After the failure of the recently released ‘Blacklight’, Liam Neesham and the makers are now expecting a good box office collection from ‘Memory’, which is scheduled to be released on April 29, 2022, in the USA. But according to reports and critics, the film will not perform well at the box office, and the reason behind this is the audience not being interested in this film, and that’s not a good sign for small budget ‘Memory’.
Memory Movie Budget Revealed
According to a verified source, the production budget for Liam Neeson’s action thriller ‘Memory’ is est $30 million, but there are no signs the film will collect more than $30 million domestically.
Action thriller ‘Memory’ produced by Cathy Schulman, Moshe Diamant, Rupert Maconick, Michael Heimler, and Arthur Sarkissian under the production banners of Black Bear Pictures, Welle Entertainment, and Saville Productions and film distributed by Briarcliff Entertainment, Open Road Films (United States), and STXfilms (International).
Not only this, but Briarcliff Entertainment was also the domestic distributor of Liam Neeson’s recently released ‘Blacklight’, and the film became a super box office bomb, with a $15 million box office against a $43 million budget. So now ‘Memory’ needs to be successful at the box office, and it’s too important.
Talking about box office projections, then, according to reports, ‘Memory’ is projected to gross $2-4 million on its opening weekend, and it’s not a good start because a mega-budget film also will be released the next week of ‘Memory’. ‘Memory’ is based on the De Zaak Alzheimer novel by Jef Geeraerts, and the film directed by Martin Campbell and stars Liam Neeson, Guy Pearce, Monica Bellucci, and Harold Torres.