Warcraft Movie Box Office | Week 2 – June 24

Written by Medievaldragon on . Posted in World of Warcraft Film

The Box Office reported the Week 2 domestic and worldwide gross for the Warcraft Movie. As of June 24, the Warcraft Movie has made $42,392,470 domestic, and $382,371,529 worldwide.

From June 10-16, the WARCRAFT movie made $31,191,525 domestically reaching Rank #2 across 3,400 theatres in the United States. However, this past week (June 17-24) it only made $10,564,945 with a 66% decline compared to last week, going down to Rank #5.

 

Warcraft Movie Box Office

Overseas: Last week the WARCRAFT movie was standing at $313,621,525 worldwide with $280,500,000 of that gross coming from Overseas. This week the Box Office reports an increase of $59,479,059 in Foreign gross, for a total of $339,979,059 Foreign gross.

Domestic: Last week the WARCRAFT movie was standing at $31,191,525 domestic. This week the Box Office reports it made $11,200,945, for a total of $42,392,470 domestic gross.

Just a few days ago, pre-orders for the WARCRAFT Blu-Ray/DVD opened with a 42% discount. The 4K Ultra HD version includes the Blu-Ray + Digital (40% discount).

There is no indication that a Director’s Cut might be available, so it’s recommended to pre-order the normal cut Blu-Ray/DVD to get a 40-42% discount. If the Director’s Cut is announced previous to the normal cut Blu-Ray launch, you can always cancel and get the Director’s Cut. Otherwise, the discount is a good deal.

UPDATE: Seems official… there won’t be an Extended Cut (Director’s Cut). Thanks TheMadBass.

 

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