‘Don’t Worry Darling’ scores big on its opening night


“Don’t Worry Darling” has nothing to fret about.

The Olivia Wilde-directed psych thriller took home $9.4 million on its opening night Friday, according to IMDB’s Box Office Mojo.

The flick, which The Post called “too obvious,” is predicted to enjoy a $75.4 million domestic run, according to Forbes.

Long before its debut, it had already generated buzz because of rumors that Wilde, 38, is dating the film’s leading man, 28-year-old British megastar Harry Styles.

Flying into second place was the 4K re-release of 2009 Oscar-winner “Avatar,” with an over $3.3 million take.

“I went into that screening worried that it was going to be a bit cringe-worthy relative to the new film, which looks pretty spectacular,” its director James Cameron told Entertainment Weekly. Fans of the sci-fi blockbuster are awaiting its sequel, “Avatar: The Way of Water,” which comes to theaters on Dec. 16. 

Sam Worthington in "Avatar."
Sam Worthington in “Avatar.”
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Viola Davis in "The Woman King."
Viola Davis in “The Woman King.”
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“The Woman King,” which was in first place last week, was dethroned to third, earning close to $3 million. The historical epic has pulled in $28 million since its Sept. 16 premiere.

Thriller “Barbarian,” which the Wall Street Journal called ” a promising horror debut,” landed in fourth with sales of over $1.4 million. The slasher-at-an-Airbnb flick has taken in $25 million domestically and $1 million internationally since it debuted Sept. 9.

“Pearl,” which is a prequel to horror director Ti West’s “X,” was a distant fifth with sales just topping $585,500