Hollywood supernatural horror flick ‘Annabelle: Creation’ which is also known as ‘Annabelle 2’ has hit the theaters and scaring other flicks at the box office. The flick has been released on 11th August in the United State but in India, the flick has been released on 18th August. The film is directed by David F. Sandberg and written by Gary Dauberman.
The film featuring Stephanie Sigman, Talitha Bateman, Anthony LaPaglia, Miranda Otto. ‘Annabelle 2’ film made under the budget of $15 million. The film is performing good in the theaters. The film is the prequel to 2014 released the first installment of The Conjuring series — ‘Annabelle.’
‘Annabelle Creation’ aka ‘Annabelle 2’ First Weekend Box Office Collection Day wise In India:-
Hollywood horror flick ‘Annabelle: Creation’ aka ‘Annabelle 2’ is collecting good bucks at the box office, the film is getting good-word-of-mouth. The film received positive reviews from the film critics and also getting a warm response from the audience. The film opened up good at the Indian Box Office.
The film has grossed around Rs. 2.5 crores from its preview shows before release (Friday). In India, the ‘Annabelle 2’ released opposite Ayushmann Khurrana, Kriti Sanon and Rajkummar Rao starrer romantic comedy film ‘Bareilly Ki Barfi’ and Huma Qureshi starrer ‘Partition 1947.’
- Box office collection day 1st (Fri)- Rs 11crores.
- Box office collection day 2nd (Sat)- Rs 15crores
- Box office collection day 3rd (Sat)- Rs 17.5crores
- ‘Annabelle Creation’ Total Overseas Box Office Collection: $ 71.7 Million
Annabelle Creation Total Local Box office collection (Opening week): Rs. 43.5 crores
‘Annabelle Creation’ is the fourth installment of The Conjuring series in which the nun and several girls of orphanage become a target of the possessed Annabelle doll after the doll maker and his wife welcome them in their home after few years of their five-year-old daughter’s (Annabelle also called BEE) tragic death. She died after run over by a passing car in 1943. Twelve years later, in 1995, the Mullins open their home to furnished protection for Sister Charlotte and six girls left homeless by the closing of their orphanage.