Over 30 Million Watched “Murder Mystery” Over It’s Opening Weekend

A whopping 30 million (30,869,863 to be precise) accounts watched Adam Sandler’s latest film “Murder Mystery” over it’s opening weekend on June 14th. Over 13 million of those were from the USA and Canada. Previous records include the Will Smith 2017 fantasy film “Bright” which got 11 million views in it’s first 3 days and the first week of the Sandra Bullock thriller Bird Box was watched by 45 million global accounts during its first seven days.

The film stars Adam Sandler (“The Meyerowitz Stories”) and Jennifer Aniston (“Horrible Bosses”) alongside Luke Evans (“The Alienist”) and was written by James Vanderbilt (“White House Down”). You can read our review of “Murder Mystery” here: https://www.newonnetflix.info/reviews/film/murder-mystery/


When a NYC cop (Sandler) finally takes his wife (Aniston) on a long promised European trip, a chance meeting on the flight with a mysterious man (Evans) gets them invited to an intimate family gathering on the Super Yacht of elderly billionaire Malcolm Quince. When Quince is murdered, they become the prime suspects in a modern day whodunit.

The movie was filmed on location around Europe and features a global cast including: Gemma Arterton (“Their Finest”), Luis Gerardo Mendez (“Club de Cuervos”), Shioli Kutsuna (“Deadpool 2”), David Walliams (“Little Britain”), Adeel Akhtar (“The Big Sick”), John Kani (“Black Panther”), Ólafur Darri Ólafsson (“True Detective”), with César Award winner Dany Boon (“R.A.I.D. Special Unit”), and Academy Award nominee Terence Stamp (“Miss Peregrine’s”).

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30 thoughts on “Over 30 Million Watched “Murder Mystery” Over It’s Opening Weekend

  1. I really enjoyed the film it was great watch,I like Adam sandlers film some great funny films and a few not so great, but overall this was good,it was certainly not a bad film.

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