Coming in just slightly ahead of pre-weekend projections, Sony’s Bullet TrainFor a total of 57 markets,
the aircraft was taken into. $32.4MInternational box office launch The global debut includes the domestic start $62.5M.
Brad Pitt’s starrer rode to the largest offshore opening for an independent studio film since 2009.
Tenet, and is tracking similar to Murder on the Orient Express and Kingsman: The Secret Service.
As with Stateside, audience reactions are beating critical notes abroad,And there are still several
key markets to come as the holidays continue. The overseas market is dominated by the UKThe
company was led by a $3.5M startup, followed closely by FranceAt $3.1M Mexico delivering $3M,
AustraliaYou can roll up to $2.2M Saudi ArabiaWith a budget of $1.9M, The IMAX part of the global bow costs $4.1M.
Elsewhere, Universal/Illumination’s Gru’s Rise: MinionsIt had a strong hold, with a decrease of 42% in
its seventh offshore frame. $15.9M weekend in 80 markets. The total for overseas is now $423.3MFor $757.9 global.