For those who do have the chance to watch the film on the big screen, the movie is already out, as it began screening the week before its Netflix release.
According to Deadline, the film made $290,000 (£204,000) in its first day in cinemas and $780,000 (£550,000) over its opening weekend.
This may not seem like a lot and is not compared with films that have a wide-scale cinematic release.
However, it is the highest box office takings for a Netflix film in its opening weekend, with 2018 movie Roma now moving to second place with its $200,000 (£141,000) for its opening weekend.
Published at Tue, 18 May 2021 07:46:56 +0000