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Oh so BOM was updated

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Haha :funny:

Yeah and the Monday article lists these details.

http://www.boxofficemojo.com/news/?id=4084&p=.htm


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Who cares about BOM anymore.

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http://www.insidekino.com/BO/2015JUL.htm

Here's a look at the Top Ten 2015 so far in 44 markets (in German).

F&F7 leads in 16 markets, 50SOG in 8, JW in 7, A2 in 5, Minions already in 2, Cinderella in 1 and local movies in 5 markets (actually 6 markets including domestic).

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Here's another look at the biggest movies in 31 countries since AVATAR opened

http://www.insidekino.com/BO/Avatar.htm

and in 26 countries since TITANIC opened

http://www.insidekino.com/BO/Titanic.htm

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It's no 8 MILE, but STRAIGHT OUTTA COMPTON will be No. 1 this weekend in Germany with about 200,000 admissions (about $2m).

If I'm not mistaken the biggest "Hood" movie in Germany should be BOYZ N THE HOOD with a total of 174,207 admissions...

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http://www.insidekino.com/BO/2015SEP.htm

Another look at 2015 in 43 countries...

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What do all the 14s mean?


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No. 1 and No. 10 in 2014...

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http://www.insidekino.com/BO/2015MAE.htm

Here's another look at 2015's Top Ten in 44 different countries...

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So, how does the box office respond to kids being out of school internationally? Over here in Holland, even the brief spring break seems to have way more of an effect than it does in the US.

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Is the US just so much more naturally frontloaded than most other territories, or is the Netherlands the abnormality here?


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Looks like Alice is flopping in OS markets as well

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Internationally, Alice brought in an estimated $65 million as it opened day and date across 72% of the international market. The top performing market was China where the film brought in an estimated $27.1 million followed by Mexico ($5.0m), Russia ($4.6m), Brazil ($4.1m), UK ($3.2m), Germany ($2.5m), Australia ($2.4m), Italy ($2.2m), Spain ($1.6m) and Argentina ($1.6M). It still has yet to open in France (June 1), Japan (July 1) and Korea (Sept. 8).


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The Legend of Tarzan doesn't seem to be doing big numbers in OS markets.

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Swinging into 19 international markets, the David Yates-directed spin on Edgar Rice Burroughs’ classic creation snatched $19.3M (up from the expected $18.8M) on about 6,900 screens.The offshore rollout is staggered to take advantage of the competitive landscape and surrounding the ongoing Euro Cup soccer tournament (although with England’s surprise knockout out last weekend, anyone who purposely stayed out of the UK this weekend has to be bummed). The main cast for Tarzan was set for UK press ahead of next frame’s bow there, with Alexander Skarsgard headed to Scandinavia and a key push later in Beijing. Tarzan was given a plum July 19 release date out of the Middle Kingdom. Peculiar given the typical July blackout on Hollywood imports, but also not a slam dunk either given there will be a bevy of Chinese movies in the market by that time.

Back to this weekend. Tarzan predictably topped Russian box office with 44% of the Top 5 at $3.1M. The action/CGI lends itself to Russian audiences, but the opening is only on par with the launch of Snow White And The Huntsman and 35% above Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes. That film’s sequel, Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes, fared much better in Russia with a $9.8M start in 2014.

Similarly, in Korea, Skarsgard’s turn as a thinking man’s Tarzan grossed $4M from 606 screens. This is currently a crowded market with two local pics, Familyhood and The Hunt both performing strongly. Tarzan landed No. 2. It should be noted that Disney’s The Jungle Book, which has grossed upwards of $18M here, is still in Korean theaters. On 122 offshore IMAX screens, thet total is $1.2M.

Elsewhere on Tarzan, Asia had No. 1 openings in India, Indonesia, Thailand and Malaysia. Without going into detail, WB says Tarzan opened No. 1 in the majority of Eastern European markets and Puerto Rico. Next weekend, more heavy-hitters come along including the UK, France, Australia and Mexico.


The BFG also opens soft in 2 OS markets with $3.9m

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Overseas, where the 4th of July weekend is not a holiday, The BFG bowed in Russia and Australia courtesy of Disney (many international territories were sold off via Mister Smith and we will report those numbers as we receive them). In Australia, the Mark Rylance-starrer opened to an estimated $2M, placing No. 3. That’s +135% vs Dahl’s Jack The Giant Slayer and +35% over Spielberg’s War Horse. In Russia, there were $1.9M in estimated returns for the No. 2 slot. That tops the entire runs of Charlie And The Chocolate Factory and War Horse. The next major openings are in Brazil on July 28 and Korea on August 4.


TMNT2 opened in China. OS total $109.2m.

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The shell game continued this weekend in 58 markets including seven new openings for a $30.5M frame. The international total on Out Of The Shadows is now $109.2M. Chief among the new plays was China which bowed on Saturday with a $26.1M take over two days on 6,600 screens. The film, which has investment from local giants Wanda and Alibaba Pictures, far outpaced the competition which included Chinese/Korean action comedy Bounty Hunters as well as last week’s leaders Now You See Me 2 and Independence Day Resurgence. Pitching in to pitch, co-star Stephen Amell made a four-city hop to sell the pic there and social media noticed.

Elsewhere, TMNT2 opened in France with $2.5M on 624 cinemas; 29% above Angry Birds and 38% below TMNT.


NYSM2 - OS total $155.6m.

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Taking its worldwide total past $200M, Jon M Chu’s magic heist sequel grossed $20.8M in 60 offshore markets this weekend. The international cume is now $155.6M. NSYM2 continues to have an unprecedented run for a Lionsgate pic in China. It is now that studio’s highest grossing film ever in the territory with $81.9M after two weeks.

The pic debuted in Latin America this frame with $585K in Colombia; $500K in Venezuela; $326K in Peru; and $216K in Chile. The UK bows Monday with further rollout throughout July, August and early September.


Central Intelligence - OS total $32.3m

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The New Line/Universal comedy crossed $100M worldwide ($125.9M) this weekend coming off a $14.2M offshore gross as it expanded significantly. Playing in 43 territories, the Kevin Hart/Dwayne Johnson-starrer now has an international total of $30M+. As the only major comedy offering offshore, the film opened in 15 extra markets this frame led by the UK at No. 3 with $4M. In comps, it bowed at the same level as Spy, Knight And Day and The A Team. Australia started off at No. 2 with $3.6M and will be No. 1 for the weekend in many locations with strong Sunday results expected thanks to great audience reaction. Mexico opened No. 4 with $1.6M. The perfs are notably higher in the interior markets. The opening is bigger than comps like 21 and 22 Jump Street, The Heat, Spy and Kingsman: The Secret Service which speaks to Johnson’s international drawing power and Hart’s growing profile. There are 19 more territories to open over the next three months.


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Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie - $5.8m from UK

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The sweetie-darlings are back and on the big screen. Fox Searchlight’s transfer of the cult British series, led by Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley, jumped on the UK catwalk this weekend with a $5.8M start. That was 21% better than The Devil Wears Prada and 5% above The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel. The story sees Edina and Patsy escape to the French Riviera after the former is blamed for a fashion-world scandal (involving a missing Kate Moss). Bumbling, Bolly and famous cameos abound in what has been a well reviewed confection. AbFab rolls out next in the Netherlands (7/21) and Australia (8/4).


The Conjuring 2 - $13.9m/$179.3m (The original did $180.6m OS)

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New Line/Warner Bros’ supernatural horror sequel has topped Annabelle’s international gross with a cume to date of $179.3M. That’s thanks to a $13.9M session from 6,752 screens in 60 markets. France was the major debut with $3.7M, including sneaks on 262 screens. The start was good for No. 2 behind local threequel Camping 3. The Conjuring 2‘s French results more than doubled the first film and beat Annabelle by 48%. Mexico continues to lead offshore play at $19.8M.


Me Before You
- $13.5m/$84.4m

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New Line/MGM/Warner Bros’ teen tearjerker picked up another cool million from yesterday to raise its weekend cume to $13.5M (up from $12.2M) in international play on 5,488 screens in 44 markets. The cume cume to date is now $84.4M. Spain launched to $639K from 255 screens, coming in about par now with its main comp, The Fault In Our Stars. After last week’s strong start, Germany was up 1% for $2.1M and a $7M cume. Brazil‘s 3rd weekend also added $2.1M, from 719 screens, and ranking No. 2. The drop was 29% for a total thus far of $11.5M. The top market for this one is the U.K. with $12.8M. Russia bows next weekend.


Warcraft - $6.2m/$376.2m (Universal's OS tally is $156.1m and China is $220.1m)

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Legendary and Universal Pictures’ Warcraft added seven Latin American markets this frame as well as Japan. The total for the frame was $6.2M in 60 territories. The Universal international total is $156.1M. Combined with the estimated U.S. total of $45.9M, Universal’s haul is $202M. The worldwide cume including China’s $220.1M is $422.1M. In Lat Am, Argentina was the top opener with $800K. In a limited release, Japan picked up $273K in 5th place. Uruguay is Uni’s last market and says game-on this week.


Alice Through the Looking Glass
- $6.2m/$184.6m

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In its 6th offshore weekend, Disney’s rare 2016 misfire drank up $6.2M in 16 markets. Japan was the new play with $5.2M and secured the No. 1 spot among new entries. The overseas total is now $184.6M for about $260M worldwide.


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Blumhouse and Platinum Dunes’ The Purge: Election Year entered the domestic race this frame with a $30.9M 3-day. Overseas, it joined the ballot in just a handful of smaller markets including Estonia, Lebanon, Slovenia and Turkey for an estimated $130K. Despite this past week’s turmoil in Turkey, the threequel had the best start of the franchise with $77K. Release is staggered over the next few months for the Universal title.


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Fox’s Deadpool also continues to deliver excellent results in Japan. The weekend was good for $430K in the market. Deadpool’s $17.8M cume in Japan is greater than the lifetime of Batman V Superman and twice as big as Guardians Of The Galaxy. The international total is $420.7M.


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The Jodie Foster-helmed Money Monster delivered an estimated $893K from over 1,100 screens in 58 total markets for $46.6M to date offshore. Greece was a No. 1 start with $166K on 89 screens; 52% ahead of The Big Short.


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Neighbors 2 grossed $649K at 1,138 date for Universal in 22 markets. Its total cume now is $47M with $102.2M worldwide. Italy opened in limited release with only 286 dates to gross $191K. The comedy opens in its three final markets — Belgium, France and French-Switzerland tomorrow (July 6).


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Halftime look into 44 countries 2016: http://www.insidekino.com/BO/2016JUL.htm

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Doctor Strange hit $500 million worldwide. With Japan and Argentina still ahead and many holdovers doing well, it should pass $700 million worldwide. Shouldn't actually finish far off Deadpool or Suicide Squad worldwide, beating both internationally.

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http://www.insidekino.com/BO/2017jan.htm

Here's a look at the Top Ten of 2017 in 42 countries...

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What's up with the international rollout for CRA. There are more Asians in the world than non-Asians. You'd think this film would have an aggressive foreign markets strategy.

$160m - dom
$47m - foreign

It should be at $200m OS by now.

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What's up with the international rollout for CRA. There are more Asians in the world than non-Asians. You'd think this film would have an aggressive foreign markets strategy.

$160m - dom
$47m - foreign

It should be at $200m OS by now.


Having a film with an all-Asian cast is not as much of a novelty in Asian markets, however.


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Jiffy wrote:
lilmac wrote:
What's up with the international rollout for CRA. There are more Asians in the world than non-Asians. You'd think this film would have an aggressive foreign markets strategy.

$160m - dom
$47m - foreign

It should be at $200m OS by now.


Having a film with an all-Asian cast is not as much of a novelty in Asian markets, however.


Yeah, it's a film catered to Americans (esp. Asian Americans). I for one think the promos made it look old-fashioned and inauthentic about modern/old cultures in Asia.


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I made another overview of the top movies 2018 in 41 different countries (in German though):

http://www.insidekino.com/BO/2018SEP.htm

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Mark66 your Poland Chart is just out of date ;)

We have unexpected Juggernaut in Polish Box Office right now with the movie Kler ( Clergy ).

It destroyed OW Record, it destroyed Opening Week Record, it destroyed 2nd Weekend Record. After 10 days it has already over 2.5 milion admissions and right now it's looking at 4.5-5 milion admissions ( which is unbelievable achievement ). That's going to be like $30M+.


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I know what KLER is doing, but cut-off date was last weekend September 30th when KLER was ranked No. 11 for the year... ;)

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One of the bigger anomalies this year:

BLACKKKLANSMAN is the fifth biggest movie of the year in Finland and still has a chance to beat the admissions total of AVENGERS 3...

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