Refresh for the latter…: Following seven weekend offshore releases, MGM / Eon / Universal’s No time to die continues with viewers and has grossed $ 700M worldwide. Importantly, that over $ 558M on the international Box Office, makes Bond 25 the biggest Hollywood movie abroad in 2021 and during the pandemic era. Cary Joji Fukunaga-ruled NTTD had a great start in Australia this session and has now surpassed AscensionLifespan in 18 markets SpecterLifespan at 22 (see more below).
Meanwhile, in its second session, Disney / Marvel’s Eternal continue to run the international boxing office, added $ 48M and 49 overseas markets for one $ 162.6M Offshore Cume an $ 281.4M worldwide. The overseas decline was -49% from last weekend’s opening, which is slightly better than expected, especially in light of low social scores. In IMAX, Eternal has $ 22.5M worldwide count.
The Chloe Zhao-directed superhero gods film reached number one in the key markets of France, Italy, Spain, UK, Korea, Japan, Brazil and Mexico. There have been new openings in this setting Indonesia an den UAE, both at number 1 and with the previous time being the highest start day of the pandemic. Russia also debuted Eternal (this past Monday) and has cued an estimated $ 5.4M to Sunday. The top 5 markets so far are Korea ($ 22M), UK ($ 14.3M), France ($ 11.5M), Mexico ($ 10.2M) and Brazil ($ 7.8M).
This had another big title in the release this weekend as well Jungle Cruise finally arrived China. A sad $ 3.24M three days is the result of the Dwayne Johnson movie that comes on the market about three and a half months after its initial global release – and has been on Disney Plus Premium much of that time. The Maoyan score is a whopping 8.9, but piracy has clearly had an impact here in the confusing way China has been recently Distribute release dates for Hollywood movies. Leading the PRC Box Office this session was local title Be one with RMB 139.6M ($ 22M), while Blockbuster The Battle of Lake Changjin is now at RMB 5.64B ($ 884M).
As mentioned above, MGM / Eon / Universal’s No time to die exceeded $ 700M globally and $ 558M at the International Box Office. The latter makes Bond 25 the biggest MPA title abroad this year and through the whole pandemic. Universal seng eget f9 is the number 2 studio photo of 2021 Offshore.
The current weekend added $ 24M and 72 combined Universal and MGM markets to drop 42%. The Offshore Cume is $ 558.2M fir $ 708.6M global. James Bond finally travels to Australia this weekend – the last big market for the film – with an opening of $ 8.2M to record the best debut since December 2019 and fall in line with Specter.
In other highlights, the UK Gross is now $ 126M, makes NTTD Universal the greatest movie ever on the market, unseating Oh Mamm! After three weekends in China, the Cume there is $ 57.9M, the fourth largest MPA title of the year. Germany in this session crossed $ 70M ($ 70.5M) and now makes ahead of both Ascension in the Specter at the same point. The IMAX Cume is now $ 43.5M worldwide, which is the second best for the format since December 2019.
the Sony Venom: Let there be carnage has his teeth in it $ 7.7M from 55 markets to bring the offshore cume $ 238.8M a global whole $ 441.5M. In the new game, Malaysia launched no. Shang-Chi and already over the life of Black widow in the f9. France led Holdover game with $ 920K in its fourth frame, down 44% for a market cume of $ 13.6M. Germany has $ 870K in its fourth session, off 41% for a local cum of $ 10.9M. The Symbiot goes live on November 25th in Australia and Japan on December 3rd.
Warner Bros. / Legendary’s Dune another degraded $ 6.8M out of 76 markets, good for a 41% drop (-35% if China is excluded). The Abroad Total is $ 258M fir $ 351.2M global. Notably this session, Korea has increased by 3% and is now up $ 11M. China is the top market at $ 38M, followed by France ($ 30.7M), UK ($ 26M), Germany ($ 21.4M) and Russia ($ 21.1M). Australia / New Zealand on December 2nd and Vietnam on December 3rd.