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Box Office: ‘A Quiet Place: Day One’ Scores Franchise-Best $53 Million Debut, Kevin Costner’s ‘Horizon’ Misfires With $11 Million

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Rebecca Rubin Senior Film and Media Reporter “A Quiet Place: Day One” is making noise at the box office, collecting a roaring $53 million in its domestic opening weekend.

It added $45.5 million internationally for a global tally of $98.5 million Those ticket sales are especially impressive because spinoff stories usually don’t bring in as much business as direct sequels.

Yet “A Quiet Place: Day One” — a prequel story in Paramount’s post-apocalyptic horror series — landed the biggest debut in the franchise, exceeding the original 2018 “A Quiet Place,” ($50 million to start) and the 2021 sequel, “A Quiet Place Part II” (a $48 million debut during COVID).

This start is also notable because John Krasinski, who directed the first two films, and his wife Emily Blunt, who starred in them, didn’t return for this entry.

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