Starring George Clooney and Julia Roberts, Universal Pictures’ recently released rom-com ‘Ticket to Paradise’ have received mixed reviews from the audience and critics, and despite the release alongside ‘Black Adam’, ‘Ticket to Paradise’ has started its box office with very well and expected numbers, while the overseas business was already great for the film, but the question is, is this a successful film?
Is Ticket to Paradise Hit Or Flop?
Reports indicate that Universal’s romantic comedy ‘Ticket to Paradise’ was released in the USA on 21 October 2022 in more than 3500 theaters, collected $6.41 million on its opening day and $16.34 million on its opening weekend at the domestic box office, while the total box office gross is currently at $63.23 million domestically and $96.60 million overseas, for a worldwide total of $159.83 million.
It is undeniable that ‘Ticket to Paradise’s box office performance is very impressive, and whether it’s domestic or overseas, the film is running perfectly all over the world. But besides the excellent performance, ‘Ticket to Paradise’ comes with a price tag of $60 million, and after marketing, the total cost is over $125 million, but it also does not matter because according to industry estimations, ‘Ticket to Paradise’ will be in the profit zone from the week, and for now it can be called a box office hit. Generally, ‘Ticket to Paradise’ is a Ticket to Profit for Universal Pictures.
Discussing the exact critical response, ‘Ticket to Paradise’ has received a 6.2/10* IMDb rating, and on Rotten Tomatoes, it scored 57/100% based on 207 critical reviews.
‘Ticket to Paradise’ is directed and co-written by Ol Parker with Daniel Pipski, and it stars George Clooney and Julia Roberts. ‘Ticket to Paradise’ was produced by Tim Bevan, Eric Fellner, Sarah Harvey, and Deborah Balderstone under the production banners of Working Title Films, Smokehouse Pictures, and Red Om Films and distributed by Universal Pictures.