Noel Clarke’s Brotherhood, the third and “final” instalment in a trilogy that includes Kidulthood (2006) and Adulthood (2008), is a certified box office hit.
The Guardian reports:
Brotherhood began its preview run in the UK on bank holiday Monday last week, grossing £971,000 in its first four days. It then took a further £1.01m over the official weekend period, for a seven-day opening tally of £1.98m. Given a release in just 220 cinemas – less than half of the number for all its close competitors – that translates into a very robust site average, even if the film’s preview takings are excluded from the calculation. In fact, Brotherhood’s weekend site average of £4,581 is the highest of any film on release.
Well I can’t say I’m surprised.
Congratulations Noel, cast, crew and Lionsgate.
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