‘Sound Of Freedom’ Ticket Sales Have Now Surpassed ‘Mission: Impossible,’ Top Summer Blockbusters

Angel Studios’ Sound Of Freedom — the hit Jim Caviezel film that details a former DHS agent’s fight against child trafficking — has now surpassed Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One and other top summer blockbusters in ticket sales.

As of Monday morning, Sound of Freedom had grossed a remarkable $178 million at the domestic box office after initial high-end estimates of just $15 million. Ticket sales have turned the film into the summer’s biggest hit, surpassing Disney’s latest bomb — Indiana Jones And The Dial Of Destiny — which grossed just $174 million despite a massive marketing budget estimated to have cost tens-of-millions of dollars.

Sound of Freedom has also outearned Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One, which grossed $165 million, as well Transformers: Rise of the Beasts and its $157 million haul.

As of this report, Angel Studios’ film is the ninth highest grossing film this year, according to figures analyzed by Breitbart News. Sound of Freedom could still move into the eighth slot, which is currently occupied by John Wick: Chapter 4. The action franchise’s latest entry has grossed $187 million on the year, while Sound of Freedom cleared $2.6 million in its seventh week of



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