Kodoani.com – Live-action movie “Gran Turismo” based on the PlayStation series, earned $8,753,665 at the US box office during the four-day Labor Day weekend from September 1 to 4. The film ranked at number 4 on the sales list. In addition, the 20th anniversary screening of the Korean live-action film, adapted from Garon Tsuchiya and Nobuaki Minegishi’s 2003 manga “Oldboy”, earned $83,990 the previous weekend and ranked 25th.
Sony Pictures released the film “Gran Turismo” in the United States and Canada on August 25, after delaying the original release schedule from August 11 due to an ongoing writers and actors strike in Hollywood. . The film grossed $17.3 million in its opening weekend and about $36.5 million internationally. The worldwide gross to date is $81,164,211.
The movie “Gran Turismo” is about a group of underdogs including a working class gamer, a failed former racer and an ideal motorsport executive who venture into the sport. The highest level of sport in the world. This is an inspiring, engaging and action-packed story.
The 20th anniversary screening of the Korean live-action film “Oldboy” began on August 16 and grossed US$878,212 in its first five days in the United States. The remake of the film has been restored and refreshed, surpassing the cumulative North American total of $707,000 in its opening at the box office. “Oldboy” is a manga series published under the pseudonym Garon Tsuchiya and illustrator Nobuaki Minegishi, serialized in Futabasha’s Manga Action magazine from 1996 to 1998, and has inspired many other adaptations. each other around the world.