Film “Along With The Gods: The Two Worlds” Sets New Box Office Record In Just 4 Days
Film “Along with the Gods: The Two Worlds” continues to set new records by surpassing 2 million moviegoers in just four days.
Since its premiere on December 20, the film seized first place in box office ticket sales by gaining popularity through word-of-mouth. Four days after its release, it is still dominating the box office with a booking rate of 58.9 percent.
The 2 million milestone was passed in just a day after it had surpassed 1 million viewers on December 22. This rate is eight days faster than past winter box office hit from 2014, “Ode to My Father,” and six days ahead of 2013’s winter hit, “The Attorney.”
The record is also four hours ahead of rival film “Master,” which was the previously fastest film to gain 2 million viewers in December.