Jackass Forever Thursday Box Office earns $1.7 million in previews
from Paramount Fooled forever is proving to be a strong contender for this week’s box office openings. Playing in 2,650 theaters across the United States, the slapstick comedy grossed $1.65 million in its Thursday previews. It should be noted that around 300 cinemas were closed yesterday due to the ongoing blizzard. According to Paramount, all previously closed theaters are expected to reopen on Friday, significantly boosting the opening box office for Fooled forever.
Although he’s not breaking records like other high-flying or swing daredevils did in the past month, Fooled forever still beat out the weekend’s other big opening, Lionsgate’s disaster movie moon fall which made around $700,000 in its Thursday previews. That’s a staggering number when you compare the budgets of the two, with moon fall spending about $146 million and Fooled forever budget only $10 million. The fifth episode of the long series, Fooled forever is expected to gross between $15 million and $20 million at the weekend box office in North America.
Fooled forever enters the scene as the franchise’s second highest-grossing Thursday preview. It exceeds Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpaa spin-off based on a character from Johnny Knoxvillewhich grossed $1.4 million in 2013, and ranks just below 3-D donkeypreview of 2.5 million dollars. The two movies skyrocketed $32 million and $50 million, respectively, in their weekend openings.
Fooled forever marks the return of Knoxville alongside Small man, Steve-O, Chris Pontius, Hazard Ehren, and Lacy from Preston after an 11-year hiatus. Long-time producer and director Jeff Tremaine also returns as the stunt group puts all areas – and we mean all zone- of their bodies at risk for comedy fun, performing stunts and pranks on each other and the audience. former actor Bam Marguera was originally cast in the film but was fired during production. His filmed scenes remain in the final film and he is credited as a cameo.
While 3-D donkeyThe $50 million seems over the top, it wouldn’t be the first time Paramount has revitalized a decades-old franchise. Cry 5 went on to earn over $30 million in its opening weekend and is currently the second highest-grossing film of 2022 with $107.9 million worldwide. Using nostalgia but also incorporating new and interesting storylines is a sure way to please audiences new or old. Although not as plot-heavy as Screamnotice for Fooled forever promise a good time filled with laughter and incredible stunts.
Fooled forever now playing in theaters.
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