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‘Bullet Train’ on Track for $27.5 Million Box Office Opening

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Prior to release, trackers had projected a $26-33 million launch driven by a predominantly young, male audience for the R-rated film starring Brad Pitt.

While critics have been mixed with a 55% Rotten Tomatoes score, audience reception has been better with a B+ on CinemaScore, 4/5 on Comscore/Screen Engine’s PostTrak and a Rotten Tomatoes score of 81%.But “Bullet Train” faces a difficult road to profitability with its reported $90 million budget, and a lack of serious competition for the rest of August may not be enough to allow the film to leg out past the break-even point unless it gets support from the international box office.

This is already happening with last week’s No. 1 film, Warner Bros.’ “DC League of Super-Pets,” which has fallen 53% from its $23 million opening for an estimated second weekend of $10-11 million.

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