Since, the feature film of the Hollywood, Annabelle Comes Home, hit theatres, it is doing well, and well received by the fans and the audiences.
Though, the newly released film, #Annabelle Comes Home, is getting tough competition, from another, American movie, Spider-Man: Far From Home, but fans, and the audiences, are also loving the movie, #Annabelle Comes Home, which is touted and regarded as horror and very spooky film.
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Well, on the weekend, Saturday and Sunday, the movie, Annabelle Comes Home, which is regarded as one of the most awaited, spooky niche, movie, is collected, total amount of the around, $30.2 million, which is a big deal I think, and it is also showing, the audiences, are giving thumbs up to the movie, anyway.
Hollywood Movie Annabelle Comes Home: Box Office Collection
In the meantime, it is also quite interesting to note, that, the newly released movie, #Annabelle Comes Home, is a prequel, to the Horror Hollywood famous and the very popular movie, Conjuring.
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So the Hollywood movie, Annabelle Comes Home, is another franchise, or series, of the American film, the Conjuring Universe Series, which is also helping the movie, Annabelle Comes Home, to get hype and buzz.
Well, the drama, #Annabelle Comes Home, will also explore the story of the fable and the legendary doll, the #Annabelle doll, and the movie is helmed by Gary Dauberman, with this movie, Gary, is also marking his debut as a director, in the film industry.
The story of the film is written by, Gary Dauberman and James Wan and the screenplay for the film are done by, Gary Dauberman. The Hollywood movie actors, like, Mckenna Grace, Madison Iseman, Katie Sarife, Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga, are playing leading roles, in the upcoming horror film, Annabelle Comes Home.
While, the Hollywood movie, #Annabelle Comes Home, is surely loved and liked by the fans and the audiences’, and they are watching the movie, repeatedly on the theaters anyway.