‘Sound Of Freedom’ Studio Credits ‘Everyday People’ With Making Movie A Massive $164M Hit

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Despite not having the backing of the Hollywood establishment, the independent film Sound Of Freedom continues to be a massive success, as it has made over $164 million at the domestic box office at the time of this writing.

Angel Studios, the production company behind Sound Of Freedom, is now crediting “everyday people” with making the anti-child trafficking film a success as mainstream Hollywood continues to scratch their heads over how this happened.

Sound Of Freedom Continues To Be A Hit

Jared Geesey, Angel Studios senior VP of global distribution, is confident that Sound Of Freedom will eventually surpass the $200 million mark in North America.

“The vast majority of tickets are being bought by human, everyday people in a normal purchase flow,” Geesey told The Hollywood Reporter.

Angel Studios has stated that over 14.5 million tickets to Sound Of Freedom have been purchased in North America. However, some naysayers have questioned how many of these tickets are donated tickets through Angel Studios “Pay It Forward” model, which allows people to buy and then donate Sound of Freedom tickets for others to use.

Though Geesey declined to reveal how many tickets were donated tickets, he indicated that the number was not very huge.

“We do not break out ‘Pay It Forward’ tickets versus regular tickets because they’re the same thing,” he explained. “A ticket is a ticket whether you paid for it or someone else paid for it.”

“People are very grateful for all the momentum that ‘Pay It Forward’ has created,” he added.

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‘A Summer Movie Success Story’

Regardless of how the tickets were bought, industry experts are taking notice off the success of Sound Of Freedom.

“Angel Studios deserves a tremendous amount of credit for designing and executing one of the most unexpected indie box office runs in years,” said Shawn Robbins, chief analyst at BoxOffice.com. “Sound of Freedom’s sustained success goes to show that grassroots campaigning still has a sizeable impact in this day and age and that the movie’s core audience remains overlooked and underserved,”

Sound of Freedom is a summer movie success story that wasn’t even on the radar just a few short weeks ago,” added Paul Dergarabedian, senior media analyst at Comscore. “[It] has become one of the most talked about movies of the summer a film [and its] box office revenue has surpassed that of titles with much bigger stars, brands, and budgets.”

Sound of Freedom is based on the true story of the real life government agent Tim Ballard (Jim Caviezel), who quit his job to travel to Colombia to save a little girl who had been sex trafficked. The film exposes the very real issue of child trafficking, something that many argue is frequently swept under the rug in this country.

Related: Trump Hosts ‘Sound Of Freedom’ Screening With Jim Caviezel And Tim Ballard – ‘A Great Movie’

Trump Hosts Sound Of Freedom Screening

Last month, the former President Donald Trump was visibly moved after hosting a screening of the movie at his golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey.

“I hope you enjoyed it. It’s something I’m not sure if you’re supposed to enjoy or learn —  it’s a combination. But that was a great movie,” Trump said afterwards. “Now I understand why it’s doing so well.”

The success of Sound Of Freedom just goes to show that American moviegoers have had enough of the woke nonsense that is constantly being spewed out by mainstream Hollywood these days. If Hollywood executives really want to start selling more movie tickets again, they might want to take notice of Sound Of Freedom, because that is clearly the type of content that Americans are hungry for right now.

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