While Quentin Tarantino’s movies may not generally be considered box office juggernauts, there is no doubt that his movies tend to do fairly well in terms of cash. Add in the fact that his ideas tend to be original creations, and the fact that he’s broken $400 million becomes something of an unexpected miracle. Add in the prestige factors that his movies bring, and you have a recipe for pleased film studios.
Sony Pictures will likely be no different with Tarantino’s latest offering, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. As of right now, the movie has made just north of $180 million worldwide, and according to THR, it potentially as a lot more cash on the horizon.
The outlet states that box office analysts predict it’ll earn somewhere between $375 million and $400 million, as the movie has only just started to roll out overseas.
“The movie is arguably the most accessible and entertaining of all of Tarantino’s films and given its collective star power, great marketing campaign and generally great reviews, it should be no surprise that the film has become a global breakout hit,” said Paul Dergarabedian of ComScore. “And Once Upon a Time in Hollywood certainly has the potential to become the highest-grossing Tarantino movie ever.”
According to Sony, Hollywood has opened in its overseas markets ahead of Django Unchained — Tarantino’s highest-grossing film to date — by around 30%, which is a sizable margin.
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