Don’t Worry About the Box Office Darling as Olivia Wilde’s second film is set to exceed expectations
Don’t Worry About the Box Office Darling as Olivia Wilde’s second film is set to exceed expectations

Don’t Worry About the Box Office Darling as Olivia Wilde’s second film is set to exceed expectations

After months of discussions that made us all feel a bit like Chris Pine at a Q&A at the Venice Film Festival, Don’t worry, dear is finally revealing its secrets in theaters around the world this weekend, and in a twist befitting a film full of them, Olivia Wilde’s sophomore film is likely to exceed expectations at the box office.

Warner Bros. play it safe with their estimates, pegging the Florence Pugh film at $17 million, which is probably in line with Don’t worry, dearPoor 31% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. However, this ignores the fact that there is a dearth of new films at the moment, let alone ones aimed at the adult population and Don’t worry, dear is a mystery film that viewers may want to unravel for themselves.

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The biggest variable is the Harry Styles factor, which pundits believe could boost the film’s weekend performance to somewhere between $20 million and $24 million, with some predicting it could rise even higher.

SEE ALSO: Read our review of Don’t Worry Darling here

In any case, it should take the top spot from Gina Prince-Bythewood The Woman King [read our ★★★★ review here] which also performed well at the top of the box office last weekend and will be looking to add another double-digit amount to its $22 million total. As two films directed by women, with female narratives, both are cause for celebration.

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From a female king we go to ‘King of the World’ with the re-release of James Cameron’s greatest film of all time Avatars. Retrieved from Disney+ so they can make it up/you can prepare Avatar: The Way of Water (Delete where applicable), Disney and 20th Century are expecting between $7 million and $10 million to bring audiences back to Pandora. Not bad for a thirteen-year-old movie with years of TV syndication, etc “Is it really that good?” Reputation.

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Source – THR

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