Man of Many and NBC Universal bring Argylle to life at Sydney premiere

Argylle premiere

The premiere in Sydney’s Entertainment Quarter drew over 400 guests.

Man of Many has partnered with NBC Universal to stage the Sydney premiere of the film Argylle.

The premiere of Argylle at Hoyts Cinema in Sydney’s Entertainment Quarter drew over 400 guests, including Man of Many readers. The foyer reception set the stage with Moët & Chandon, thematic entrances by celebrity trainer Jono Castano, and live dance performances inspired by the film. Amidst the DJ’s tunes, the gathering transitioned into the cinema, where a video message from director Matthew Vaughn was played on the big screen.

In its opening week, worldwide the film received a global earning of $35.3 million, in Australia, the film grossed $2,294,999, averaging $4,590 over 500 screens. Argylle debuted to the top spot in its first week at the Australian box office. 

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Frank Arthur, co-founder of Man of Many, said “The Argylle premiere is a reflection of our broader strategy to not only continue to integrate compelling events into our portfolio but also to explore innovative ways to monetise these experiences. Our audience is eager for more than just content; they crave genuine, engaging experiences. By hosting various events throughout the year, from grand spectacles like this premiere to more intimate gatherings, we are tapping into this desire, fostering an engaged community, and opening up unique opportunities for brand partnerships. Our skill in providing in-person touchpoints allows our audience to interact directly with brands, aligning their goals and objectives with our expertise in creating impactful moments.”

The film follows reclusive author Elly Conway (Bryce Dallas Howard) who writes best-selling espionage novels about a secret agent named Argylle (Henry Cavill) who’s on a mission to unravel a global spy syndicate. However, when the plots of her books start to mirror the covert actions of a real-life spy organization, the line between fiction and reality begins to blur.

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