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The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It Defeats A Quiet Place 2 at Weekend Box Office

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The Conjuring 3 Updates: It has been a surprise for the box office victory, “The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It” has defeated  “A Quiet Place 2” in the weekend box office in the U.S.

The latest entry of the Warner Bros and the series of “Conjuring”  of the New Line’s have been scared up $24 million in the sales of the tickers from the  3,102 North American venues. It has been exceeding the initial projections and has easily led the domestic charts.

Heading to the weekend box office prognosticators, it has been expected that reigning champ “A Quiet Place Part II” will lead again. The horror sequel which has been directed by John Krasinski, and debuted the last weekend to a pandemic record of $48 million and it has taken in an impressive $58 million in its first five days of its release.

Let’s See The Conjuring 3 Vs A Quiet Place 2

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Even having competition from the fellow terror-inducing movie, “A Quiet Place 2”  it has still being enjoyed from the solid sophomore outing.

The movie has generated $19.5 million from the 3,744 theaters, which has boosted its total in the U.S. haul to a roaring $88 million. “A Quiet Place Part II” has been added to another $19 million which has brought its global tally to $138 million.

Currently, 75% of the cinemas of the US  have been reopened, according to the news of Comscore. It has combined with the promising ticket sales for “The Devil Made Me Do It” and “A Quiet Place 2,” the industry experts have optimized the recovery of the movie business after the terrible year of delays and deserted theaters.

With the upcoming blockbuster such as Marvel’s superhero tentpole “Black Widow,” Universal’s “Fast & Furious sequel “F9” and the Warner Bros. musical “In the Heights,”  the season of the summer movie should have been provided to the theater operators with some of the much-needed stability.

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