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Marvel Studios’ latest adaptation starring Benedict Cumberbatch will almost certainly usurp Jack Reacher: Never Go Back when it launches via Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International this weekend.
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OCTOBER 24 UPDATE: The first film to be produced and fully financed by A24 delivered a timely opening weekend heading into awards season as Lionsgate’s Boo! A Madea Halloween ruled the session on a confirmed $28.5m.
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Paramount’s Jack Reacher: Never Go Back shoots to non-final $3.28m (£2.68m) bow from 518 sites.
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Following 2015’s spectacular summer box office, it felt like 2016 would struggle to keep up. Surprisingly, even with the Euro football championships and the Olympics, the pace hasn’t been far off. By Charles Gant
Modest budget films are outperforming bigger budget fare in India, while Hollywood films doubled their market share in 2015.
SCREEN SUBSCRIBERS: The blockbusters got bigger in 2015 and so did the box office, but how did the top 10 US films perform around the world?
SCREEN SUBSCRIBERS: Even before the release of Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens, the UK box office is enjoying a strong year, propelled by powerful performances from James Bond and Christian Grey. But a crowded marketplace is stifling local and foreign-language releases.
SCREEN SUBSCRIBERS: Screen surveys the European box office landscape in 2015 and charts the top titles of the year to date in three key territories.
SCREEN SUBSCRIBERS: Weak local titles are suffering in the face of particularly strong product from Hollywood and a dwindling art-house sector in 2015.
SCREEN SUBSCRIBERS: Can the traditional end-of-year release of local comedy titles help boost the Italian box office of 2015?
SCREEN SUBSCRIBERS: Local films are enjoying huge success throughout the Nordic region this year.
SCREEN SUBSCRIBERS: Screen surveys the European box office landscape in 2015 and charts the top 25 titles of the year to date in three key territories.
SCREEN SUBSCRIBERS: A slapstick comedy has become the biggest local film of all time in what is set to be the most successful year at the German box office in history.
SCREEN SUBSCRIBERS: Local films may have lost ground to US titles in 2015 but a slew of releases may help Spain’s production industry end the year on a high.
SCREEN SUBSCRIBERS: US blockbusters and animation loom large but local comedies also have their say.