At the box office, Sound of Freedom has made over $40 million and outperformed Indiana Jones as well as the Dial of Destiny on a per-screen basis.
After just six days in theaters, Sound of Freedom had raked in $40.2 million as of this week. Additionally, it earned an average of $6,388 per screen over the course of a weekend, surpassing Dial of Destiny’s $5,760 average.
Dial of Destiny from the Disney Grooming Syndicate is now showing in 4,600 cinemas, as opposed to Sound of Freedom’s 2,852 locations.
Sound of Freedom may have finished third with $18.2 million and Dial of Destiny may have finished second with a weekend box office take of $26.5 million, however, Sound of Freedom appears to be doing a greater job of drawing audiences.
Additionally, Sound of Freedom has already proven profitable, unlike Disney’s Dial of Destiny, which is projected to lose tens or maybe hundreds of millions of dollars. Sound of Freedom had a $14.5 million budget but made millions as soon as it reached the $25 to $30 million mark. And it’s only just beginning. Word of mouth is poised to be spectacular with an A+ Cinemascore and the corporate media’s frantic and nasty attacks. On home media, Sound of Freedom ought to fare well.
Previously, Hollywood’s anticipated sauce was Sound of Freedom’s secret sauce: Create a film about a topic that people care about (child sex trafficking), add a dramatic theme (Christianity) that will appeal to a wide audience, entertain viewers, and refrain from preaching or reprimanding.
Disney will lose up to several hundred million dollars because it stifled Indiana Jones. Nobody wished to see Indiana Jones diminished aside from the Disney child groomers.
There are many individuals who want to see good people save kids from bad ones.