'Mission: Impossible 7' Falls Short of Box Office Expectations, But Still Sets Franchise Record During Opening Weekend

Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One came in at number one at the weekend box office, but the film fell short of expectations. It was originally expected that the film would gross $60 million or more during its opening weekend, but the film grossed just $56.2 million, according to Variety. Tom Cruise‘s new film [...]

'Mission: Impossible 7' Falls Short of Box Office Expectations, But Still Sets Franchise Record During Opening Weekend
'Mission: Impossible 7' Falls Short of Box Office Expectations, But Still Sets Franchise Record During Opening Weekend

Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One came in at number one at the weekend box office, but the film fell short of expectations.

It was originally expected that the film would gross $60 million or more during its opening weekend, but the film grossed just $56.2 million, according to Variety.

Tom Cruise‘s new film cost nearly $300 million to make, and that doesn’t include marketing expenses, so the movie needs to earn a lot to break even.

Despite the slower-than-expected launch, the movie did break a franchise record.

Keep reading to find out more…

Dead Reckoning Part One had the biggest five-day opening for any Mission: Impossible movie, with an estimated $80 million in the first five days. The previous record was set by 2018′s Fallout, which made $77.5 million for its five-day opening weekend.

Reviews for the movie have been incredible at a 96% fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes and an “A” CinemaScore, so audiences will likely continue seeing the movie all summer long!

Here’s what we know about Part 2′s release date!


(Excluding for the Headline, this article ("story") has not been edited by MiBiz News and is published from a web feed or sourced from the Internet.)