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Worldwide Box Office – Deadline

Worldwide Box Office – Deadline

Monday morning: AMC reports that Taylor Swift: Tour for the Ages Published its first global weekend $123.5 million; That amount was split into $92.8 million domestic and post $30.7 million From 94 international regions in 4527 places. No disrespect here to AMC who did a fantastic job on the film, and the Swifts should be happy with the roughly 60% take in grosses, but the question is how much this musical pic could have made overseas with a major studio in Overseas international marketing force. It probably doesn’t make a difference at the end of the day, since the Swifts walk away with the lion’s share of the BO in a way they probably wouldn’t have with a major studio release. The spoils in this case of the $200 million global opening will go to the studio, not necessarily the Swifts.

Updated: Taylor Swift: Tour for the Ages It may have missed the century mark in terms of domestic openings, but the 12x Grammy winner has always secured that number worldwide, with AMC reporting this morning that the Sam Wrench-directed concert pic has become a huge hit $126 million – $130 million. The international box office opening is estimated at $31 million – $33 million. AMC reports a North American-style range; This is the first time the arena has handled a global theatrical release of this size. Note that we’ve never seen this reach $200 million; The situation outside has always been light, and at this point remains at the lower end of the forecast.

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AMC calls for domestic opening between $95 million – $97 million But today, rival studios see it drop to $94.3 million. At the latest level, it is the second best October opening in the United States. Anything north jokerIts $96.2 million debut in the United States is a domestic opening record for October.

October’s world record is much higher than 2019’s joker It posted an opening of $248.4 million (unadjusted for inflation and currency fluctuations). Last year, Dwayne Johnson Black Adam It recorded a global opening of $143 million; The actor’s attraction is huge abroad. Tour of the ages‘s Global openness has also exploded this Michael Jackson that is which saw $74.25 million, the previous global opening record set by a concert-themed film in 2009 (unadjusted).

However, Miss Americana’s big play here has always been local; And we’ve heard that $80 million of the $100 million in global pre-sales came from US tickets. When the news was first announced Tour of the ages The film has been released overseas, and is said to be showing in 8,500 cinemas in about 100 countries. This does not mean in the first weekend. We promise you’ll never find another distribution style like this.

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AMC says Tour of the ages Played in 94 outdoor regions at 4,527 venues.

Among the countries that participated this weekend were the United Kingdom/Ireland, France, Germany, Italy, Philippines, Spain, Japan, Australia/New Zealand, Thailand, Poland, Netherlands, Sweden, Finland, Norway, Austria, Denmark, Argentina, Chile, Ecuador, Colombia, Peru, Switzerland, Belgium, Portugal, Kenya, South Africa, Greece, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Croatia, Serbia, Estonia, Israel, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Latvia, Aruba, Angola, Bahamas and Pakistan. .

The picture opened at number one in the UK/Ireland after unprecedented pre-sales, with Vue Cinemas recording similar success in Germany, Italy and the Netherlands. Unlike in the US, tickets have not gone on sale Tour of the ages abroad until a few days before opening which is standard for overseas theatrical releases.

Other No. 1 openers included Mexico, Australia, Germany and the Philippines.

Tim Richards, president of Vue Cinemas, said that today Tour of the ages It “tracks to achieve the highest box office receipts ever for a theatrical release in the United Kingdom and Ireland.” He added: “We saw an amazing response from Swifties across the UK and Ireland who dressed up, sang and danced with their fellow fans, with sold-out sessions despite an unprecedented number of shows being scheduled so no one missed out.”

While New York-based distributor Variance handled the US theater bookings, Trafalgar in the UK handled the film’s overseas distribution, brokered by AMC.

Swift’s next overseas stand will be on November 3 with Brazil, South Korea, India, Malaysia, Indonesia, Turkey, Hungary, Vietnam, Hong Kong, Romania, Singapore, Bulgaria, Taiwan and Macau. In Brazil’s case, the image was not removed from censorship in time for its release this weekend.

Worldwide IMAX grosses were $13.1 million, setting a record as the biggest opening weekend for a music film (concert or documentary) in this format. International markets earned $2.03 million from 236 screens. Another 106 outdoor screens will open on October 26 and November 3. “The impressive numbers we’re seeing are typically reserved for Hollywood blockbusters, demonstrating how demand for the IMAX experience has expanded far beyond our core audience… With ‘In This Movie, Taylor Swift Innovates’,” said Rich Gelfond, CEO of IMAX. A cinematic experience in every sense of the word – dazzling, immersive and undeniably exhilarating – and in the sound and scope of IMAX, it’s the closest thing to being at the concert itself.”

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We’ll have more updates for you as they come.

This framework is also new, in Universal/DreamWorks Animation’s rolling release Trolls band together It began spreading sunlight in five markets. This first wave of openings includes Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Estonia and Lithuania. The starting price was only $1.35 million Trolls And leader child, And above Trolls World Tour.

Sweden 1 was starting at $500,000, the best for Trolls Title. Norway It also ranked first with $400,000, beating Taylor Swift. A high-profile marketing installation on Oslo’s central docks generated strong buzz for the film. The opening is above Trolls World Tour And in line with Child leader. Denmark It opened at $300,000, also higher tour of the ages, But it ranked second on the weekend behind the local hit Promised Land. The market’s school holidays will take place from Monday to Friday next week, setting the film up for a strong first week. The weekend result has just begun Trolls World Tour Which had success there during the pandemic.

Meanwhile, catering to the younger demo, Paramount/Nickelodeon/Spin Master’s Paw Patrol: The Great Movie Wagging its tail, it crosses the $100 million global mark in just 15 days. This weekend added strength $24.5 million In 67 markets including 11 new openings. Now it is produced in 95% of outdoor paw prints, and it exists $76.5 million At the international box office and $126.4 million worldwide. Property values ​​fell by only 24%.

These dogs are going about their day, and they’ve already made it through 2021 paw patrol The film, which, I remember, played and played. The mighty movie It still has a long way to go and is expected to exceed $200 million worldwide. This has already led to a significant increase in engagement in Nickelodeon Linear, Paramount+ and consumer products, with puppies on track to generate more than $1.5 billion in retail this year. original movie, Paw Patrol: The Moviefor the year so far, is the most rewatched original/exclusive film on Paramount+, averaging 6.8 rewatches.

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In the new openings this session, France It dazzled in first place with $4.5 million at 638 locations. School holidays are coming from 23 October to 3 November United kingdom It debuted at No. 2 with $4.2 million from 618 locations; There are overlapping school holidays from Monday to 3 November. Poland It launched with a #1 debut of $2.4 million from 328 theaters and Spain It was also the No. 1 play with $1.9 million from 369.

China is the market leader overall at $14.9 million (down just 3% from last weekend), followed by Germany At $6.9 million (retaining -11%), Mexico It grossed $5.7 million and Australia $4.6 million

Markets that have not yet opened are Sweden on October 27 and Japan on December 15.

Universal/Blumhouse/Morgan Creek Al-Mu’awwidhatayn: The believer This weekend, it added 26 overseas markets, including Brazil and France, for another $15.9 million to reach 40 million dollars So far internationally and the performance is above Sixth scream And in line with Rising Evil Dead In the same markets. France It just finished second with $1.7 million from 332 screens Halloweenabove Halloween Ending, M3GAN, Scream And Rising Evil Dead. Brazil It grossed $1.5 million including previews in over 1,000 locations, 2Second abbreviation The largest opening ever for a Blumhouse title in the market, behind only M3GAN. Launch above Insidious: The Red Door And Halloween. the The United Arab Emirates Started with $500,000-plus Annabelle, Halloween, He smiles, Rising Evil Dead And M3jan, – At clear number 1. Global total now 85 million dollarswhich has an IMAX price tag of $4 million.

The best plays so far are Mexico ($6.8 million), United kingdom ($4.2 million), Spain ($2.5 million), Italy ($2.4 million) and Germany ($1.9 million).

MISC UPDATED CUMES/NB
the creator (DIS): $5.9 million international weekend (50 markets); $46.7 million international / $79.1 million worldwide
Equator 3 (SNY): $5.7 million international weekend (57 markets); $86.1 million international / $176.7 million worldwide
The second nun (World Bank): $4 million international weekend (74 markets); $173.5 million international / $257.2 million worldwide
X saw (LG): US$3.5 million international weekend (56 markets); $29.9 million international / $71.3 million worldwide
Oppenheimer (UNI): $1.7 million international weekend (83 markets); $618.3 million international / $942 million worldwide
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem (PAR): US$430,000 international weekend (32 markets); $61.9 million international / $124.6 million worldwide