After a rocky start, the film “Mystery Men” has made $30 million since its opening weekend in October.
The latest installment in the franchise, starring Michael Shannon and Jennifer Lawrence, opens in 4,000 theaters on Dec. 25.
The film is also scheduled to play at other theaters nationwide on Jan. 12.
The first installment, “Mysteries of Desire,” opened in June 2015 and has grossed $90 million worldwide.
The last installment, released in 2012, earned $80 million worldwide after it was delayed due to production problems.
The franchise has grossing more than $100 million worldwide in its 10 years.
In recent years, “I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here!” has become a breakout hit and earned awards and critical acclaim.
Shannon’s and Lawrence’s characters in the film are played by James Franco and Rachel McAdams.
In the movie, they go to a bar with a bunch of women who are all looking for a new life in Los Angeles.
Shannon and Lawrence are married, and they are also best friends.
“I think it’s just a great way to bring back some of the characters that we love and bring back the stories that we’ve all been telling,” Franco said.
The movie’s director, Josh Singer, said it was important to take the franchise to the big screen.
“We knew that the franchise was in a really good place, but we knew that if we did the right things with it, we were going to have success,” Singer said.
“And we knew, as actors, that we had a tremendous amount of faith in the studio that they would be able to make a good movie.”
The movie has already been a hit in some markets and has made more than three times its budget, including a $12 million opening weekend.
It also made a good return on the theatrical side.
The new movie will start a new trend, according to Hollywood analyst Chris Aronson.
“This is an all-time classic that has become one of the best-reviewed movies of the year,” Aronson said.