‘Transformers: Rise of the Beasts’ Brings in ₦54 Million in Third Week
The third week of June saw a total of N153. 7 million spent by Nigerian moviegoers.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Transformers: Rise debuted at the Nigerian box office on June 9, 2023, with 35 million.
The sci-fi film is still on top after a few more days in theaters, according to figures from the Cinema Exhibitors Association of Nigeria, with 54 million.
The seventh episode in Paramount’s action series, directed by Steven Caple Jr., follows Optimus Prime and the Autobots, striving to eliminate a menace capable of destroying the whole world. Anthony Ramos and Dominique Fishback star.
Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse is in second place with 35 million, up from 22.7 million the previous week.
Columbia Pictures and Sony Pictures Animation’s animated adventure has now grossed 79.9 million dollars.
Fast X is presently ranked third with 25 million views. The tenth film of the Fast & Furious series has grossed $279.8 million worldwide. The newest addition, Jason Momoa’s nemesis Dante Reyes, has been regarded as the franchise’s strongest adversary.
Newcomer The Flash finished in sixth with 3.7 million viewers after one day of advanced screening. Next week’s figures should reveal more about how Nigerians are reacting to the DC title, which has received generally unfavorable reviews throughout the globe.
From June 9 to 15, 2023, Nigerian moviegoers spent a total of $153.7 million on international and Nollywood titles, with most of it going to foreign films.
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