The new movie “M3GAN,” which was produced by Universal and Blumhouse, is off to a strong start at the box office. This project that Blumhouse and Atomic Monster worked on together has received a lot of praise, and it has also seen a significant increase in attendance. A total of $11.7 million was made during the first weekend that the killer doll movie was in theaters. It is anticipated that the film will earn $27.5 million in its first three days of release, which is an excellent start.
TikTok has, in effect, taken the place of forty percent of the movie’s advertisements. Users flocked to the website in large numbers in order to present their most convincing M3GAN dancing impressions. Unfortunately, the actual dance routine in the movie is not choreographed to a contemporary hit song, and it is not nearly as lengthy or pleasant as one might hope it would be. In practically every respect, the movie lives up to the hype it generated with its trailer.
The plot summary for M3GAN reads as follows:
Artificial intelligence has reached new heights with the creation of M3GAN, a lifelike doll designed to be both a child’s best friend and a parent’s best ally. Gemma, a clever roboticist, designed M3GAN to be a companion, teacher, playmate, and guardian. It is capable of listening, watching, and learning. When Gemma finds herself taking care of her niece, 8-year-old Izzy, she makes the fateful decision to give Izzy a prototype of the machine learning algorithm M3GAN.