Insidious: The Red Door, a horror film starring Patrick Wilson and Rose Byrne, is the No. 1 film in North America with a weekend gross of $32.7 million. Insidious: The Red Door box office collection. Disney has left behind Pixar’s “Elemental” and Sony’s “Spider-Man”.
Insidious: the Red Door – Tops box office with $32.7M Opening
- “Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny” topped the box office. The credits of which go to the horror sequel, “Insidious: The Red Door”.
- Sunday the horror film starring and directed by Wilson earned $32.7 million in ticket sales from 3,188 theaters.
- “Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny,” starring Harrison Ford, fell 56% to second with $26.5 million.
- Angel Studios’ “Sound of Freedom” featuring Jim Caviezel came in third.
- The fifth installment of the horror franchise has fared better than 2018’s “Insidious: The Last Key”.
- This is the highest grossing debut of any PG-13 horror film of the past two years.
- The Blumhouse-produced franchise, starring Wilson and Rose Byrne, debuted in 2011 under the direction of James Wan.
- The film has been responsible for over $570 million in global box office returns.
In its second week, “Indiana Jones 5” brought its domestic total to $121.2 million. Globally, it has earned an estimated $247.9 million which is considered to be a good number.
The third-place film, “Sound of Freedom”, produced by Angel Studios and a faith-based, crowdfunded operation, has grossed an estimated $18.2 million from 2,850 theaters.
Rounding out the top five were Disney Pixar’s “Elemental” in fourth place with $9.6 million and Sony’s “Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse” with $8 million.
5 tops box office collection list
- The first place film horror sequel, “Insidious: The Red Door”, earned $32.7 million.
- The second place film, “Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny”, grossed 26.5 million.
- The third-place film, “Sound of Freedom”, grossed $18.2 million.
- Fourth place was Disney Pixar’s “Elemental” with $9.6 million.
- Sony’s “Spider-Man: took the fifth place with $8 million.