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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.
16th October 2020
The two big Chinese hits My People, My Homeland and Legend Of Deification are still the biggest films across the globe this weekend but The Wars With Grandpa and Greenland make good ground as they open in more countries.
Here is the global box office top 15 Quickview.
This weeks global top 5 breakdown 9th - 11th October 2020.
This Chinese smash sequel from directors Hao Ning and Sicheng Chen stays at the top for a second weekend with $41.1 Million, 73% down from last weekend.
This gives the movie a total gross globally of $312.1 Million.
Remaining at number 2 for a second weekend is the animated tale from directors Teng Cheng and Li Wei which takes $11.3 Million, a 93% drop from last weekend.
The movie has now taken $163.2 Million globally, but its only been released in China so far!
Loosing momentum but still at number 3, Christopher Nolans movie takes $9.8 Million over the weekend, a 31% drop, for a total of $323.5 Million.
The Robert De Niro starring movie gets a US release this week and goes back up to number 4 with $9.8 Million, 86% up from last weekend, giving it a total global gross of $5.4 Million.
The latest Gerard Butler movie is getting a direct to VOD release in many parts of the world but where it is out its doing well and goes up to number 5 this weekend with $2.8 Million, up 83%.
The movie has taken $29 Million globally after 10 weeks of release.
30th September 2020
After 4 weeks at the top of the global box office Christopher Nolans Tenet is replaces, this week at least, by the Chinese release Leap which makes its debut at the top.
The Chinese box office is, at the moment, by far the highest grossing market and it is responsible for the high grosses of Tenet, Mulan, The Eight Hundred and now Leap.
Here is a quicklook breakdown of the top 15.
Weekly breakdown of the top 5 global movies 25th - 27th September 2020.
Making its debut at the top is this Chinese movie from director Peter Ho-Sun Chan and starring Li Gong which takes $24.7 Million over the weekend on its debut.
The movie is only released in China at the moment and with Tenet still to open in some territories it will be interesting to see what to top looks like in the coming weeks.
Moving from the top to number 2 after 4 weeks is the 'saviour of cinema' which quite frankly has struggles over its release so far, even in China.
This weekend the movie took $19.2 Million which brings its 5 week global total to $284.9 while it looks to cross the $300 Million mark which it could do by next weekend.
As the movie starts to open in other territories outside China the movie falls to number 3 with $8.3 Million giving the hit movie a total gross of $441.6 Million.
This new global total means that after 7 weeks of release it is the highest grossing movie globally in 2020, beating out the previous holder Bad Boys For Life.
Starring Gerard Butler this movie has had a hard time so far, a couple of moves of release date in the UK and US has meant that the movie will most likely go to VOD in many major markets.
Of the countries it has been released in it has taken $3.3 Million and is this week a re-entry on the global box office at number 4 and after 8 weeks on the chart has taken $17.6 Million.
Disney's animated remake has had a hard time of it really, after being days away from a full on cinema release it was pulled because of the pandemic, had its release date moved a couple of time then went to Disney+.
It did get a cinema release in some countries, after complains for many people, and this weekend is at 5 with a weekend gross of $3.3 Million taking its total to $64.4 Million after 5 weeks of release.