Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem Makes Strong Box Office Debut In First Weekend Of Release And Could Go For Second Place
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem is the new animated film dedicated to the four most famous fighting turtles in the world, which just made its debut in the United States last week. This weekend is the first he has faced at the box office, accompanied by much anticipation from the public and also quite positive reviews from critics. The debut was certainly positive, with 10.2 million takings this weekend including previews for the week. An excellent start that will shake up the current box office rankings, which we are now going to review together!
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Chaos 10 million at the box office
Obviously Barbie remains in first place alone, with its almost 12.8 million receipts and an incredible number of 394 million overall. In second place is Oppenheimer raises $5.7 million and that rises to $194 million coverall and it is precisely this second place that the new Ninja Turtles could aim for, in the next weeks.
In Italy we still have to wait for the release of this film, which is scheduled for August 30, precisely with the end of the holidays and the proximity of the start of schools, so a good date to go to the cinema. However, the reviews and the cinema attendance in the United States are a very positive sign that Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Case Mutant by Seth Rogen is a film to see at the cinema, with the whole family and perfect for those who are big fans of these four messy ninjas pizza lovers.
After years of martial arts training, the young Turtle brothers emerge from their underground lair to save the city of New York from a group of criminals who have taken over the streets. With the help of their new friend April O’Neil, the brothers will use all their skills to fight against an army of mutants and prove their worth as heroes.
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