Scream Earns $30.6 Million At US Box Office, Dethroning Spider-Man For The First Time

For the first time since it debuted in mid-December, Sony's Spider-Man: No Way Home is no longer the biggest movie at the box office in the US. Paramount's new Scream, the first new entry in the series since 2011's Scream 4, is projected to make $30.6 million this four-day holiday weekend, dethroning Spider-Man: No Way Home ($26 million projected).

Variety, which obtained the numbers, said Scream's $30.6 million in the US is a "spectacular result" given that Scream was produced on a $25 million budget.

Paramount boss Chris Aronson said Scream directors Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett "re-invigorated the franchise for pre-existing fans and introduced it to new generation of fans." Aronson added: "We've heard anecdotally that people have seen the film more than once or are planning to see it multiple times."

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