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The film franchise — “The Da Vinci Code” and “Angels and Demons” — has proven itself to be a force at the global box office. “The Da Vinci Code,” which cost $125 million to make, opened to $77.1 million in the U.S. And Canada before going on to rack up $758.2 million at box offices world-wide, according to Box Office Mojo data. Volkswagen headline font types. In 2009 Sony Pictures added $25 million to the budget for “Angels and Demons” and the film earned $46.2 million domestically in its opening and grossed $485.9 million globally. Also read: But it’s been a full decade since professor Robert Langdon was brought to life on the big screen, and seven years since the last film. With audiences being inundated with entertainment content, such a long period between films in a series can cause interest to wane.

Not to mention the 40% drop “Angels and Demons” experienced in its opening weekend is a signal of dipping interest. “While ‘Angels and Demons’ still earned enough to green light a sequel, that may indicate that the fan base for the series could be slipping,” wrote analysts at Box Office. Sony cut the production budget for “Inferno” to $75 million and Box Office analysts expect the film to bring in $24 million in its opening weekend. Weekend top 10 box office estimates Rank Title Distributor Weekend estimate (millions) Estimated domestic gross (millions) Rotten Tomatoes rating 1 “Inferno” Sony Pictures $24.0 $24.0 26% 2 “Jack Reacher: Never Go Back” Paramount Pictures $13.7 $44.4 39% 3 “Boo!

A Madea Halloween” Lions Gate $11.4 $47.1 26% 4 “The Accountant” Waner Bros. $7.9 $60.6 51% 5 “Ouija: Origin of Evil” Universal Pictures $7.0 $24.7 80% 6 “The Girl on the Train” Universal Pictures $4.3 $65.9 44% 7 “Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children” 20th Century Fox $3.8 $79.7 64% 8 “Keeping Up with the Joneses” 20th Century Fox $3.3 $10.7 19% 9 “Deepwater Horizon” Lions Gate $1.9 $58.1 83% 10 “Storks” Warner Bros. $1.9 $22.1 64% BoxOffice.com, Rotten Tomatoes The box office is still crowed with competition, though, especially after four new films made their debuts last weekend. A Madea Halloween” is able to get a Halloween jolt, or if Tom Cruise’s “Jack Reacher: Never Go Back” is able to hold on strong following its $22.9 million opening, analysts at Box Office think there could be some competition for “Inferno.” Check out: The top 10 films at the box office are expected to generate $79.2 million this weekend, according to Box Office forecasts.



That’s a 27.4% drop from the $109.1 million 20th Century Fox’s “The Martian” helped the top 10 pull in during the same weekend a year ago. So far this year the Hollywood has garnered $9.1 billion at the box office, which is up 2.9% compared with this time last year.