in the international market.
Directed by James Foley, the Hollywood movie released on 3,768 screens across the globe. The English film witnessed huge occupancy on opening day. Receiving maximum response from audience on first day, the movie earned an income of $18,407,850 at Hollywood box office. The Hollywood film not only received maximum response from people in domestic arena but also attracted a huge audience in the overseas.
On 2nd day, the Hollywood movie witnessed a drop of 31% in the theatre occupancy. The film collected an amount of $12,635,555 on second day of its release. Occupancy in the cinema halls dropped by 40.5% on 3rd day and the movie earned $7,516,790 on Sunday. In first weekend, the Hollywood film collected a total income of $38,560,195 at worldwide box office. Box office clash with the adjacently released English movies affected the film’s business in global arena.
The film’s box office collection on fourth day was comparatively less than the earnings grossed on previous days. The Hollywood movie earned $2,775,995 on 4th day of its release. An unexpected hike in the theatre occupancy was seen on 5th day. Public response surprisingly grew on fifth day and the movie made a business of $3,941,660. The theatre occupancy increased by 42% on sixth day and the film earned $10,768,020 on day 6.
‘Fifty Shades Freed’ movie released on more than 3000 screens in the overseas. Performance of the film was amazing in most of the foreign countries. Featuring Dakota Johnson, Kim Basinger and Jamie Dornan in leading roles, the romantic drama film attracted a huge audience in Australian theatres. The movie earned $3,641,311 in Australia. In Belgium, the film registered a business of $1,572,567 in the opening weekend. The English movie earned an amount of $5,840,945 in Brazil.