According to reports, Ryan Reynolds’ Sci-fi drama ‘The Adam Project’ started well at Netflix, and the film continuously represents the supremacy of Netflix with received excellent responses from the critics and audience. But even though the performance of the film ‘The Adam Project’ on Netflix so far is quite good, it is nothing special compared to the last few big-budget films of Netflix.
Is The Adam Project Hit Or Flop? How Is The Film Performing on Netflix?
According to reports from Netflix, Shawn Levy’s original ‘The Adam Project’ debuted with 92.43 million watch hours in its first weekend and generated 233 million views in the first month. Not only this, ‘The Adam Project’ is currently the fourth most-watched English film on Netflix, after ‘Red Notice’ (#1), ‘6 Underground’ (#1), ‘Don’t Look Up’ (#2), and ‘Bird Box (#3)’.
Talking about budget, according to reports, ‘The Adam Project’ had a production budget of $100 million and Netflix spent more than $150 million on the distribution rights of the film, but it’s not confirmed, so not sure. Talking about the overall verdict, then the news portals declared ‘The Adam Project’ is a Hit film on Netflix, basis on the first month performance of the film, and the film is also proving beneficial for Netflix.
Talking about the critical response, ‘The Adam Project’ has mostly received positive responses from the audience and critics, especially for the direction and VFX of the film. ‘The Adam Project’ received a 6.7/10* IMDb rating based on 187k votes, and on Rotten Tomatoes, it is scored 67/100% based on 207 reviews.
‘The Adam Project’
‘The Adam Project’ is directed by Shawn Levy (director of Free Guy) and stars Ryan Reynolds, Walker Scobell, and Mark Ruffalo. ‘The Adam Project’ made under the production banners of Skydance Media, Maximum Effort, and 21 Laps Entertainment, and the film has distributed by Netflix. ‘The Adam Project’ was written by Jonathan Tropper, T.S. Nowlin, Jennifer Flackett, and Mark Levin.
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