Why Fast X blew everyone away at the box office

Longtime fans of The Fast and the Furious series tend to make the debut of each new chapter an event. “Almost” While there may not be “almost” merch or TV borrowings on the scale of “Star Wars” or the MCU, the series still has a loyal and active fan base, which has historically always popped up around opening weekend.

Since 2009’s Fast and Furious, all Fast movies have grossed at least $60 million domestically in their first weekend of their theatrical release. 2015’s “Furious 7” was an outlier; it deposited nearly $150 million in its first three days. Every other installment has come in respectably, but is still under $100 million. It’s worth noting that six of the Fast movies with big opening weekends grossed more than half a billion dollars worldwide, so overall, Fast X is looking good.

However, two factors thwart what should appear to be an unqualified success. The domestic total of Fast The latest film’s $340 million production budget far exceeds that of the rest of the series, meaning Fast

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