The Woman King’ Eyes Long Haul At Fall Box Office After Hot TIFF Premiere With 100% Rotten Tomatoes – Weekend Preview
The Woman King is a historical epic about an African warrior played by Viola Davis. It's a throwback to the kinds of historical epics that Columbia
Pictures has won Oscars for in the past. Sony predicts that it will make $12 million in its first weekend, while other studios think it will make between
$13 million and 16 million. Even though adults went to the movies again this summer, giving Top Gun: Maverick more than $700 million and Elvis $150.3 million in the
United States, it's still not clear how they'll behave when there's not much to see. The hope is that this Gina Prince-Bythewood movie about the Agojie
a group of strong female warriors in the Kingdom of Dahomey, one of Africa's most powerful states in the 18th and 19th centuries, will find audiences
outside of its target demographic, especially as awards season gets underway. African Americans and women over 25 were ready to buy tickets.
The Woman King had its world premiere at the Toronto Film Festival on Friday. Based on 46 reviews on Rotten Tomatoes, it has a score of 100%.