Box Office Low Predicted For Transformers The Last Knight

The number crunchers have been tracking all the stats for the upcoming release of Transformers: The Last Knight on June 20th or 21st depending on what you call opening day. The film is projected to do less than $70 Million domestically, which would place The Last Knight at the bottom of the list for Transformers movie sales. Hardly seems to matter as Paramount Pictures is putting most of their efforts on overseas with a huge opening event in China earlier this week. Read on to see the full details from We Got This Covered.
Michael Bay’s fifth (and possibly final?) installment in the juggernaut series is booked in for a theatrical release on June 21st, and despite a five-day run at the box office, The Last Knight is reportedly set to scoop up $70 million, which would go down as the lowest opening in the franchise’s history. But as the figures for The Mummy, Alien: Covenant, and Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales attest, Hollywood tentpoles can live or die depending on their performance overseas, and the Transformers series has traditionally fared better within international markets than home turf. Will the same be true of The Last Knight?

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