Jeremy Kay is Screen's US editor based in Los Angeles.
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Universal’s smash action release, which this weekend became the studio’s biggest global hit of all time on an estimated $1.153bn, held on to North American pole position on $29.1m for an estimated $294.4m after three weekends.
Fast & Furious 7 generated an extraordinary $167.9m estimated weekend haul to soar to $858.3m internationally and reach the highest global mark in the studio’s 103-year history.
Alonso Ruizpalacios’ Güeros premiered in Berlin last year. Separately, IFC Midnight has taken tonight’s Tribeca world premiere Stung off the table.
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- Talking Tribeca