We’ve all heard about the story of an abominable creature that lives in the coldest Mountains, but surely this time we’ve not in the same page while referring to it.
In the highest peaks of the Himalayas, legend persists of a strange, savage beast, a creature so terrible, he can hardly be named: the Abominable Human.
Warner Bros. newest release “Smallfoot” is the Bigfoot story all the way around, pointing out humans as the rare mythology creature that frightens everyone.
Seems like there’s room in the World for a vastly different sizes, and that is mainly what Smallfoot delivers since it embraces topics like critical thinking.
Smallfoot made its great debut this past weekend, taking the No. 1 spot across the Latin American Region, outstanding specially in the markets of Mexico ($3.6MM) and Brazil ($1.3MM). Smallfoot has as well come in as the the biggest opening weekend for a Warner Bros. animated film, staying ahead of Trolls (+30%), The Emoji Movie (+31%) and The Lorax (+103%).
Smallfoot’s Worldwide cume until date stands in $40MM, the movie has received and A- CinemaScore and has also been certified 70% fresh by Rotten Tomatoes.
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ComScore- IBOE 2018.