‘Mission: Impossible 7’ Opens Box Office Run With $7 Million From Previews

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“Dead Reckoning” is projected for an $85 million-$95 million five-day total

Tom Cruise mid-air in "Mission: Impossible Dead Reckoning Part 1" (Paramount/Skydance)

Paramount’s “Mission: Impossible — Dead Reckoning, Part One” is enjoying a robust start to its box office campaign. Opening midweek to take advantage of strong buzz, the seventh installment of the Tom Cruise action franchise has earned $7 million from Tuesday night preview screenings in around 3,300 theaters.

By comparison, the film’s predecessor “Mission: Impossible — Fallout” earned $6 million in 2018 from preview screenings in the traditional Thursday night slot. Over five days, “Dead Reckoning” is projected to earn an extended opening of $85 million-$95 million from over 4,000 theaters in North America and $250 million worldwide.

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