Update, writethrough, that was fast. Coming off its fourth weekend of release, James Cameron’s Avatar: The Way of Water has grossed over $1.7B globally and has become the No. 7 biggest film of all time worldwide.
with a guess $1.708B As of Sunday, the 20th Century Studios/Disney sequel has left 2019 behind king lion ($1.663B) and 2015’s jurassic world ($1.672B) as it moves up the charts.
riding past $1.19B At the international box office, the science-fiction epic became the highest-grossing foreign release of the pandemic era and the No. 5 title ever behind Offshore Avatar, Avengers: Endgame, Titanic And avengers: infinity war,
gave international session $132.6 million For overseas operations totaling an estimated $1,191.3M in 52 markets. The weekend saw a 30% drop from the previous frame, but saw gains in a significant number of markets, including Brazil (+83%), Spain (+53%) and Germany (+4%), while others held strong.
very nice Remains No. 1 non-local film in all markets after four weeks (except Kuwait where M3GAN removed Na’vi in this season), and became the biggest studio film ever made in India.
The top 5 markets so far are China ($188.3 million), France ($107.2 million), Germany ($92.6 million), Korea ($85.6 million) and UK ($69.1 million).
In China, the hold was -55% and Maoyan is still projecting a $220M final. water way There’s officially one more week to go (with Chinese New Year coming up on January 22, looks like it won’t be getting an extension).
in Europe, very nice To date an estimated $548M (70% 3D/PLFs), Asia-Pacific is at $512M (74% 3D/PLFs) and Latin America has earned an estimated $131M (53% 3D/PLFs).
After 24 days, the IMAX total has reached $189.5M, making it the format’s fourth biggest release of all time. Internationally, it stood at $122M, the third best result of all time.
Meanwhile, Universal/DreamWorks Animation Puss in Boots: The Last Wish is closing in on $200 million globally after crossing $100 million at the international box office this weekend. the session was worth it $25.9 million 77 offshore markets for a foreign arrival date $109.7 million, Globally, it’s a whisker away from $200M $197.4 million through sunday.
the puss Now one of only 10 studio animated titles to cross $100M internationally during the pandemic, and it’s on top light year in foreign countries. performance is up sing 2 at the same point of release.
Six markets were added to this frame. Brazil $3.5M total including previews, doubled sing 2, in polandAnd including previews, the opening was $2.6M. Korea Launched at $2.4M. in ArgentinaThe sequel garnered the most admissions over the weekend, but came in as No. 2. incarnation The average ticket price is very high due to the premium formats.
in holdover, Germany grew 18% to reach $8.9M and surpassed lifetime encanto And Ferdinand, France still leads all games at $14.5M, followed by Mexico Germany, with $9.7M Australia ($6.2M) and spain ($5.4 million). Still to come is the UK on February 3rd and Japan on March 17th.
Universal, also from Blumhouse M3GAN scared the other $10M for a 17% decline in 34 markets. International is less $14.8 million with global $45 million After a strong opening at home. Corresponds to offshore performance smile, invisible man And the black phone at the same point and above halloween ends And happy death day,
in spain On Friday, AI Doll achieved the biggest opening day ever for a horror film old in 2021 and has grossed a total of $1.2M till Sunday. Italy The similarly terrifying title had a great day as the biggest opening day of the pandemic era and saw weekend growth that came in at $1.1M.
Mexico Now earns $4.4M after two frames smile And halloween ends, and a little higher The invisible man France increased to $2.5M in line with halloween ends, and above black phone, Still on deck are markets like Australia, Germany, UK, Brazil, Korea and Japan.
MISC Updated Cums/Notables
whitney houston: i wanna dance with somebody (SNY): $4.6M International Weekend (46 markets); $21.8M intl cume/$41.5M global
a man called otto (SNY): $4.4M International Weekend (10 markets); $8.4M International Low/$12.7M Global
Lyle, Lyle Crocodile (SNY): $1.6M International Weekend (39 markets); $52.7M International Low/$99.5M Global
Roald Dahl’s Matilda the Musical (SNY): $1.5M International Weekend (UK only); $29.1M came to the UK
,until (UNI): $404K International Weekend (3 markets); $422 International Low/$9.4M Global
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