Box Office: “The fault in our stars” to “Edge” out Tom Cruise’s latest Sci-Fi flick.

Box Office: “The fault in our stars” to “Edge” out Tom Cruise’s latest Sci-Fi flick.

In spite of being one of the best reviewed movies of the year, "Edge of Tomorrow" is expected to bow to second place right behind "The Fault In Our Stars."


Edge of tomorrow currently is enjoying stellar reviews, but unfortunately great reviews sometimes do not translate into buzz and in this case Box Office tickets. In spite of being one of the best reviewed movies of the year, the adaptation of the All you need is kill manga, starring Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt, is expected to bow to second place right behind The Fault In Our Stars starring Shailene Woodley.

 


The Fault In Our Stars, based on a very popular novel by author John Green, center around two teenagers who meet and fall in love in a support group for cancer patients. It has all become the biggest pre-selling romantic drama in Fandango’ history and social media tracking shows that it will enjoy great fan and overall female audience support over the weekend.  The Fault In Our Stars is expected to make about $45 million in US theaters over the weekend, it was made with a modest budget of $12 million.



Edge of Tomorrow will not fare as well, current projection show it will make somewhere between $30 and $32 million, which is lower than the debut of Cruise’s Oblivion which opened to $37.1 million last year.  Perhaps Edge of Tomorrow will endure in theaters due to its critical acclaim, but it is difficult to project if it will since it already endured a disappointing international opening last weekend.



 

Forecast (June 6-8)

1. Fault in Our Stars - $45 million

2. Edge of Tomorrow - $32 million

3. Maleficent- $31.2 million (-55%)

4. Men:DOFP- $18.2 million (-44%)


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