‘Don’t Worry Darling’ Claims Victory With 3.1 Million at Thursday Box Office

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  • Author: Harper Lambert
  • September 23,2022

‘Don’t Worry Darling’ Claims Victory With 3.1 Million at Thursday Box Office Olivia Wilde’s “Don’t Worry Darling” scored 3.1 million at the Thursday night box office, debuting at more than 3,300 locations before it expands to more than 4,000 theaters this weekend.

According to Warner Bros.’ projections, the New Line Cinema film will earn 17 million from its opening weekend. Independent projections put that number at 18 million to 20 million. According to reports, its budget falls in the mid-20 million range.

The Florence Pugh and Harry Styles-starring psychological thriller premieres opposite Disney’s re-release of “Avatar” (2009), a few months before its sequel “The Way of Water” hits theaters. The David Bowie documentary “Moonage Daydream” expands wide after last week’s successful limited opening of 1.6 million. Meanwhile, Viola Davis vehicle “The Woman King,” continues a strong run following its 19 million opening weekend.

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