The film comes out over the US holiday Memorial Day Weekend, meaning it has three days to garner some strong sales.
The website reports A Quiet Place Part 2 is selling “twice as many” tickets compared to its previously scheduled 2020 release before the coronavirus pandemic forced its delay into 2021.
Fandango also reported the film was on track to make a staggering amount of money over its previous movie.
When A Quiet Place was released in 2018 it earned more than $ 50 million in cinemas on the opening weekend.
Variety says the sequel has the potential to generate “between $ 40 million and $ 50 million in its first three days in theatres”.
If these numbers are met, A Quiet Place Part 2 would become the highest-selling film of the pandemic.
Cruella is being released simultaneously in cinemas and on Disney Plus with a premium charge.
Variety added that the Disney movie could make “$ 30-$ 40 million” in its first weekend.
Fandango’s managing editor, Erik Davis, commented: “This is the kind of experience theatres were made for. Audiences who have long been waiting for the big-screen debut of A Quiet Place Part 2 will not be disappointed.”
The film was also the debut of Krasinski as a director, leaving the movie an unexpected triumph when it arrived on the big screen.
The movie was an enormous success upon the release, raking in more than $ 340 million on a meagre $ 20 million budget.
A Quiet Place Part 2 hits cinemas on May 28, 2021.
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