Kingsman: The Golden Circle heads into China on the verge of $200m internationally, as Geostorm is set to debut in the UK and six more territories. Meanwhile, Happy Death Day and The Snowman expand their respective international footprints.
Kingsman: The Golden Circle has reached $199.5m internationally. Matthew Vaughn’s sequel debuts in China this weekend through Fox International and expectations for the action sequel are high, as its predecessor, Kingsman: The Secret Service, amassed $74.7m there in 2015. Elsewhere, the Idris Elba and Kate Winslet survival drama The Mountain Between Us stands at $10.6m as it debuts in six, including Argentina.
Sony Pictures Releasing International’s Blade Runner 2049 has reached $104.2m as it heads into Vietnam this week. Denis Villeneuve’s sci-fi sequel starring Harrison Ford and Ryan Gosling debuts in Japan next week and will open in China in early November.
Fox tentpole War For The Planet Of The Apes stands at $339.9m and has no new openings. Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie has reached $42.9m, while Gifted stands at $15.5m. Spanish-language film Condorito from directors Alex Orrelle and Eduardo Schuldt debuts in Bolivia and Ecuador this weekend.
Warner Bros’ horror smash It will be released in Italy this weekend. The horror currently stands at $318.5m. Meanwhile, Dean Devlin’s Geostorm stands at $13.7m heading into its second weekend of release. Gerard Butler and Abbie Cornish will see their film debut in the UK, Germany, Russia, South Korea, Brazil, Australia, and Mexico this week.
The LEGO Ninjago Movie has grossed $46.8m and has no new openings. The previous LEGO instalment, The LEGO Batman Movie, grossed $136.2m internationally. Dunkirk stands at $335.4m through Warner Bros, while the studio’s other successful horror film Annabelle: Creation has reached $200m.
Universal Pictures International’s American Made stands at $73.1m, as it prepares to debut in Japan this week. Historical drama Victoria And Abdul starring Judi Dench and Ali Fazal has reached $29.8m as it debuts in two, including Hong Kong this weekend.
Michael Fassbender horror-thriller The Snowman has grossed an early $12.2m and debuts in nine territories, including Germany and Australia. Meanwhile, Universal’s horror offering Happy Death Day, directed by Christopher Landon, debuts in the UK along with 15 territories. Despicable Me 3 has reached $764.7m internationally.
STXfilms’ The Foreigner has earned more than $87.3m internationally. Martin Campbell directs, while Jackie Chan and Pierce Brosnan star. The US-China co-production between STXfilms, Sparkle Roll Media Corporation and Wanda Media Co. has no new openings until November 2 in the Netherlands.
Lionsgate International’s American Assassin starring Dylan O’Brien, Michael Keaton, and Sanaa Lathan has reached $22.3m internationally and $57.9m worldwide. Also through Lionsgate, Jake Gyllenhaal’s Stronger has reached $974,000.
Darren Aronofsky’s arthouse horror film mother! has reached $23.8m and has no new openings, while animated film Tadeo Jones 2 stands at $19.4m through Paramount Pictures International.
Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International’s Cars 3 has amassed $224.4m internationally and is completely opened.