Insidious The Red Door has the highest worldwide box office


Insidious: The Red Door, the fifth installment in the popular Insidious horror franchise, has quietly emerged as a box office powerhouse, captivating movie-goers worldwide. With its exceptional opening weekend earnings of $32.65 million domestically and an impressive $64 million worldwide, the film has surpassed all expectations. Currently standing at a staggering $174,382,000 in worldwide box office revenue, it has claimed the throne as the highest-grossing film in the franchise, outperforming its predecessor, Insidious: The Last Key, which earned $172,811,971. As the theatrical run continues, the film is now just a mere $5 million away from becoming the highest-grossing domestically, a title currently held by Insidious: Chapter 2 with $83,586,447.

Insidious The Red Door
Insidious The Red Door

The Plot – Insidious The Red Door

Directed by Patrick Wilson, marking his feature directorial debut, Insidious: The Red Door revisits the family of the first two films, the Lamberts, ten years after the events of Insidious: Chapter 2. The story revolves around Josh Lambert, played by Patrick Wilson, who accompanies his son Dalton, portrayed by Ty Simpkins, to an ivy-covered university in the East. However, their dreams quickly turn into a haunting nightmare as the repressed demons from their past resurface to torment them once again. Rose Byrne returns as Josh’s wife, Renai, and Andrew Astor reprises his role as their son, Foster.

Behind the Scenes

The screenplay for Insidious: The Red Door was skillfully crafted by Scott Teems, co-writer of Halloween Kills, based on an idea from Leigh Whannell, the franchise’s creator, alongside James Wan. The film comes under the banners of Screen Gems and Stage 6 Films, with renowned producer Jason Blum helming the project for Blumhouse. Collaborating with Blum are James Wan, Leigh Whannell, and Oren Peli, while Steven Schneider, Ryan Turek, and Brian Kavanaugh Jones serve as executive producers.

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The film features a talented cast, led by Patrick Wilson reprising his role as Josh Lambert and Rose Byrne returning as Renai. Ty Simpkins and Andrew Astor complete the Lambert family as Dalton and Foster, respectively. Joining the ensemble are Sinclair Daniel (Madam Secretary), Peter Dager (Demente Criminal), and Hiam Abbass (Blade Runner 2049), adding depth to the chilling narrative.

Future Prospects: With Insidious

The Red Door’s tremendous success, Sony Pictures is already gearing up for the next installment, a spin-off titled Thread: An Insidious Tale. Helmed by writer-director Jeremy Slater, the upcoming project has the talented duo of Mandy Moore and Kumail Nanjiani attached to star. However, due to Hollywood strikes, the production is currently on hold, awaiting an end to the strikes before progressing further.

Insidious: The Red Door has undoubtedly struck a chord with horror enthusiasts, mesmerizing audiences and shattering records at the box office. Its gripping storyline, combined with the return of familiar faces and the brilliance of its creators, has propelled it to become the highest-grossing film in the Insidious franchise on a global scale. As it continues its theatrical run, there’s no doubt that more eerie surprises await, further solidifying its place in horror movie history. If you haven’t experienced the spine-chilling terror of Insidious: The Red Door, now is the perfect time to embark on this unforgettable cinematic journey. Let us know your thoughts in the comments below and join in the discussion about this thrilling horror masterpiece.