Tom and Jerry Manages to Have a Wowing Opening Weekend at the Box Office

Warner Bros.’s latest animated comic venture ‘Tom and Jerry’ made a grand entry on the silver screen. With an amazing business of $13.7 million on the box office. Tom and Jerry have managed to get one of the biggest opening weekends after the Covid-19 pandemic. With the success of Tom and Jerry on the silver screen comes the ray of hopes for the movie theaters.

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It will take longer for the movie theaters to get back in the business. But the success of Wonder Woman 1984 which saw its release in December 2020. With $16.7 million, is the sign that the audience is finally getting the confidence to step into the theater. And the business is slowly getting back on track.

Overseas, the cartooned adventure based on the iconic cat. And mouse rivalry has made $25 million from 33 countries for a global tally of $38.8 million. Given current conditions, it’s considered a strong start for the $79 million-budgeted “Tom and Jerry.”


What helped Tom And Jerry win the big success

Helmed by Tim Story, Tom and Jerry starring Chloë Grace Moretz, Michael Peña and Colin Jost got the chance to be played in 2,475 theaters in North America. Which played an important role in the success of the venture.

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According to many, it’s the charm of the classic rivalry between the furious cat and mischievous mouse that pulled the audience to the movie theater. The entertainment and heartwarming content Tom and Jerry delivered in their early days are what paying them off right now.

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The audiences’ anticipation and eagerness to see their favorite childhood cartoon returning to the silver screen. Already made it easy for the makers to guess that the film is going to give them good business.


With its mind-boggling script and fun animation, the movie not just managed to win the audience’s heart. But also garnered some positive critics and acclaim from the viewers.

The live-action animated film holds a disheartening rating of 24 on Rotten Tomatoes and got 5.4 stars of 10 on IMDB.

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