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Disney smash on course to soar past $600m this weekend.
stands at $244.3m internationally after adding $21.9m on Wednesday, including an $1.8m opening day in France including previews
The live-action hit starring Emma Watson and Dan Stevens added $11.4m for $217.6m in North America and has reached $461.9m worldwide.
Based on last weekend’s $357.1m global launch, the film should coast past $600m worldwide and has been tipped by some in the industry as a contender to cross $1bn by the end of its run.
at number one with a market share of about 50% and represented the second biggest opening day of 2017 to date, behind
The opening day result was also more than double that posted by
Disney’s live-action remake stands at $57.2m in China, which remains the lead market by some margin. Next is the UK on $32.1m, followed by Mexico on $17.6m.
Brazil has delivered $15.9m, South Korea $14.6m, and Germany and Italy on $11.8m and $10.5m, respectively.
The film opens in Australia on Thursday and Argentina, Australia, Belgium and several other territories this weekend.
goes into the weekend with $120.4m and trails the 2014 original, which finished on $211.4m. Meanwhile
starring Ice Cube stands at $8.1m through Warner Bros Pictures International.
stands at $345.8m with no new openings as it enters its fourth weekend.
from DreamWorks Animation will aim to charm audiences in five territories this weekend, including Australia and Russia. The film features the voice talents of Alec Baldwin, Toby Maguire and Steve Buscemi.
has grossed $13.3m as it arrives in Spain and Italy, while
opens in South Korea this weekend and stands at $49.4m.
has no new debuts this weekend and stands at $190.8m, while comedy
Universal Pictures International and Blumhouse Production’s horror
, directed by Jordan Peele, sits on $4.9m internationally after debuting in nine territories last weekend.
passed $260m internationally last weekend as the erotic drama stands at $262.4m heading into its seventh session. Meanwhile, M. Night Shamylan’s thriller
, the animated musical from Illumination Entertainment, has grossed $324.9m and has no new openings, while family film
has amassed $20m from Universal territories and has opened in all its markets.
debuts in Russia this weekend and stands at $14.9m internationally.
enters the weekend on $301.2m. The Vin Diesel-led film has no new debuts. The horror film
starring Octavia Spencer and Sam Worthington goes into the weekend with $799,000, while
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