Babylon’s limited Christmas release came in barely with a weak mark, giving Margot Robbie another box office bomb after the October release in Amsterdam.
Margot Robbie Her second film in a row saw her turn into a box office bomb, eg Babylon Failed to secure a contract over the festive period. The film, which also stars Brad Pitt, Olivia Wilde, and Tobey Maguire, was given a limited release on December 23 to less than positive reviews, and that clearly didn’t help the film’s box office earnings. Currently, the film appears to be ending its extended weekend after taking less than $6 million against its $79 million budget.
Babylon is three hours or longerwhich many moviegoers know is long for any movie, and it seems that many didn’t have the time to spend heading to the cinemas to see it, especially when playing around the corner is the visually stunning spectacle. Avatar: Water Road. While a lot of issues with movies like Babylon Filming lately has been about timing, as well as people being more choosy about which films they spend money to go to and see on the big screen. For Margot Robbie, this is the second film in the last few months that has been poorly reviewed and failed at the box office.
Margot Robbie has rarely gone wrong since breaking into Hollywood with her role The Wolf of Wall Street. In October, the movie Amsterdam It was released to a flurry of controversy, and ended up crashing at the box office and with critics. Now, Robbie is again facing the same story with BabylonAnd it appears that even its wider release in January may not be enough to save the film from commercial failure.
Babylon is a vision of transcendence and a different time in Hollywood history
Babylon Set in the 1920s, it shows a dark side of Hollywood where dreams are made and broken in a world where debauchery is king and the consequences of falling into a party well only end badly.
Despite the films’ poor reviews, there was a lot of speculation about the possibility of Margot Robbie receiving another Academy Award nomination for her role in the film. Critics were mostly heaped with, if not too much, praise for Robbie, and it seems like it’s one of those rare occasions when audiences sadly agreed.
The weird thing about it Babylon is that the early reviews were mostly positive, but as more came in, the ratings for the movie started to slip. While audiences will have the option to see the movie in larger volumes in January, there could be a lot of delay investing more than 3 hours into the movie based on reviews from the limited US release only. Hopefully, Margot Robbie will be able to turn around her fortunes with the coming year Barbie, which has developed such an air of intrigue around it that the idea of this movie being a flop is largely incomprehensible at the moment. However, stranger things have happened recently, and we’ll have to wait until July 21, 2023 for the movie.
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