Hollywood star Tom Cruise’s ‘Mission: Impossible – Fallout’ captured the no.1 spot at the international box office.
Over the weekend, the film earned $77.3 million (USD dollars) at the Chinese box office, thereby taking its global total to a whopping $649 million. The flick also earned a total of $89.1 million from 65 international markets, on the weekend, which was also a contributing factor to this massive earning.
In Italy, the Tom Cruise starrer earned $2.7 million, while in Greece, it raked in $397,000. The film also a earned a decent $1.3 million from France and Japan respectively.
In comparison to Cruise’s film, ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ earned $10.4 million from 24 international markets. The film which was recently launched in Australia raked in $5.4 million over the weekend.
Currently, its global earnings stand at $19.9 million, despite managing to cross the $100 million mark in the North American continent. Apart from Australia, earnings from Singapore looked promising, as the film earned $1.1 million.
The US-China co-production ‘The Meg’ starring Jason Statham has earned $17.7 million from 66 overseas markets over the weekend, which eventually took its global earnings to $462.8 million, which is almost at par with ‘Mission: Impossible – Fallout.’
The shark thriller generated $2.5 million in France, $1.5 million in China, and pocketed a sweet $1.3 million from Mexico. (ANI)