refresh for latest, There was some more excitement at the international box office this weekend, with two local films leading the way and some new milestones for Hollywood pictures.
Taking the latter part first, Minions: The Rise of Gru crossed $900M globally, bullet train past $200M and Top Gun: Maverick increased to $1.45B+ (see more below). for the track keepers Jurassic World Dominion And its $1B hopes, Dinos are now worth about $997M globally.
Also, Sony/Marvel’s Spider-Man: No Way Home It grossed over $1.1 billion overseas, making it the ninth film to achieve the feat and the fourth film to do so without a release in China. foreign co stands $1,100.5M with around the world $1.914BSixth highest gross ever.
Dharma Productions and Star Studios looking at new titles in the mix Brahmastra Part One: Shiva – which Disney is releasing overseas in India and the UK – had an offshore weekend $19.5M Just in those markets. On adding to the sub-distributed hub, which increases $22.1M, Globally, the launch session was $26.5M including domestic.
From director-writer Ayan Mukerji, and billed as India’s first original cinematic universe, the film stars Ranbir Kapoor, Amitabh Bachchan and Alia Bhatt. It’s an ambitious proposition that didn’t really land at home with critics, but people are getting ready to watch the spectacle.
This is a No. 1 opening in . was India ($18.9M), the 10th largest ever in the market; And in a number 3 start UK At $600K.
The IMAX component was integral here as the film made the No. 2 biggest global debut for the Indian title in the format ($2 million) and the 8th best performance of any film in IMAX in India.
Even in local news, Korea JK is back in the game this weekend with a spy action/comedy sequel to the movie/CJ ENM Confidential Assignment 2: International, From director Lee Seok-hoon, it took Chuseok’s leave in the mix and earned a strong $19.5M Since its release on 7th September. After a few fallow weekends at the Korean box office, it had double the same frame in 2019, possibly aided by the holiday.
Meanwhile, the universal/lights Minions: The Rise of Gru It crossed the $900 million mark globally on Saturday, becoming one of only 12 animated films to reach the milestone, and the first since frozen 2 in December 2019. This is also the fourth film despicable Me Voting marks. There is a worldwide shortage through Sunday $904M,
had an international weekend $5.8M In 84 markets, lifting offshore loopholes $541.6Mas before minions film and bus dm3,
UK Continues to lead all plays at $53.4M, followed by Mexico With $39.8M, Germany At $32.5M, China $32.4M and . with Japan At $31.7M.
In China, rise of gru remains the second biggest imported animation of the year, behind only Universal’s own the bad guys, The Mid-Autumn festival is this weekend and cinema halls have been affected by the end of school holidays and the extension of the COVID-19 lockdown across the country. About 71% of cinemas are open till last week, the lowest percentage since the end of May.
It is also noteworthy, Germany This weekend there was Kinofest (tickets reduced to 5 euros). rise of gru Benefiting from the scheme resulted in an increase of 26% over the previous session.
Sony’s bullet train Passed a milestone for its part, topping $200M worldwide. Internationals saw a 34% drop over the weekend $5.7M for an exotic cum $119.3M and a global race of $211.8M,
and even if it’s in it 16th! Release weekend, let’s not forget Top Gun: Maverick, Paramount/Skydance’s Tom Cruise Juggler pilots another $4.6M 62 markets this session, a decline of 23% from the previous. International low is now on $747.8 million, It takes the global tally $1,453.5M,
low cost ticketing scheme in Germany Gave TGM A rise of 14% compared to the previous weekend ($36.8M qom), while there was a jump of 17% Netherlands ($13.6 million). Japan was down just 19% ($92M cum). UK Has now earned $101.5M, Korea is at $66.8M and Australia Took $64M.
At IMAX, the global total is $108M, bringing Mav closer to the No. 9 all-time result for the format.
Universal’s Julia Roberts/George Clooney romcom, with limited new play ticket to heaven The majors began the rollout in seven markets, including Spain and Brazil. Spain Had a No. 1 launch with $800K, ahead the Lost City whereas Brazil Checked in at No. 2 with $700K, Next Bridget Jones’s Baby, Further majors include the next frame of Germany, Australia and the UK, while the rollout continues until early November.