The AchieVer Posted June 19, 2019 Share Posted June 19, 2019 Adam Sandler's Murder Mystery is Netflix's biggest weekend film ever The Sandler- and Jennifer Aniston-starring comedy has been a big success, Netflix tells us. Luke Evans, Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston are in this movie. Scott Yamano This weekend you might have been scrolling through Netflix. You might have looked at Roma or Okja or The Ballad of Buster Scruggs. Then you might have faced the inevitable: Netflix is going to get you to watch Adam Sandler's Murder Mystery. You and everyone else. On Tuesday, Netflix tweeted that Murder Mystery, an Agatha Christie-like caper also starring Jennifer Aniston and directed by Kyle Newacheck for Happy Madison Productions, had broken the record for "biggest opening weekend ever for a Netflix film." In its first three days, over 30 million people watched Sandler and Aniston attempt to figure out who killed a billionaire at a yacht party. But that's not the biggest mystery at play here. As one Twitter user pointed out, how many of those viewers watched the whole movie? We also don't know what film previously held the "biggest opening weekend" title for one of Netflix's originals. The streamer didn't immediately respond to a request for comment. Murder Mystery is part of Sandler's eight-movie deal with Netflix. The Ridiculous 6 arrived in 2015, followed by The Do-Over, Sandy Wexler, The Week Of and the upcoming crime comedy Uncut Gems. In the meantime, Sandler found critical success starring in Noah Baumbach's The Meyerowitz Stories, a non-Happy Madison production. Netflix is normally coy with its viewing figures, but in-house records? We'll tell all! In January, it tweeted Sandra Bullock's Bird Boxhad the "best first 7 days ever for a Netflix film!" -- viewed in that period by over 45 million Netflix accounts. It also released numbers on shows like You, Sex Education and Bodyguard, but again, few details on those non-independently verified stats. Source Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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