Beyoncé’s “Renaissance” Film Debuts at No. 1 at US Box Office

Beyoncé’s new music tour film, “Renaissance,” has debuted at No. 1 at the US box office with a strong $21.8 million opening weekend. The film, which is a visual cinematic storytelling of Beyoncé’s latest hit album, “Renaissance,” played in 2,539 theaters across the country.

This is the second biggest post-Thanksgiving opening weekend ever, behind only “The Last Samurai” in 2003, which grossed $24.3 million.

It is also the fifth biggest opening weekend of all time for any tour film, behind “Michael Jackson’s This Is It” ($23.2 million), “Justin Bieber: Never Say Never” ($29.5 million), “Hannah Montana and Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert” ($31.1 million), and “Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour” ($92.8 million).

The tour film had competition from Hunger Games prequel “The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes”, “Godzilla Minus One”, and Ridley Scott’s “Napoleon” already running strong at the US box office.

US Weekend Box Office:

  • 1) Renaissance: A Film By Beyonce – $21M
  • 2) The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes – $14.5M
  • 3) Godzilla Minus One – $11M
US Weekend Box Office As Per Rotten Tomatoes on X

“Renaissance” opening weekend gross:

  • $5.1 million from Thursday previews
  • $6.5 million on Friday (11.6 million including previews)
  • $6 million on Saturday, a 7.7% decrease from Friday
  • $4.2 million on Sunday, a 30.7% decrease from Saturday

“Renaissance” is a critical and commercial success, and it is sure to be a popular choice for moviegoers this holiday season.

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