REPORT: Box Office bomb for flag-free ‘First Man’ film about moon landing
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First Man tanked at the box office, coming in well below expectations, with just a $16.2 million opening weekend.
At worst, the story of Neil Armstrong’s historic trip to the moon was projected to do much better, anywhere between $19 million and $21 million. Keep in mind, though, that those projections are usually downplayed as a means to save face and to inspire free publicity when a film over-performs.
The article goes on to state the following:
In other words, $16 million is a catastrophe for a movie that probably cost $100 million to $125 million to produce and publicize.
The film was heavily criticized during its promo opening when audiences learned that the film did not include Neil Armstrong planting the American flag into the moon.
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