Scorsese’s “Killers of the Flower Moon” Crosses the $100M Global Box Office Threshold
The power-packed collaboration between Apple, Paramount, and Imperative Entertainment on Martin Scorsese’s “Killers of the Flower Moon” has paid off, charting its course into the nine-digit territory in worldwide box office earnings. With a commendable feat of $102.1 million globally, the movie’s tally splits into a neat $45.3 million from domestic accounts and a sizeable $56.8 million cut churned overseas.
Apple Happy with the Outcomes Despite Falling Short of Break-Even Point
Despite the monumental budget of $200 million for the movie, it won’t be able to cover its production costs at the box office. However, it’s not all gloom on Apple’s front. They are, in fact, “very pleased” with the box office results. One might ask why? The answer lies in Apple’s long-haul strategic vision – it’s not just about numbers; it’s a quest for Academy Awards and heightened brand recognition in the high-profiled world of entertainment, and they seem to be on the right track.
As excitement surrounding “Killers of the Flower Moon” continues to surge, the road ahead is glowing bright for Apple, Paramount, and Imperative Entertainment. While they work tirelessly to bring the best of cinematic experience, viewers can fuel their entertainment appetites by exploring a plethora of award-winning movies and TV shows.
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