“Don’t Worry Darling” has nothing to stress about.
The Olivia Wilde-directed psych thriller took dwelling $9.4 million on its opening night Friday, according to IMDB’s Box Office Mojo.
Long earlier than its debut, it had already generated buzz due to rumors that Wilde, 38, is dating the film’s leading man, 28-year-old British megastar Harry Styles.
Flying into second place was the 4K re-release of 2009 Oscar-winner “Avatar,” with an over $3.3 million take.
“I went into that screening nervous that it was going to be a bit cringe-worthy relative to the brand new movie, which seems to be fairly spectacular,” its director James Cameron told Entertainment Weekly
“The Woman King,” which was in first place last week, was dethroned to 3rd, incomes near $3 million. The historic epic has pulled in $28 million since its Sept. 16 premiere.
Thriller “Barbarian,” which the Wall Street Journal called ” a promising horror debut,” landed in fourth with gross sales of over $1.4 million. The slasher-at-an-Airbnb flick has taken in $25 million domestically and $1 million internationally because it debuted Sept. 9.
“Pearl,” which is a prequel to horror director Ti West’s “X,” was a distant fifth with gross sales simply topping $585,500