Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle stayed atop the pile thanks to an estimated $32.6m weekend haul from 92 territories that propelled the running total to $450.8m and $767.8m worldwide.
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China delivered a further $7.7m in its second weekend as the running total climbed to $65.8m, while Australia produced $2.3m for $31.9m after four. The adventure held on to number one in its second weekend in Brazil on $2.4m for $18m.
The UK generated in $2.5m for $43.7m after five, and France returned $1.9m in the fifth session as Jumanji stayed top to reach $24.3m. Russia has produced $24.3m, Germany $18.8m, Mexico $18.1m, and Malaysia $13.7m, and South Korea $12.8m.
Insidious: The Last Key added $18.4m from 52 markets for $68.1m and the horror opened at number two in Russia on $4.4m including previews. Following last weekend’s record debut for a horror film, it added $1.9m in Indonesia for $8.6m, while a further $1.5m in the UK boosted the haul there to $5.1m after two.
Help, I Shrunk My Parents, a local-language film from Sony Pictures International Productions, debuted in Germany on $1.6m including previews. The overall weekend from four markets delivered $1.8m.
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Star Wars: The Last Jedi overtook Frozen on $1.2765bn at the weekend to become the ninth highest global release of all-time on an estimated $1.2963bn through Sunday (January 21).
The sci-fi added $9.9m internationally for $692m and ranks as the fifth highest grosser of all time in the UK on $109.3m. That territory is the leader, followed by Germany on $79.8m, France on $63.5m, Japan on $60.8m, Australia on $43.5m, China on a lacklustre $40.6m, and Spain on $25.1m.
Pixar’s Coco grossed $18.3m for $455.2m internationally and stands at $655.9m worldwide. It debuted at number one in the UK on $7.1m including previews ($4.6m without). China remains the lead market on $183.5m, followed by Mexico on $57.8m.
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Working Title’s Darkest Hour added $12.1m for $36.7m and $77.8m worldwide. The Winston Churchill drama starring SAG Awards and Oscar frontrunner Gary Oldman opened in 25 markets including Italy on $1.5m, Germany on $636,00, and Russia on $320,000.
The UK was the top holdover as $4.6m ensured it held on to number one and climbed to $14.1m after two sessions. In other second weekends, Australia has delivered $2.2m, Brazil $1.5m, and Spain $1.1m. France has produced $3.4m after three.
Pitch Perfect 3 added $3.8m from 46 for $74.5m and stands at $175.1m worldwide. Local acquisition Benedetta Follia added $2.6m in Italy for $7.9m after two weekends, while Spanish hit Perfectos Descondidos boosted the running total by $1m to $21.3m after eight sessions in Spain.
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Downsizing grossed $4.7m from 40 markets including 15 new openings. It debuted in Germany on $933,000 and arrived in Mexico on $717,000 as the international running total climbed to $13.3m.
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Geostorm opened top in the final market of Japan on $2.8m as the international tally reached $179.2m.
All The Money In The World opened in Indonesia, Philippines and Uruguay and grossed $1.2m overall for $15m from 23 territories including the UK, where Sony distributes.
Ridley Scott’s John Paul Getty kidnapping drama stands at $3m in Italy after three weekends, and has reached the same number in Australia and New Zealand, and $1m in Benelux.
Molly’s Game brought in $1.8m for $16.9m and stands at $5.2m after three sessions in the UK through eOne. France has generated $3.6m after three via SND, and the Netherlands $1.3m after four through eOne.