‘Indiana Jones 5’ and ‘Mission Impossible 7’ will cause millions in losses to their studios

The long-awaited return of Indiana Jones with Harrison Fordat 80 years old, in the dial of fate It has not caused the expected impact at the box office. Neither Mission Impossible: Deadly Judgment – Part 1 with a Tom Cruise who promised them very happy after last year’s blockbuster Top Gun: Maverick. An article in Variety already assesses the first damage, in terms of million-dollar losses, that it could generate for their respective studios, Disney and Paramount respectively.

The reason is also in the exorbitant budgets of both blockbusters. “These movies could have been a lot cheaper if it hadn’t been for COVID,” has valued shawn robinsChief Analyst at Boxoffice Pro.

The pandemic caused, for example, delays and more budget to resume filming and extraordinary investments in preventive hygienic measures. This way, Indiana Jones and the dial of fate it cost 295 millionplus another 100 million invested in promotional expenses, so it should practically multiply its budget by two or three times to have generated benefits for Disney in its commercial exploitation in theaters.

However, the figure amassed so far is far from what its producers would like. Globally, it has only raised 375 million dollars in six weeks on the billboard. And it does not even seem clear that he manages to finish his commercial career reaching 400. The previous installment, The kingdom of the crystal skull released in 2008, and despite the fact that the reviews were not especially good, managed to enter 790.6 millionbecoming the highest grossing of the saga (but with the collection figures not adjusted for inflation).

For its part, the seventh Mission Impossible something has worked, much better. Despite also being the best valued franchise So far, it has not been worth it to be the expected success. It cost about 290 million and has raised 522.9 million in five weeks. The previous one: Mission Impossible: Falloutand also directed by Christopher McQuarrie, entered 791.1.

The same article in Variety assesses that, in principle, both films could each generate about 100 million dollars of lossesalthough in the case of Indiana Jones 5 the figure is glimpsed it could even be much higher. Hope is now deposited, naturally, in its releases in streamingat least to alleviate the economic damage as much as possible.

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