Guillermo del Toro’s chiller starring Tom Hiddleston, Mia Wasikowska, Jessica Chastain and Charlie Hunnam looks set to become Hollywood’s dominant global release this weekend.
Crimson Peak opens in more than 65 territories, among them the UK, Australia, Germany, Brazil, France, Russia, South Korea, Spain and Taiwan.
The Visit arrives in South Korea and Japan. Trainwreck opens in Mexico and Paraguay. Minions has grossed $815.5m and Everest $87.2m.
Sony Pictures Releasing International’s Hotel Transylvania 2 has reached $100.1m and opens this weekend in the UK and Germany among a handful of others.
The Walk opens in nine including Australia, Mexico and Belgium. Jack Black action comedy Goosebumps arrives day-and-date with North America in several smaller markets.
Ant-Man arrives in China this week through Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International and stands at $232.5m. Pixar’s Inside Out has amassed $470m.
Pan has grossed more than $25.2m and arrives in the UK this weekend via Warner Bros Pictures International. Black Mass opens in Germany and has taken more than $6.2m.
Fox International releases Steven Spielberg’s Bridge Of Spies in around 18 smaller territories, while The Martian on $129.9m opens in Spain and Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials on $170.6m debuts in Italy. Suffragette arrives in the UK.
Paramount Pictures International’s Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation international running total stood at $486.7m by Sunday.