Haywire Opens Today in Theaters Jan 20th Forecasts and Projections

Posted by: Jen on January 20, 2012

Haywire opens today in theaters jan 20Haywire, staring Gina Carano, made its debut in theaters on Jan 20th.

It was released as a wide release on more than 2500 screens. Other wide released movies that were released on Jan 20th include Underworld Awakening, Red Tails and Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close.

Total sales from all movies this weekend are expected to come in at around $102 million and Relativity Media is projecting that Haywire will do $8 million in sales. Underworld Awakening is expected to come in #1 with 20-25 million in weekend sales.

Update 01/21/12:
Haywire does $2.9 million in sales on Friday coming slightly behind  Contraband and Extremely Loud which took the #3 and #4 spots with $3.7 m and $3.2m respectively.

Haywire Movie Reviews

Haywire Trailers and Complete Movie Information

Haywire TV Spot #1, #2, #3

Source:  Hollywoodreporter

  • This movie looks good. Gina was good for the sport of MMA. Hopefully she returns.

  • “The film focuses on visceral and propulsive action centered around a female special ops agent named Mallory Kane (Gina Carano), who is described as the best in the business. The cool thing is, the audience is asked to believe this fact simply because the other characters in the film say she is the best – and they don’t have to watch her be brutally beaten, raped or otherwise assaulted in order to make her “prove” it.
    As played by Carano – the world’s top female MMA star making her acting debut – Mallory knows how to shoot a gun, but is far more impressive at beating, kicking, running long distances and dismantling her opponents with stunning hand-to-hand combat moves. And Soderbergh also admirably one-ups “Dragon’s” Fincher and the rest of the falsely feminist forces behind “Dragon” by trusting newcomer Carano to hold her own against and/or beat the tar out of veteran male movie stars, including Michael Douglas, Antonio Banderas and Ewan McGregor.” — Feminism in Film: Why ‘Haywire’ Trounces Torturous ‘Girl with the Dragon Tattoo’
    by Carl Kozlowski