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Metallica’s S&M2 film made $5.5 million at the box office, making it the largest ever global rock event cinema release in history.
The movie premiered last week in over 95 countries and more than 3,700 theaters. Due to its massive success, the film will screen for one more night on Oct. 30.
Marc Allenby, CEO of Trafalgar Releasing, said, “The S&M2 shows illustrated the immense power of the iconic collaboration between Metallica and San Francisco Symphony, from the critical and audience acclaim, to the box office results in cinemas worldwide, this film truly exemplifies the power of bringing fans together around the world via the big screen.”
Tickets for the new screenings are on sale here.
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