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The weekend is here. Ladies and gentlemen, the mid-week release of Tom Cruise’s new action movie begins its run with a humbly. It’s time to relax and enjoy some summer thrills. The promotion for

Mission Impossible: Dead Reckoning Part One

promised to deliver just that. Since the first preview of Top Gun Maverick, the hype train has been chugging along. The major success of that movie should have left audiences with an appetite for more of Cruise’s brand of fearless entertainment.The projections of this seventh entry in the film adaptation of the Bruce Geller series have been predicting a five-day take of $250 million worldwide. Deadline reported that the domestic gross for the first two days since the film’s release on Wednesday was $25,8 million. The Thursday showings dropped by 47% compared to the opening on Wednesday. The weekend is just beginning, and it’s expected that business will increase. The action film that marks the third collaboration between Cruise and Christopher McQuarrie in the franchise has an A CinemaScore rating with 96% certified fresh at Rottentomatoes and a 95% audience score.While

Dead Reckoning Part One

was tracking to be a franchise-best with an opening of $250 million, Deadline also states, “A $90M 5-day seems unlikely with rivals spotting $50M over three days, and $73M 5-day.” The week will be an important one for the film as next week brings to theaters the one-two punch of Christopher Nolan’s atomic weapon drama, Oppenheimer, and the Margot Robbie-Ryan Gosling comedy satire, Barbie. Audiences have reportedly already been purchasing tickets for a double feature, according to AMC Theatres.It’s also noteworthy that even though the buzz for Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning

was a year in the making, there will be no promotion from the stars going forward with the recent events of the Screen Actors Guild strike, which prevent the cast from participating in any. This will also apply to the big releases of next week. It is indeed strange days ahead.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y40kx-sq3DM

Entertainment - Media News Watch originally published at Entertainment - Media News Watch