The children’s fantasy feature starring Eva Green debuts in approximately 65 territories this weekend day-and-date with North America.

Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children

Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children touches down in the UK, Australia, Mexico, South Korea, Spain and Scandinavia, among others.

M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story lands in India and the UK.

Latest figures put Ice Age: Collision Course on $341.2m, Mike And Dave Need Wedding Dates on $30.4m and Morgan on $3.9m.

Pixar’s Finding Dory on $487.1m debuts in its final three markets in German-speaking Europe this weekend through Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International.

Pete’s Dragon stands at $49.7m and lands in Brazil, South Korea and Norway, while The BFG has grossed $49.6m.

Bridget Jones’s Baby arrives in Brazil and South Korea and through Universal Pictures International and the rom-com stands at $86.8m heading into the weekend.

Laika Entertainment’s Kubo And The Two Strings has grossed an early $13.6m and Illumination Entertainment’s Secret Life Of Pets South Africa-bound $464.6m. The Purge: Election Year has amassed $36.9m and debuts in Hong Kong.

Warner Bros Pictures International’s Sully has amassed $29.1m and opens in South Korea, while animation Storks has taken $23.7m so far and arrives in Spain. War Dogs on $35m opens in Germany.

Paramount Pictures International executives said on Thursday evening that Ben-Hur stands at $58.3m and Star Trek Beyond $178.8m.

The Magnificent Seven has grossed $30.9m through Sony Pictures Releasing International including MGM markets.

Horror hit Don’t Breathe has reached $40.4m while the R-rated animation Sausage Party stands at $26.8m.