So WW84 pulled in just under $17 mil in the US, which is the most any film has all pandemic by $7 mil, despite the pandemic being at its worse level in the US. Another $68 mil internationally. I think that shows that there is definitely a pent up demand for getting out of the house when the pandemic is over, if people are already trickling back at the height of it (although maybe it's just all the anti lockdown activists and Covid is fake nutcases). I really wouldn't be surprised if by October 1.5 years of not being able to go to a theatre results in huge explosion in attendance. In Canada, it's expected that everyone will be vaccinated by the end of September. I don't know anywhere elses expectations though. Fingers crossed.