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Tuesday, September 8, 2020

13 Years Strong: Rob Zombie’s ‘Halloween’ Still Holds Labor Day Weekend Box Office Record

For its thirteenth straight year in a row, Rob Zombie‘s polarizing Halloween remake remains the world heavyweight champion of the extended Labor Day Weekend, pulling in $30,591,759 at the domestic box office back in 2007. Its only competition this year was Christopher Nolan’s Tenet, which was hobbled at the box office by, well, everything going on right now.

Even still, Tenet managed to rake in $20.2 million at the domestic box office across the 5-day weekend, playing in 2,810 theaters in the US. There’s a high probability that a wider, more conventional release during more conventional times would’ve allowed Tenet to dethrone Halloween, but then again, in more conventional times Nolan’s film would’ve released in July.

To this day, the movie that has come the closest to taking Halloween‘s Labor Day Opening Weekend title is 2012’s horror film The Possession, which opened at $21 million domestically. Other films that came close to Halloween‘s Labor Day numbers, though not in their opening weekends, include The Sixth Sense ($29.2 million) and Crazy Rich Asians ($28.5 million).

Zombie’s Halloween went on to make $58 million domestically, $80 million worldwide.

Love it or hate it, it still remains supreme at the box office all these years later.



source https://bloody-disgusting.com/movie/3630761/13-years-strong-rob-zombies-halloween-still-holds-labor-day-weekend-box-office-record/

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