Paranormal Activity 5 Hits Next October! – Paranormal Activity 4 Tops the Box-Office

Chris Savage

Well guys, it certainly doesn’t look like the Paranormal Activity franchise is going anywhere just yet, and again proves that cinema goers world-wide can’t get enough of the found footage.

With part 4 currently playing in theatres nationwide, the box-office report has come in and the fourth installment has topped the box-office with $30.2 million, beating out films like Argo and Alex Cross.

Despite the box-office win, the film has lagged behind the previous two as it comes in 43 percent behind Paranormal Activity 3 and 26 percent behind Paranormal Activity 2, but even if it is the weaker installment that doesn’t mean the franchise has come to an end.

Paramount president of domestic marketing and distribution Megan Colligan told The Hollywood Reporter that there will be a “Paranormal Activity 5, and that it will hit theaters next October.” 

Also it should be noted that there is a spin-off set for release early next year targeted to Hispanics.

So folks, get ready for part 5 as it WILL hit next October, but do you want it? Let us know your opinions and thoughts as to where they could take the fifth installment?

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      1. Natalie Amora Otenti October 21, 2012 at 6:00 pm

        the series needs to end! its clearly following the saw franchise needs to STOP!

      2. Shawn Payer October 21, 2012 at 6:06 pm

        I’m not seeing them anymore in the theatre! 4 was not good! It should of been left as a trilogy. The only reason i support 3 is because it brought the franchise full circle bringing us back to when Katie and Christie were kids. LEAVE IT ALONE! I wont pay to see any more of these in the theatre. I’m done.

      3. Dave October 22, 2012 at 3:51 pm

        Thank God the franchise is slowing down and will only last one or two more years. While 30 million is a nice opening weekend compared to PA3 it was down 22 million dollars. That is not good at all.

        • Paul Reeves October 25, 2012 at 12:52 pm

          That doesn’t mean anything. They still only cost about $5 million to make, so $30 million is great.

        • Dave October 25, 2012 at 4:50 pm

          The budget’s for these movies keep going up with each new movie and the domestic dollars keep dropping. Like I said it will last one or two more movies and then the profit margin will be too small to make any more sequels.