Beyoncé’s ‘Renaissance’ Reigns at Box Office, Hits $21 Million Debut

Beyoncé’s concert film “Renaissance” storms the box office, raking in $21 million in North American sales during a traditionally slow post-Thanksgiving weekend, marking a triumphant debut amidst a generally sluggish box office.

A Film by Beyoncé,” stormed the North American box office with a commanding $21 million debut, defying the typically slow post-Thanksgiving box office trend.

The film, which revolves around the tour for her Grammy-winning album, enjoyed a robust opening across 2,539 theaters in the U.S. and Canada, accompanied by a successful international release that contributed $6.4 million from 94 territories.

Amidst a weekend with relatively lackluster releases, “Renaissance” broke a 20-year record by being the first film to surpass the $20 million mark during this traditionally tepid box office period. AMC Theatres‘ Elizabeth Frank lauded Beyoncé’s creative prowess and the film’s resonance with both fans and critics, underscoring the artist’s multifaceted talents as a performer, producer, and director.

While the overall box office struggled to surpass $85 million across the top 10 films, “Renaissance” shone brightly, leveraging a slower weekend to captivate audiences and secure an impressive debut amid varied cinematic offerings.


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