According to reports, Chris Pine’s action-thriller ‘The Contractor’ is an OTT film, but ‘The Contractor’ has also been released in theaters. Talking about the theatrical response, then, ‘The Contractor’ has underperformed at the box office, and the audience has been rejected this film at the ticket window. Not only this, the so-far box office of the film is not well for distributors of the film.
Is The Contractor Hit Or Flop?
According to reports, the action thriller ‘The Contractor’, released on April 1, 2022, in only 489 domestic theaters, collected $195k on its opening day and $560k on its opening weekend at the domestic (USA and Canada) box office. Overall, ‘The Contractor’ has so far collected $1.03 million at the domestic box office and $2.09 million at the worldwide box office. While’ The Contractor’ is an average budget film and the budget for the film is est. $40-50 million.
Compared to the budget, ‘The Contractor’ is too disappointing, while the critics did expect a double digit from the film’s lifetime at the box office. But if compared to counts of theatres, then the box office of ‘The Contractor’ is not shocking. But still, ‘The Contractor’ is a box office failure by reports, and this film is a total loss for theatrical distributors of the film.
But for the distributors too, ‘The Contractor’ has not been not bad, cause the digital and theatrical distributor of the film is Paramount Pictures, and as we have mentioned earlier that this film is an OTT film. Talking about the critical response, then ‘The Contractor’ received a 5.7/10* IMDb rating based on 10k votes, and on Rotten Tomatoes, it is scored 46/100% based on 79 reviews.
‘The Contractor’ is directed by Tarik Saleh and stars Chris Pine, Ben Foster, Gillian Jacobs, Eddie Marsan, and J. D. Pardo. The writer of the film is J.P. Davis. ‘The Contractor’ was produced under the production banners of Thunder Road Films and 30West and distributed by Paramount Pictures (United States) and STXfilms (International).