‘Jungle Cruise’ Earns $34 Million at U.S. Box Office, $30 Million Globally on Disney+

‘Jungle Cruise’ Earns $34 Million at U.S. Box Office, $30 Million Globally on Disney+
As with “Black Widow,” Disney has released opening weekend information on both the box office and paid streaming performance of “Jungle Cruise,” reporting a theatrical opening weekend total of $34.2 million from 4,310 locations along with over $30 million in global grosses from the film’s premium release on Disney+.

The adventure film starring Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt also opened in 47 markets this weekend, grossing $27.6 million to bring its global box office opening to $61.8 million. When Disney+ numbers are included, the total rises to just over $92 million. Reception for the film has been positive with a 62% critics score and 93% audience score on Rotten Tomatoes along with an A- on CinemaScore.

By comparision, “Cruella” opened to $42.6 million worldwide on Memorial Day weekend, going on to gross $221 million worldwide along with undisclosed paid streaming revenue against a $200 million budget. In this post-pandemic box office, the traditional measures of box office success have been made
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