“The Spongebob Movie” and “Unhinged” open to lower than $1 million in newly-opened Canadian theaters
The weekend worldwide field workplace was highlighted by a robust weekend for a “Harry Potter” re-release in China and the reopening of film theaters in Canada upfront of the discharge of “Tenet” in two weeks.
In China, a 3D re-release of “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone” led the field workplace with $13.6 million on 16,000 screens, together with $2.1 million on IMAX screens. The 2001 household movie accounted for 17% of all weekend grosses and 70% of IMAX’s $Three million international gross.
China additionally noticed the discharge of Columbia Pictures’ “Bad Boys for Life,” which earned over $400 million on the international field workplace again in January however was unable to open in Chinese theaters because of the pandemic. The Will Smith movie made $3.2 million this weekend, bringing its international whole to $426 million. Warner Bros.’ re-release of “Interstellar” added $1.7 million this weekend, bringing its whole for this present run in China to $16.1 million.
Aside from “Potter,” many of the remainder of IMAX’s grosses got here from a 10th-anniversary re-release of Christopher Nolan’s “Inception,” which included sneak peek footage of “Tenet.” The movie made $640,000 on IMAX screens and $1.6 million on 2,850 screens worldwide.
In Canada, two movies had been launched huge this weekend: Paramount’s “The Spongebob Movie: Sponge on the Run” and the indie thriller “Unhinged,” which is distributed by VVS in Canadian cinemas. Both movies grossed lower than $1 million, with “Spongebob” taking in $900,000 from 300 screens and “Unhinged” taking $582,000 from 271 screens.
So far, 1,386 screens have reopened in North America with 316 being drive-ins, in line with Comscore estimates. That quantity will considerably improve within the coming weeks as main chains like AMC start plans to steadily deliver their circuits again on-line, beginning with “Unhinged” and the “Inception” anniversary version hitting theaters. “Tenet” will hit abroad markets on August 26 and launch in U.S. theaters every week later.
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