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Halloween is the Fourth Best Movie of the Franchise when adjusted for Inflation

Halloween is the Fourth Best Movie of the Franchise when adjusted for Inflation , Image Source - IMDB
Halloween is the Fourth Best Movie of the Franchise when adjusted for Inflation , Image Source - IMDB

The latest reboot of the Halloween has attained its success with just its opening weekend and it is already known the film had more than $70 million opening. Comparing to the $10 million budget the film was made, return of investments are highly profitable for the makers and it is still left to earn more at the box office with more days left for the film to perform.

The movie so far has collected around $80 million at the domestic box office and it made the film fourth highest collected film of the franchise when subjected to inflation. The Monday collections were around $4.5 million and weekdays are holding steady without much drop in the footfall. The film is behind the final collection of Halloween II ($84m adjusted), Halloween: H20 ($107m adjusted) and Halloween ($184m adjusted). 

Without inflations, the film is now the top collected film beating the previous best Halloween (2007) which collected $58 million. The movie has already accomplished the task failed by films like The Predator, Terminator Genysis and Alien Covenant to make a comeback. It should be noted that the reviews for Halloween weren’t completely favourable. 

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Halloween is the Fourth Best Movie of the Franchise when adjusted for Inflation

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