The Croods: A New Age (The Croods 2),” in November which debuted theatrically, was the No. 1 movie in North America.
The Universal Pictures Animation sequel raised $1.7 million from 1,913 over the weekend. This number surpassed Denzel Washington’s “Little Things” and “Judah and Black Messiah” for the second week in a row. The Croods series had $50 million in revenue, and could eventually surpass “Tenet” ($58 million) to become the most lucrative coronavirus movie.
Homebox office was sare in a completely different situation in China, where ticket sales surged this year. Overall, China has established blockbuster bishops such as “Chinatown Detective 3”, “Halomu” and “Odyssey” by 2021, and this article and other articles have a record 1.2 billion for Chinese New Year ticket sales. Reached the dollar. It’s hard to believe that a similarly closed Ubox office could return to pre-epidemic levels. Sooner or later, even studio analysts and managers are optimistic about China.
However, Dergarabedian predicts that it may take some time for U.S. box office charges to return to normal.
Elsewhere in North America, The Little Things rose to second place with $1.2 million at 2,061 points. The film will feature Rami Malek and Jared Leto, who earned her $11 million for the first time in four weeks. Third, it created $905,000 for a total of $3.3 million. Two Warner Bros. movies can be seen on his streaming service on HBO Max.
Another Warner Bros. film ‘Wonder Woman 1984 ‘came in fourth with 805,000 dollars.
The Croods 2
Initial release: 2020 (Saudi Arabia)
Director: Joel Crawford
Box office: $140 million
Budget: 65 million USD
Film series: The Croods
Will I go to jail or will I be fined for downloading a movie illegally?
The fine under the current law of piracy, the Copyright Ordinance, 1962, is up to three years of imprisonment/jail or a fine/penalty of up to Rs100,000. This fine is doubled for the second or subsequent crime. One explanation for why laws are so weak in Pakistan is because there is no evidence or research to prove piracy in Pakistan.