According to Deadline, Lionsgate/Summit’s faith-based movie The Shack based on the bestselling William P. Young novel also saw gains in its second day of release of +11% or $6.1M putting its three-day opening at $16.1M in third. That’s the best for the faith-based genre in some time beating the first weekends of War Room ($11.4M), Risen ($11.8M), and last year’s sleeper Miracles From Heaven ($14.8M).
Social media monitor Relish Mix points out that The Shack‘s social media universe across Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and YouTube views counts 42M which beats the 2016 average for a faith-based film’s SMU of 34M.
See the full story here: http://deadline.com/2017/03/logan-box-office-opening-get-out-the-shack-1202035207/
“The Shack” Shows up at Strong in the Opening Week Box Office was originally published on praisedc.com