Box Office Tracking Revealed For Mission Impossible - Fallout And Teen Titans Go! To The Movies

Some early Box Office tracking and predictions have been made for two movies that will be out later this month.

The movies we take a look at today include Paramount Pictures' Mission Impossible - Fallout and Warner Bros' Teen Titans Go! To The Movies.

The Box Office tracking for the two movies were reported by Variety.

First up, an estimate was made on the Box Office potential for Mission Impossible - Fallout and it looks like the film is on track to be one of the highest grossing movies to be released this July.

Current tracking shows that the Tom Cruise action movie should have a healthy opening weekend of $48 million to as high as $65 million. Box Office Pro has another estimate ranging from $60 million to up to $75 million.

It's looking like the movie will open with around $60 million which is great for a franchise like this.

It's also decent since Mission Impossible is not a Star Wars or comic book movie which are the two main genres dominating Hollywood today.

July already greeted us with the launch of Ant-Man and the Wasp which opened with $76 million in its opening weekend.

Well July will also see another comic book movie released as Warner Bros will be releasing the animated movie Teen Titans Go! To The Movies.

While it won't open as high as a Marvel movie, current estimates suggest the film will open between $14 million to $19 million.

This is seen as decent for a movie aimed at mostly kids.

The creators also said if this movie is successful, they might think about making more episodes based on the original Teen Titans TV series that got cancelled over a decade ago.

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