The stars have aligned for “The Fault in Our Stars,” with Friday estimates reaching as high as $50 million for the tear-jerking romance’s opening weekend in the U.S.
The film — starring Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort — looked likely to hit somewhere in the $20 million to $22 million range on Friday, including an impressive $8.2 million in Thursday night showings. Saturday showings would probably come in around $17 million, followed by around $11 million on Sunday.
The launch for “The Fault in Our Stars” probably won’t match the $54 million that Woodley’s “Divergent” scored in its March 21-23 opening weekend — but the opening still looks to be stellar given the $12 million budget for “Stars.”
Fans of John Green’s novel about two cancer patients are showing enormous support for the movie version of “The Fault in Our Stars.” 20th Century Fox organized Thursday’s “The Night Before Our Stars,” a fan event at »
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