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6th March 2021
As the pandemic is starting to get under control in much of the world with the agressive distribution of the vaccine many markets are starting to open their cinema door with China still leading the way, and with Russia and Japan still showing good number and this coming weekend many more American states are staring to open up.
This means the global box office is starting to take shape, and although its still heavily lead by Chinese movies this week the new Tom & Jerry: The Movie has done well globally, and next weekend we have the new Disney movie Raya and the Last Dragon hitting cinemas.
Here is the current global box office Quickview
Global box office top 5 breakdown 26th - 29th February 2021.
The hit Chinese movie got a release 3 weeks ago in its native, the same weekend as Detective Chinatown 3, and both film became top grossing movies in their own right.
The Ling Jia directed movie this week takes $53.3 Million which is a 60% drop from last weekend but the movie has taken an incredible $677.3 Million in China alone, beating the likes of Avengers: Endgame.
The feuding duo in their first live action movie, although the cat and mouse are traditional animation, think Who Framed Roger Rabbit, which climbs from 10 to 2 this week.
Taking a quite amazing $30 Million this movie is 92% up from it debut gross last weekend, the movie has takes $43 Million in total.
The second movie to be doing massive number in China is the sequel movie directed by Sicheng Chen which this week drops to 3 with $19.9 Million, 53% down, taking its total gross to $677 Million.
This dramatic take of an actor down on his luck remains at 4 this week with $14.5 Million, down just 1% from last week, its total is now $57 Million after 3 weeks of release.
Directed by Yang Lu this action movie is turning into a global hit and this week despite dropping to number 3 takes $12 Million, a 12% drop, for a $125 Million total after 3 weeks of release.
22nd October 2020
Japan led the way on the global stage this weekend as the animated movie Demon Slayer the Movie: Mugen Train topped the global box office with a record breaking Japanese debut.
China also did well again this weekend as its box office continued to do well in what can be seen as a post COVID-19 re-opening.
Here is the global box office Quickview
Breaking the record for the biggest ever opening for a film in Japan the animated movie took nearly $44 Million on its debut.
A great opening for the Haruo Sotozaki directed movie and a great sign that cinema is open again, in Japan at least.
With Chinese cinema doing well over the last couple of weekends its current number 1 movie falls to number 2 on the global box office with $19.1 Million.
After 3 weeks the movie has now taken $360.2 Million globally.
Getting a release in the US and topping the chart there has given the Liam Neeson movie a massive boost and the film jumps from 18 to number 3 with $4.7 Million globally, up 91% from last weekend.
The film has taken $6.3 Million in total after 2 weeks of release.
The Christopher Nolan movie has had a troubled time at the cinema but despite that its at number 4 this weekend with $4,4 Million.
The film has a global take of $334 Million after 8 weeks of release.
The Tim Hill directed comedy falls to number 5 this week with $2.6 Million over the weekend pushing its total gross to $11.1 Million after 5 weeks of release.