WEEKEND FOREIGN BOX OFFICE -- (WORLD TOTALS)
Finding Dory -- $34,400,000 -- ($538,300,000)
The Legend of Tarzan -- $18,800,000 -- ($56,900,000)
Independence Day 2 -- $40,200,000 -- ($249,700,000)
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles -- $30,500,000 -- ($188,700,000)
The Secret Life of Pets -- $11,900,000 -- ($29,600,000)
Warcraft -- $6,200,000 -- ($202,000,000)
The Jungle Book -- $1,700,000 -- ($934,000,000)
The Angry Birds Movie -- $1,300,000 -- ($231,100,000) ...
And a journal of entertainment tells us:
The 5th film in the Fox/Blue Sky Studios Ice Age franchise launched in seven international markets, this frame and scurried to $20M from 5,291 screens. ...
The Jungle Book in weekend 13 is softening its roar, for now. A $1.7M frame internationally brings the global tally to $934M. Korea added $1.3M this weekend for a total $18M. This is in advance of the final market – Japan – bowing on August 11.
Sony’s The Angry Birds Movie flapped up another $1.3M this weekend from over 2,900 screens in 71 total markets to take the international cume to $231.1M. Japan is the next key release, in October.
Fox’s X-Men: Apocalypse brought together $1M 22 holdover markets. The offshore cume is now $375M with Japan coming up, also on August 11.
Zootopia is playing out internationally with Japan adding $900K in its 9th weekend of release. The cume there is $68.5M, helping bring the global tally to $1,019.1M.
The Secret Life of Pets has now bowed at No. 1 in all markets where it has opened. This weekend, it added $11.9M in a total of six for a cume of $29.6M. Taiwan led launches with $1.9M for the biggest animation debut weekend of 2016 and the second-biggest opening weekend for an original animation of all time behind Madagascar. ...
Finding Dory has now finned out to 40 international territories with a cume of $166M. Together with its record-breaking domestic run, the global total on the Pixar sequel is $538.2M. ...