Mission Impossible: Fallout Pre-Release Analysis: Tom Cruise Starrer Set To Emerge Best Opener Of 2018 At Nepal


Mission Impossible: Fallout Pre-Release Analysis: Agent Ethan Hunt is back with the sixth instalment of the successful Mission Impossible franchise titled Fallout. The movie starring Tom Cruise is in lead has been rated 97% fresh on Rotten Tomatoes and currently stands at 9.5 on IMDB. The action entertainer has not just been hailed by the reviewers from the west as the best film from the franchise but also the best action film of Hollywood.

The movie releases in Nepal on 27th July, 2018 and is expected to embark onto a solid start at the Box-Office. The Mission Impossible franchise has a loyal fan-base in Nepal which is growing further with every passing day. The previous film from the franchise, Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation took a reasonable start.

The jump in the opening day collections of Rogue Nation when compared to Ghost Protocol (2011) was 36% and keeping the jump in opening day collections of the franchise as the base, Mission Impossible: Fallout should cross the double-digit mark at the Box-Office on its opening day.

If the occupancy of Fallout is similar to that of Rogue Nation, it should comfortably cross the good mark. These days, No of 3D screens are increasing in Nepal including out of the valley. There are more than 15 3D screens at out of valley and Hollywood is doing good business from there.

Kathmandu is a classic market of Hollywood, from the Hollywood biggies like ‘Mission Impossible’ collected handsome revenue. In Kathmandu based multiplexes, Mission Impossible might get good shows and word of mouth. The movie will be looking to surpass the opening day collections of Deadpool 2 and Avengers : Infinity War and emerge the another biggest Hollywood opener of the year.

If the word of mouth in Nepal is indeed positive, the opening weekend biz is expected to be good. But as mentioned above, it all depends on the word of mouth. Mission Impossible isn’t a larger than life, commercially viable franchise like Fast and Furious in Nepal, which in a way acts as a barrier as far as the lifetime collections are concerned.

How excited are you for Mission Impossible: Fallout? Let us know!


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