‘Indiana Jones and the Dial of Fate’ isn’t doing well at the box office

'Indiana Jones and the Dial of Fate' isn't doing well at the box office

The much-anticipated Harrison Ford-starrer “Indiana Jones and the Dial of Fate” has taken a nosedive at the box office opening, underperforming the recent achievements of “The Flash”.

Worldwide, the adventure film opened to an estimated $130 million, while the DC production grossed $139 million upon its premiere.

A challenging budget

Additionally, “Indiana Jones and the Dial of Fate” has a higher budget than “The Flash”, with some sources putting the cost at over $300 million, with the figure being inflated by an additional $100 million due to the investment in the promotional campaign. Is. , To be profitable, the film must easily reach $1 billion, a goal few films have achieved and which in this case is practically impossible.

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Of the $130 million “Indiana Jones 5” earned, $60 million came from theaters in North America, while $70 million came from the rest of the world. Although he hopes to collect a few more million in the United States during Fourth of July celebrations, this will still be insufficient, as he is estimated to only be able to add another 12 million on Monday and another 10 million on Tuesday.

Public disfavor

It’s clear that audiences weren’t eager to see “Dial of Fate,” as the previous installment of the iconic saga, “Kingdom of the Crystal Skull,” raked in $100 million in the United States 15 years ago. Also, perhaps the plethora of releases of big productions is limiting the box office performance of almost all of them.

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In addition, “Indiana Jones and the Dial of Fate” isn’t enthralling the public and, although it’s ahead of the fourth installment in the saga, American audience ratings put it on a par with other titles.

The fate of ‘Indiana Jones and the Dial of Fate’

Therefore, there is a high probability that “Indiana Jones and the Dial of Fate” will end up being the biggest flop of 2023, and who knows, it may just add another Disney production to the list of biggest money-losers of all time. Can also turn back. History. This year has been full of disappointments at the box office.

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