Dune 2 Is Getting A Lot Of Attention: First Weekend Report Shared!

Dune 2 attracted great interest from the audience in its first week in theaters. The first week report of the movie, which is on its way to breaking box office records worldwide, has been announced!

One of the most anticipated movies of 2024, Dune: Part Two entered theaters this week. Released on March 1st all over the world, the movie attracted great attention from the first day.

Some analyses were shared before the release and when the tickets of the film, which was predicted to open around 60-70 million in the North American region, went on pre-sale, it was seen that there was a very high interest.

On top of that, expectations were increased and set at 70-75 million. Looking at the first weekend reports of the movie, it is seen that it exceeded this expectation.

Dune 2 Grosses $178.5 Million

Dune 2, which grossed 81.5 million in North America, did not stop there. In regions other than North America, it grossed a total of 97 million dollars. Worldwide, this figure reached 178.5 million dollars.

The movie also attracted great interest from the audience in IMAX theaters. 32.2 million of the total gross came from IMAX theaters. The movie, which will be released in China and Japan in the coming weeks, will reach a higher worldwide gross in its second week.

Already exceeding expectations, Dune: Part Two has already exceeded expectations, and the sequel Dune: Messiah, which will be the sequel to the series, may also set a box office record that will make it easier for the movie to become a reality.

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