Who said thrillers can’t top charts? The recently-launched thriller movie, ‘The Invisible Man’ just did. The new thriller movie has garnered plenty of food reviews and ratings. The story plot has been framed in such a way that it’s direct and unambiguous.
The movie has earned more than $29 million from theatres in North America. The earnings have fax exceeded the production budget. The relatively modest budget of ‘The Invisible Man’ falls under $80 million. According to exit polls, the thriller movie drew diverse audiences (18% Hispanic, 20% African American, and 46% Caucasian).
The earnings of the thriller movie is expected to stay on good margin until the sequel of “A Quiet Place,” “A Quiet Place Part II” gets released. Other latest releases that have been performing well in theatres are “The Call Of The Wild”, “Sonic the Hedgehog,” “Bad Boys for Life” and “My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising.”
“The Invisible Man” has been performing well in the review world as well. Seasoned horror movie lovers have genuinely appreciated several scenes in the movie that took them by fascination. The movie has been appreciated all over online reviews and forums as a brilliant makeover of H.G Wells’ classic 1897 science-fiction novel.