Transformers: Age of Extinction May Have The First $100 Million Opening Weekend Of The Year
Transformers: Age of Extinction brought in $8.75 million in late night showing on Thursday. Showings began at 9 p.m. and the film was seen on 2,990 screens. The film officially opens in theaters today, and is on track for an opening weekend in the mid-$90 million range, possibly even breaking $100 million. If it does, Transformers: Age of Extinction will be the first film to reach the $100 million mark in its opening weekend so far this year.
Comparatively, Captain America: The Winter Soldier brought in $10.2 million in late night showing that began at 8 p.m., and raked in $95 million in its April opening weekend. Godzilla began late night showing at 7 p.m. and saw a $9.3 million return, followed by a $93.1 million opening weekend. The Amazing Spider-Man 2 also began late night showing at 7 p.m., but only brought in $8.7 million that night and $91.6 million in its opening weekend. X-Men: Days of Future Past earned $8.1 million in late night showing that began at 10 p.m. and $90.8 million in its first three days.
In Transformers: Age of Extinction, an automobile mechanic and his daughter make a discovery that brings down the Autobots - and a paranoid government official - on them.
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