Jordan Peele directed latest Hollywood movie ‘Get Out’ reported about 30% occupancy on Sunday morning and continuted to experience the same in noon and evening shows. The film, which opened with around USD$10.842 million first day collection, is expected to collect an amount of USD$30 million by the end of its first week in cinema halls.
The celluloid, which is produced under the banners of Blumhouse and QC Entertainment, is witnessing a huge box office clash with newly released Hollywood movies like Collide, Rock Dog and The Girl with All the Gifts. In the box office race, Get Out has surpassed Collide (which hit screens at 2,077 locations) and Rock Dog (which released at 2,045 locations).
On 1st Saturday, the multi-starrer horror thriller film witnessed slightly more occupancy. According to the trade analysts, the movie expected a business of around USD$13 million on second day. The film’s business was said to be grew on third day, reporting about 20% occupancy in various parts of United States. The celluloid is expected to gross a total of USD$30 million in weekend days.
Apart from the average business in domestic arena, Get Out registered a small business in overseas. The movie reported quite less response in the foreign countries. With a dull and poor performance in international market, the official sources claimed that the film made a business of USD$2 million. Latest box office figures, which will state the total worldwide collection of the movie, are awaited.