How Much Once Upon A Time In Hollywood May Have To Make To Break Even


If those estimates are correct, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood will need to do around ten times what it made in its opening weekend over the course of its run to get into the black. Without adjusting for inflation, of Quentin Tarantino’s filmography, to date only Django Unchained has made $400 million worldwide, finishing with $425.4 million. Inglourious Basterds is the director’s second-most successful film at the box office, earning $321.5 million worldwide.

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