‘Transformers: The Last Knight’ Opens With Franchise’s Lowest Box Office
The latest installment for the Transformers franchise hit theaters this weekend and unfortunately for the Hasbro toy based film, it was greeted with a dismal box office showing.
The franchise which began 10 years is now in its fifth film and opened on Friday to $15.6 million, which was also the lowest opening day for all the Transformers films.
However, the film’s box office total of $69.1 million over the course of the weekend still had it land in the number one spot, followed by Cars 3 in second spot and Wonder Woman in third.
Both critics and fans did not seem to be happy with The Last Knight and it currently has a 15% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, with only 58% for the audience score. This isn’t the greatest news when the planned spin-off featuring Bumblebee is set for next year.
Do you think that people are finally finished with the Transformers franchise? Let us know what you think might be the cause for the low box office take in the comment section below.
If you might need a little persuasion on whether or not you see the latest Transformers movie, check out our spoiler-free review.
Transformers: The Last Knight is in theaters now.
Source: Business Insider