Godzilla vs. Kong is going to be a success despite its premiere in the middle of the pandemic, with many cinemas closed, and those that are open, with half their capacity to maintain the social distance required by the authorities. And all these thanks to a brutal marketing campaign, a critic who has valued the film better than the previous three installments, and an audience eager to see cinema on the big screen. The first country to welcome it with open arms has been China, where it is on track to be the highest-grossing international film since Fast & Furious: Hobbs & Shaw.
In this Asian country, it has added 43.3 million dollars during its first two days at the box office, and although everything indicates that it will end the first weekend about 67-68 million dollars, it could really have the bellows to reach 70 million. It is more than positive data, which added to what it seems that it is registering in much of Europe, would place it in a good position for Warner Bros. Pictures to confirm a fifth installment of the Monsterverse even though it seemed that this Godzilla vs. Kong was the end.
At the moment, in Spain, it has been a number throughout the weekend, and it may add up to almost 1 million euros by the end of Sunday, a very positive number when the last available sessions take place at 8:25 p.m. (to adjust the cinemas in this way at curfew). Will it be the success that your production company was looking for from Tenet? Because in addition, you have to add the views you have in the US through HBO Max from March 31, when the premiere will take place there both on the streaming platform and in cinemas.