'Bullet Train' Nears $200 Million WW;  UK National Film Day drives holdovers: Deadline

‘Bullet Train’ Nears $200 Million WW; UK National Film Day drives holdovers: Deadline

This was another soft weekend at the international box office with no big new titles and as summer ends entirely in Europe and beyond.

On the plus side, the UK’s National Film Day helped boost that market with ticket prices reduced to £3 at all 643 participating cinemas on Saturday. There were 1.6 million tickets worth around £5 million – tickets in the Republic of Ireland cost €4 each and an exact monetary total has yet to be provided. Yet admissions account for almost three times the equivalent day in pre-pandemic times, according to the UK Cinema Distributors Association.

The scheme gave a boost to movies like Universal/Illumination’s Minions: The Rise of Gru and Paramount/Skydance Top Gun: Maverick. The latter crosses $100M in the market.

Elsewhere, as we continue to track the $1 billion dino-meter, Universal/Amblin’s jurassic world domain it is now at $994.6M global.

Touring the top titles this weekend, Sony Bullet train accelerated in Japan and is the rudest superior study of the picture in general, adding $9.8 million in 64 markets. That brings the total overseas over $100 million ($109.5 million) while global is close to 200 million dollars ($195.4 million). The launch in Japan was $3 million in four days, surpassing the launches of Kingsman: The Secret Service by 124% and Murder on the Orient Express by 13%. The holdovers saw a nice 25% drop, with Saudi Arabia up 41% and Australia and the UK down 10% and 13%, respectively.

Minions: The Rise of Gru was next in studies with a $8.94 million weekend in 84 markets. The overseas cume is $531.3 million by $890.2 million global.

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In Porcelain, exceeds $30 million in this framework, after a generally slow weekend marked by the end of the school holidays in the market. In Italywhere Gru and crew remain #1, a cumulative sum of $11.8 million puts the origins story ahead of the lives of Sing, big hero 6 Y zootopia.

the United Kingdom had a rebound on Saturday, fueled by National Movie Day, resulting in a 243% increase from the same day last week. Gru Rise has surpassed the life of Finding Dory in the market and is performing in line with previous My favorite villain movies at the same point. The UK cumulative is now $52.8 million to lead all markets.

Top Gun: Maverickwhich is crossing $700M domestic, he added $5.8 million in its fifteenth (!) weekend in 63 foreign markets for an international buildup of $740.4 million and a global count of $1.441 billion. The drop abroad was only 15% from the last session.

the United Kingdom in particular, it has passed the $100 million mark with $100.9 million to date and 9% more than last week. JapanThe gross now is $90.4 million, followed by Korea with $66.3 million, Australia to $63.5 million (up 28% over the weekend last weekend) and France with $56.7 million.

In IMAX, the Tom Cruise star is now the format’s 10th biggest title of all time worldwide at $106.6 million, the split being even for domestic and foreign.

In reissues this weekend, Sony/Marvel’s Spider-Man: No Way Home caught an extra $2.6 million from 20 foreign markets to raise the international cume to $1.097 billion. world is now $1.908 billion. no way home it continues to rank #1 on Mexico’s all-time box office chart and is the highest-grossing superhero film in history in 19 markets, including the UK, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, Belgium, and Turkey.

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Here are the top 5 marketplaces updated for the web launcher: United Kingdom ($129.4 million), Mexico ($76.8 million), France ($70.2 million), Korea ($64.8 million) and Australia ($58.7 million).

In yet another remake, Steven Spielberg’s classic summer shark jaws hit the water again in select offshore markets on IMAX screens, including 285 domestic screens for a $1.23M four-day global weekend.

We will have an update on the overall box office for Toei Animation’s hit. One Piece Film: Red tomorrow, but for now, IMAX reports that it has become its third highest-grossing local-language release in Japan with $6.5 million.

Coming up on Friday, FoxStar’s Brahmastra: Part One – Shiva opens in India, the UK, North America and other markets, while Bona’s In Search of Lost Time hit China.


Warner Bros

Dragon Ball Super: Superhero (SNY/CRU): $4.3 million international weekend (42 markets); 26.1 million accumulated international dollars; $60.6M global (all figures exclude Japan)
Nope (UNI): $4.22 million international weekend (78 markets); $39M cumulative international/$159.1M global
DC League of Super Pets (BM): $4.1 million international weekend (73 markets); Cumulative $78.7 million international/$159.5 million global
where the locusts sing (SNY): $3.7 million international weekend (40 markets); Cumulative $30.3 million international/$115.1 million global
Beast (UNI): $2.3 million international weekend (75 markets); Cumulative $20.4 million international/$45.8 million global
Elvis (WB) – $1.4M International Weekend (57 markets); $132M cumulative international/$281.1M global
jurassic world domain (UNI): $1.38M International Weekend (85 markets); $619M Cumulative International/$994.6M Global
The invitation (SNY) – $1M International Weekend (25 markets); $3.5M cumulative international/$18.3M global

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