Halloween Ends opened to lackluster box-office numbers, earning it a distinction as the lowest-earning debut of the Halloween Sequel Trilogy.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Ends made $41.2 million in 3,901 theaters against the trilogy-launching 2018 Halloween's record-breaking $76.2 million opening, and even Halloween Kills' $50 million opening. The film was also met with largely negative reviews and currently holds a 40% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. However, the film also arrived as a day-and-date release, which simultaneously started streaming on Peacock for a 60-day window. While that strategy might have affected theatrical ticket sales, it is worth noting that Kills was released in the same manner last year.
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