Oppenheimer VS Barbie Advance Booking: Christopher Nolan’s Film Beats Margot Robbie Starrer With THIS Number
Oppenheimer VS Barbie Advance Booking:
Two Biggest Hollywood Films, Oppenheimer & Barbie are witnessing a clash at the box office this week. Both highly-anticipated films cater to distinct genres and are competing to attract audiences to theatres.
With Christopher Nolan at the helm, Oppenheimer stars Cillian Murphy, and Greta Gerwig’s Barbie features Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling in the leads. The films are slated for a release on July 21.
With the release dates for the much-awaited films drawing closer, the advance booking numbers in India have sent a clear message that these movies are set to make a significant impact at the box office.
With both films enjoying tremendous hype and the advance booking indicators pointing towards a massive response, Indian audiences are eagerly awaiting their grand opening.
Oppenheimer Advance Booking Report
Talking about the advance booking collection, as a testament to the immense anticipation surrounding Christopher Nolan’s upcoming film Oppenheimer, the advance booking window opened ten days ago and witnessed an extraordinary response within just a few hours.
As per a film trade analyst, Oppenheimer has already secured a remarkable 90,000 tickets for the opening day across all major cinema chains, including PVR, INOX, Cinepolis, and even IMAX screens.
Barbie Advance Booking Report
On the other hand, Barbie opened its advance bookings in India a few days later and sold 16,000 tickets for its first-day show across the three chains.
Meanwhile, during a recent press event, director Christopher Nolan shared his thoughts on the clash of his film Oppenheimer with the highly anticipated Barbie. Nolan expressed his dissatisfaction with both movies hitting theaters on the same day and when questioned if he has watched Greta Gerwig’s film, the ace director provided a direct response and simply stated, No.
Oppenheimer, the highly anticipated film directed by Christopher Nolan, boasts an impressive cast ensemble that includes Robert Downey Jr., Matt Damon, Emily Blunt, and Florence Pugh. The film is based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning book, American Prometheus: The Triumph and Tragedy of J. Robert Oppenheimer.