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Record-Breaking Success: ‘Road House’ Draws 50 Million Global Viewers on Prime Video

The Prime Video sensation “Road House” has rocked the streaming platform, amassing a groundbreaking 50 million global viewers since its debut, setting a new record. Starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Conor McGregor, this reimagining of the classic film has garnered immense attention just over a week after its release.

McGregor expressed his excitement over the achievement, highlighting the impressive viewership numbers and equating it to a staggering box office success. Premiering on March 21, the film, produced by Amazon MGM Studios and shot with Imax cameras, has captivated audiences worldwide.

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Jennifer Salke, head of Amazon MGM Studios, credited the success to the hard work of the entire filmmaking team and the stellar performances of the cast, led by Gyllenhaal. The action-packed ride has resonated with both fans of the original and new audiences alike, sparking conversations and enthusiasm.


For those yet to experience it, “Road House” offers a fresh take on the beloved 1989 classic, featuring Gyllenhaal as former UFC fighter Elwood Dalton working as a bouncer at a Florida Keys roadhouse. Despite mixed reviews, the overwhelming viewership speaks volumes, solidifying the film’s impact and success. Congratulations to Jake and Conor on this remarkable achievement!

 

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