Photo| ‘Spiral’ poster
[Reporter Yang So-young on the Daily Economy Star Today]
“Saw” spin-off “Spiral” topped the box office on its first weekend.
According to the Korea Film Council’s integrated network of movie tickets, “Spiral” (director Darren Lynn Bowsman) topped the box office with 65,83 viewers over the weekend from the 14th to the 16th. The cumulative audience is 88,308.
The spin-off “Spiral” of the “Saw” series is a thriller film about a series of murders targeting police and an unidentified package being delivered to them.
Produced by “Saw” and “Conjuring” James Wan, director Darren Lynn Bowzman, who led the golden age of the existing series, took the megaphone. Samuel L. Jackson of the “Avengers” series and Chris Rock of the Emmy Award-winning fourth time appeared.
“The Spy” (The director Dominic Cooke), starring Benedict Cumberbatch, gathered the most viewers, following “Spiral”. “The Spy” drew 36,888 viewers over the weekend. The cumulative number of viewers was 283,088 people.
The animated film “Cruise Family: New Age” (director Joel Crawford) came in third. The movie attracted 33,364 viewers and recorded 206,680 viewers.
In fourth place, the long-running animation “Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba the Movie: Mugen Train” (director Haruo Sotozaki). It mobilized 29,127 people over the weekend. The cumulative number of viewers reached 2 million,206.
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