‘Kingdom Of The Planet Of The Apes’ Tops $300M WW; ’IF’ & ‘Garfield’ Crack $100M; ‘Furiosa’ At $75M Through Tuesday – International Box Office

‘Kingdom Of The Planet Of The Apes’ Tops $300M WW; ’IF’ & ‘Garfield’ Crack $100M; ‘Furiosa’ At $75M Through Tuesday – International Box Office

It’s not all doom and gloom at the global box office as a handful of films reached milestones this week. 20th Century Studios/Disney’s Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes has topped $300M worldwide, while Paramount’s IF and Sony/Alcon’s The Garfield Movie crossed the $100M mark.

Through Tuesday, Apes is at $178.1M international and $306.8M global; this past weekend was its third frame. The Wes Ball-directed pic crossed the $300M milestone with Monday’s numbers.

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The Top 5 markets through yesterday are China ($25.8M), France ($18.1M), Mexico ($15.9M), UK ($14.5M) and Brazil ($7.8M).

Meanwhile, Paramount’s IF from John Krasinski, which topped $100M with Sunday’s business, now has $43.7M from the international box office for a $110.5M running global cume through Tuesday.

Its friendliest markets so far are the UK ($8.2M), France ($6.9M), Mexico ($5.8M), Australia  ($3.6M) and Germany ($2.3M).

Next to release are Israel, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania and Trinidad this coming weekend. Japan will open on June 14, followed by China on June 15.

And, the orange cat with the voracious appetite crossed $100M on Monday. Now through Tuesday, Garfield has gobbled up $105M worldwide. That includes $71M from overseas where the feline dug its claws in early, ahead of the domestic start this past weekend, playing in 51 markets.

The Top 5 to date are Mexico ($17.6M), Germany ($5.3M), Brazil ($5.2M), Spain ($5M) and UK ($4.6M).

Still to release on the Mark Dindal-helmed animated film are Indonesia, Australia and Poland next session, followed by France on July 31 and Japan on August 16.

Meanwhile, after coming in at a confirmed $32.8M for the opening overseas weekend, Warner Bros’ Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga has grossed $40 internationally through Tuesday. The running global cume is $75M

This weekend it adds Greece and Japan, with China opening June 7.


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