‘Angel Has Fallen’ Opens With $21 Million, Matches ‘London Has Fallen’

  • The Wrap
Lionsgate/Millennium’s “Angel Has Fallen” has joined “Good Boys” and “Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark” in the recent series of August films that have earned modest but better-than-expected opening weekends. The third film in Gerard Butler’s “Fallen” series has earned $21.2 million from 3,286 screens, nearly matching the $21.6 million opening earned by “London Has Fallen” in March 2016.

Like “London Has Fallen,” “Angel” was a dud with critics and a hit with audiences, earning a 39% Rotten Tomatoes score and an A- in CinemaScore audience polls. Moviegoer demographics showed a near 50/50 split on gender but skewed older with 58% above the age of 30.

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Angel Has Fallen” was also made on a cheaper budget than the $60 million “London” with a reported budget of $40 million after tax incentives. The threequel will now try to match the $62.5 million
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