K-pop event cinema title ‘Break The Silence’ performed well.
Although the film topped the weekend box office, it appears to have suffered from a range of factors depressing mainland China box office.
The films opening in key European territories this weekend: ‘The Broken Hearts Gallery’, ‘Rocks’, ‘Antebellum’
‘Mama Weed’ starring Isabelle Huppert, is also opening in France.
In holdover markets, the overall decline for ‘Tenet’ was 36%, a decent hold for blockbuster fare.
Disney’s ‘The New Mutants’ opens in second place.
Tenet grossed $30m over three days, coming in second behind The Eight Hundred, which took $32.3m in the same frame.
Launch comes after multiple postponements.
Several titles looking to follow in the wake of ‘Tenet’.
Overall takings were £6.32m, up from the previous weekend’s £1.39m.
Alongside Tenet, Delete History, Greenland and Charlatan had strong weekends.
John David Washington, Robert Pattinson, Elizabeth Debicki star.
Warner Bros’ espionage thriller, which opened last Wednesday, took £3.27m across the three-day weekend.
Huayi Brothers war epic has a cumulative gross of $276.8m after 10 days.
The Personal History Of David Copperfield launches on $520,000.