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Tom Hanks’ new film ‘A Man Called Otto’ crosses box-office milestone

The film was originally expected to make $4.2 million at the Box Office.

Tom Hanks’ new film ‘A Man Called Otto’ successfully crossed a box-office milestone!

As reported, the heartfelt drama starring Tom Hanks as a crabby widower has crossed $100 in earnings at the box office and still counting.

Directed by Marc Forster, A Man Called Otto, is the second adaptation of Fredrik Backman’s 2012 novel A Man Called Ove.

The film’s box-office collections stand at $100.4 million, earning $61.2 million in North America and $39.2 million internationally.

Meanwhile, the top top-selling markets overseas include the United Kingdom ($6.28 million), Australia ($5.17 million), Mexico ($5.06 million), Spain ($2.6 million) and Germany ($2.5 million).

The film’s opening weekend is reported to have surpassed expectations back in January when the movie brought in $15 million domestically during its debut.

The film was originally expected to make $4.2 million at the box office.

So far few films intended for an older audience have found success at the box office, however, the Sony movie, exceeded expectations.

Another movie geared towards older audiences that hit the jackpot was Elvis, also a Tom Hanks starrer that made $287 million worldwide.

A Man Called Otto started with a limited theatrical release on December 29, 2022, before a wide release in the United States on January 13, 2023.

The film has received mixed reviews from critics and so far grossed $100 million worldwide while being made on a $50 million budget.


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