“Sound of Freedom” Dominates Box Office in Latin America
The highly anticipated film, “Sound of Freedom,” has taken the Latin American box office by storm. Since its release on August 31, the movie has soared to the number one spot in 18 countries across the region.
Directed by Alejandro Monteverde and led by Jim Caviezel, the film tackles the harrowing issue of human trafficking. It has captivated audiences, attracting nearly two million viewers from Mexico City to Caracas during its opening weekend.
Produced by Angel Studios, the same studio behind the popular faith-based television series “The Chosen,” “Sound of Freedom” has exceeded expectations both domestically and internationally.
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Jared Geesey, Chief Distribution Officer at Angel Studios, expressed his gratitude to the fans for proving industry experts wrong. He stated, “We’re grateful to our fans for making us the number one movie in Latin America. We’re seeing packed theaters, standing ovations, widespread enthusiasm, and strong word-of-mouth from Buenos Aires to Mexico City to Bogota to Caracas, Lima, and beyond.”
The film’s success in Latin America has been remarkable, surpassing the goal of reaching 2 million advance ticket sales in just four days. Geesey added, “This film is fast-becoming a global movement for change.”
Notably, “Sound of Freedom” has also achieved significant success in New Zealand and Australia, where it claimed the number one and number two spots, respectively, on opening weekend.
Described as the sleeper hit of the summer, the film continues to captivate audiences worldwide. It remains in over 2,000 theaters since its release on July 4 and has earned an impressive $181,967,046 as of September 3, according to Box Office Mojo.
In this true story-based film, Jim Caviezel portrays Tim Ballard, a federal agent who embarks on a dangerous mission to rescue a young girl from sex slavery in South America.
The success of “Sound of Freedom” has prompted its global release, with screenings scheduled in Latin American countries, the U.K., and Ireland between August and October.
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