Rise of the Evil Dead star Alyssa Sutherland is worried about the film’s success at the box office. Latest entry Evil Dead The franchise premiered in April and follows estranged sisters Ellie (Sutherland) and Beth (Lily Sullivan) as they struggle to protect their family from demonic creatures known as the Deadites. Although intended for HBO Max, early screenings caused reactions Rise of the Evil Dead getting a theatrical release. Since its debut, the film has grossed over $100 million, with relative acclaim from fans and critics alike.


in a recent interview with Insider, Sutherland shared his reaction to the film’s box office success. The actor calls it “wild” and represents the initial plan to have Rise of the Evil Dead premiered on the streaming service. Read Sutherland’s box office reviews Rise of the Evil Dead below:

It’s so wild. To think we’re going to go to HBO Max and instead, it’s like, wait, what? I feel like a lot of people will go to the movies more than once for this. That’s great.

What Evil Dead Rise box office means for the franchise

Jessica rises from the water in Evil Dead Rise

Only on its opening weekend, Rise of the Evil Dead made more than the original The 1981 film took second place at the box office and beat early projections. The gore teased in its trailer had longtime fans looking forward to it, and the film’s setting in a dilapidated Los Angeles apartment complex seemed to attract new audiences as well. Not only when it comes to his place in the franchise Rise of the Evil Dead Currently the highest-grossing installment, however, it introduced various elements, including Naturom Demonto’s repositioning and volume three.

the success of Rise of the Evil Dead will allow the series to expand in the future, and director Lee Cronin is already thinking about a potential sequel. In the film, an earthquake revealed a hidden space beneath Ellie’s building, where Danny (Morgan Davis) discovered the Book of the Dead and some notes written by a priest who freed the dead. Cronin explained this earlier a Rise of the Evil Dead continuation he could learn about past events or watch a priest fight several demons.

Sutherland’s attitude to success Rise of the Evil Dead, which is exciting to hear, especially since it’s slated for HBO Max. It will be interesting to see how the franchise’s fan base will grow after this movie is released, and if its survivors will appear again in the future. With the amount of passion around Rise of the Evil Deadrelease ofand its checkout performance, additional fees seem possible.

Source: Insider