update, by writing: That was fast. James Cameron is coming off of his fourth weekend of release avatar: the passage of water It topped $1.7 billion worldwide and became the No. 7 highest-grossing film of all time worldwide.
with a guess $1.708 billion As of Sunday, 20th Century Studios/Disney sequels have surpassed 2019 lion king ($1.663B) and of 2015 jurassic world ($1.672B) topping the charts.
ride past $1.19B in International box officeThe sci-fi epic has become the highest-grossing overseas release of the Pandemic era and the No. 5 title after Offshore. Avatar, Avengers: Endgame, Titanic and Avengers: Infinity War.
Presented at the International Session $132.6M Estimated overseas run totals $1,191.3M in 52 markets. The weekend haul dropped 30% from the last frame, but a significant number of markets including Brazil (+83%), Spain (+53%) and Germany (+4%) saw growth while other holds were very strong.
wow After four weeks it remains the No. 1 non-local film in all markets (save for Kuwait). M3GAN Na’vi was dropped from this session), and became the biggest studio film of all time in India.
The top 5 markets so far are China ($188.3M), France ($107.2M), Germany ($92.6M), Korea ($85.6M) and the Britain ($69.1M).
In China, the hold was -55% and Maoyan is still projecting a $220M finale. water way Officially there is another week to run (with Chinese New Year coming up on January 22nd, it seems unlikely to get an extension).
in europe, wow Earning an estimated $548M so far (70% 3D/PLFs), Asia-Pacific has earned $512M (74% 3D/PLFs) and Latin America has earned an estimated $131M (53% 3D/PLFs).
After 24 days, the IMAX total reached $189.5M, making it the format’s fourth biggest release. Internationally, it is at $122M, the third best result of all time.
Meanwhile, of Universal/DreamWorks Animation Puss in Boots: The Last Wish Crossing $100M at the international box office this weekend, it’s closing in on $200M worldwide. The session was worthwhile $25.9M In 77 offshore markets for a foreign cume to date $109.7M. Globally, it’s a whisker away from $200M $197.4M through Sunday.
Pus It’s now one of the 10 studio animated titles to cross $100M internationally during the pandemic, and it’s also in the top spot. light years abroad. Performance is up Sing 2 At the same point of release.
There were six markets added this frame. Brazil Earned $3.5M including previews, double Sing 2. in PolandAnd including previews, the start was $2.6M. Korea Started at $2.4M. in ArgentinaThe sequel purred with the most entries for the weekend, but came in at No. 2. avatar Ticket prices are very high due to the premium format.
on holdover, Germany grew 18% to $8.9M and overtook Lifetime Encanto and Ferdinand. France Still leads all sports at $14.5M, later Mexico $9.7 million, Germany, Australia ($6.2M) and Spain ($5.4M). UK on February 3rd and Japan on March 17th.
Also from Universal, Blumhouse M3GAN Scared the other $10M in 34 markets for a 17% dip. There is an international cum $14.8M with global on $45 million After a strong domestic opening. Offshore performance is consistent Smile, invisible man and black phone At the same point, and above Halloween is over and Happy Death Day.
in Spain On Friday, AI Doll captured the biggest opening day for a horror film the old in 2021 and has earned $1.2 million through Sunday. Italy The same horror title had an excellent opening day as the biggest of the Pandemic era and saw weekend growth that came in at $1.1M.
Mexico It has now earned $4.4M after two frames, correspondingly a smile and Halloween over, and slightly above The invisible man France increased to $2.5M, conforming Halloween over, and above black phone. Still on deck are markets like Australia, Germany, UK, Brazil, Korea and Japan.
MISC Updated CUMES/ Remarkable
Whitney Houston: I wanna dance with somebody (SNY): $4.6M intl weekend (46 markets); $21.8M intl cume/$41.5M global
A man called Otto (SNY): $4.4M intl weekend (10 markets); $8.4M intl cume/$12.7M worldwide
Lyle, Lyle the crocodile (SNY): $1.6M intl weekend (39 markets); $52.7M intl cume/$99.5M global
Roald Dahl’s Matilda The Musical (SNY): $1.5M intl weekend (UK only); $29.1M UK comm
*until (UNI): $404K intl weekend (3 markets); $422 intl cume/$9.4M worldwide