Sound of Freedom, the movie that took North American cinemas by storm, is doing well in the United States. A few days ago, it crossed the magical threshold of 100 million dollars. This despite the fact that the film has long been silenced by the Hollywood elite and the major media channels.
Sound of Freedom has not only angered the US left-liberal elite because of the film’s “false message about child sex trafficking and its QAnon-infected message” – it is also a box office hit.
Sound of Freedom sold 10 million tickets and earned $100M in the US box office. A monumental feat in shedding light on child trafficking. The fight continues.#AngelStudios #SoundOfFreedom pic.twitter.com/GRoDwTgpap
— Angel Studios (@AngelStudiosInc) July 20, 2023
Sound of Freedom is currently the third most popular movie in the country and ticket sales show no signs of slowing down.
Feminist manifesto Barbie and Chris Nolan’s Oppenheimer opened this weekend and, as expected, took the top two spots. But like last weekend’s Tom Cruise action bonanza M:I Dead Reckoning, Sound of Freedom is in a league of its own.
On a per-theater basis, the movie is currently averaging around $2,100/bioduke, compared to $1,400/bioduke for Ethan Hunt’s recent escapades. However, it should be noted that there is a difference of about 1,000 theaters between the films.
It should also be noted that Sound of Freedom was produced with a budget of only $15 million, while Disney’s latest flop, Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny, had a budget of over $300 million.
To the best of our knowledge, there is still no distributor for Sound of Freedom outside of North America.