'The Magnificent Seven' rides out through SPRI, MGM
The western remake, which MGM and Columbia Pictures co-financed, rides out in 39 markets through Sony Pictures Releasing International (SPRI) this weekend.
Highlights are expected from debuts in the UK, Germany, Mexico, Spain, Italy, Russia and Brazil.
The western remake, which stars Denzel Washington and Chris Pratt and recently opened the Toronto International Film Festival, enters its second session in South Korea.
The Magnificent Seven also opens in 21 territories through MGM licensees, among them Scandinavia, the Middle East and Poland.
SPRI executives reported on Thursday evening that Don’t Breathe has reached $31.7m, Sausage Party $24.3m and The Shallows $61.2m.
Fox International’s Ice Age: Collision Course has reached $340.1m, while Absolutely Fabulous stands at $31.6m and debuts in Belgium, Hong Kong and South Africa.
Mike And Dave Need Wedding Dates has grossed $30m, and Morgan an early $3.6m with a debut in Belgium. Dislike launches in Russia.
Pixar’s Finding Dory has amassed $480.1m through Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International and Pete’s Dragon $44.4m.
The BFG has grossed $48m, The Jungle Book stands at $601.6m and Alice Through The Looking Glass $221.9m.
Bridget Jones’s Baby stands at $47.3m through Universal Pictures International and opens this weekend in Italy, Switzerland and India, while The Secret Life Of Pets has generated $449m and Jason Bourne $236.1m.
Laika Entertainment’s Kubo And The Two Strings has reached an early $11m and arrives in France, Switzerland and Sweden. The Purge: Election Year is on $35m. Big Bang Made opens in the Philippines.
Star Trek Beyond has grossed through $176m Paramount Pictures International, while MGM-Paramount’s Ben-Hur has reached $54.1m.