‘Insidious: The Red Door’ Tops Domestic Box Office With $33M

by Thomas Tuna

The Insidious franchise is still scary good.

Insidious: The Red Door–the latest entry in the popular horror franchise–made a bloody splash at the domestic box office in its opening weekend, knocking the final Indiana Jones installment off the top of the heap.

The horror pic–likely to be the final film in the series–came in first in the domestic race, earning $32.7 million from 3,200 theaters, according to a report on Deadline. That places The Red Door second in the franchise only to Insidious: Chapter 2‘s $40-million opening.

The PG-13 The Red Door--from Blumhouse Productions and Sony Pictures–is directed by star Patrick Wilson from a screenplay by Scott Teems. The cast is rounded out by Rose Byrne, Ty Simpkins, Sinclair Daniel, Peter Dager and Hiam Abbass.

The feature–set a decade after the second entry in the franchise–follows Josh Lambert (Wilson) and a college-bound Dalton (Simpkins) as they “go deeper than ever into The Further in order to put their demons to rest.”

Keep reading Horror News Network for any further updates on Insidious: The Red Door.


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