WEEKEND FOREIGN BOX OFFICE -- (WORLD TOTALS)
Jack Reacher: Never Go Back --$31,000,000 -- ($54,000,000)
Inferno -- $28,900,000 -- ($94,800,000)
Mechanic: Resurrection -- $24,100,000 -- ($71,200,000)
Trolls -- $18,000,000 -- ($21,100,000)
Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiar Children -- $13,500,000 -- ($224,469,682)
Ouija: Origin Of Evil -- $7,900,000 -- ($22,000,000)
Storks -- $6,800,000 -- ($147,814,528)
Finding Dory -- $4,000,000 -- (1,017,700,000)
The Secret Life of Pets -- $3,500,000 -- ($863,483,130)
Kubo And The Two Strings -- $1,000,000 -- ($66,249,116 )
One of the data points in evidence: stop motion features do less well than CG animated features. And a trade journal tells us:
Trolls opened last week in Denmark, Holland and Israel although Fox is providing first numbers this weekend. Playing in 14 markets, the film spread $18M worth of happiness for a $21.1M cume. There were No. 1s in nine markets ahead of the North American release. ...
Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiar Children has crossed the $150M mark at the international box office to double the domestic take to date. Another $13.5M this weekend lifts the total to $150.04M in a total 64 hubs. France, where kids are on vacation and screens are crowded, dipped just 3% for a $12.9M cume thus far. ...
Storks swooped in on another $6.8M in 60 international territories this weekend on 5,600 screens. The offshore bundle has risen to $83.1M. Italy was the only new delivery with $660K from 381 screens. Elsewhere, France held for a teeny 7% drop with kids on vacation and has now cumed $2.1M. ...
Finding Dory has lifted the international cume to $532.2M and the worldwide total to $1,017.7M. The Disney/Pixar title is still swimming up a storm in Germany where the frame saw a 28% dip for a $29.4M total. ...
The Secret Life of Pets is getting closer to $500M international with a $3.5M weekend taking the total to $497.6M. Globally, the cume on the Illumination/Universal pic is $863.8M. ...