FOREIGN WEEKEND BOX OFFICE -- (World Totals)
Inferno -- $50,000,000 -- ($50,000,000)
Miss Peregrine's Home -- $23,500,000 -- ($196,700,000)
Operation Mekong -- $21,000,000 -- ($138,500,000)
Storks -- $10,600,000 -- ($130,744,046)
Bridget Jones Baby -- $10,400,000 -- ( )
The Girl On The Train -- $7,800,000 -- ($74,300,000)
Finding Dory -- $6,400,000 -- ($1,011,500,000)
The Secret Life of Pets -- $5,700,000 -- ($858,000,000)
The Accountant -- $2,800,000 -- ($27,500,000)
Sausage Party -- $2,200,000 -- ($133,246,673)
Kubo and the Two Strings -- $1,000,000 -- ($64,742,649)
A fine entertainment journal informs us:
... Warner Bros’ animated family film Storks put another $10.6M in the nest from approximately 7,300 screens in 58 international markets. The full egg to date is $71.6M. The UK opened to $2.7M in 5th. Including sneaks, that tops the starts of Hotel Transylvania (+27%) and Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs 1 & 2. ...
Finding Dory has lapped up another $6.4M to take the offshore total to $526.3M and the global tankful to $1,011.5M. The forgetful blue tang swam past the $1B mark worldwide last frame and is the No. 5 animated movie of all time globally. ...
The Secret Life of Pets continues to wag the box office with a bigger than expected $5.7M this weekend in 56 territories. The international total is $492.2M to date since opening overseas in June. Worldwide, Pets has taken $858M. ...
It doesn't appear that Kubo and the Two Strings, despite stellar reviews, is going to make much in the way of profits. With a $60 million budget, it's now grossed $65 million. On the hopeful side the picture has only launched in 25 overseas markets, so it's got some running room.
Then there is Sausage Party. To date it's grossed $133 million against a $20 million production budget, and however many millions they've spent on advertising and general promotion. It's likely in the black, or certainly will be when all the theatrical and secondary markets are played out.