Guy Ritchie’s latest film brings a touch of America to the UK, with Matthew McConaughey in the main role. The film is another gangster crime film, which is back to Ritchie’s roots after he made a couple of films away from the genre: King Arthur and Aladdin. While his movie has only had its release in the UK, Ireland and New Zealand, how much has it made so far?
So far, the film has made a fairly small amount of money, with it banking just $7.6million (£5.8million.)
At the moment, it has not had a wide release, meaning it is hard to know whether the film has been a success.
In the USA the film will be released on January 24, alongside many other large territories such as Indonesia and Saudi Arabia.
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The movie will continue being released throughout February across the world, though fans in Argentina and Italy will not be able to see the film until March and May respectively.
The budget for the film has not been reported, meaning it may be that this film is on budget despite its fairly small returns thus far.
However, given that most of Ritchie’s crime comedies have averaged a budget of around $10million (£7.6million,) and his more recent films, though they have been more special-effects drive, have cost more like $100million