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    GODZILLA VS. KONG Weekend 5 Box Office Report - Part 2: Global

    Source: Comscore
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    Special Thanks to Paul Dergarabedian

    Comscore has announced the official international box office estimates for the weekend of May 2, 2021, as compiled by the company’s theatrical measurement services. As the trusted official standard for real-time worldwide box office reporting, Comscore provides the only theater-level reporting in the world. Customers are able to analyze admissions and gross results around the world using Comscore's suite of products.

    Comscore – Global Sunday Estimates – Weekend Box Office Roundup – May 2, 2021     

    A re-cap of this weekend’s notable performers as reported by their respective distributors

    Notable International Opener:

    RUROUNI KENSHIN: THE FINAL generated an estimated ¥404.4m ($3.7m) on 480 screens and ranking #2 behind DETECTIVE CONAN: THE SCARLET BULLET.  The cume to date in the market is now ¥1.6b ($14.5m).

    ■ Notable International/Global Performers:

    Now in its fourth international weekend, Warner Bros.’ MORTAL KOMBAT took in an estimated $3.0M from in 40 international markets in release, bringing the running overseas cume to $32.8M and the global total to $66.887M. 

    Warner Bros.’ GODZILLA VS. KONG came in at an estimated $2.7M for the weekend in 42 markets in release.  The international running cume is $325.1M and the worldwide total now stands at $415.4M. 

    Sony’s THE UNHOLY took in $2.1M this weekend in 14 territories for an international cume of $7.9M. Central America launched a strong #1 with $525K, which is Sony’s biggest horror opening of all-time in the market (+8% v. Insidious: The Last Key). Mexico went up 8% in its sophomore session to gross $1.2M, retaining the #1 spot for a local cume of $3.2M. 

    Universal’s NOBODY now in its sixth weekend internationally earned $1.299M in 20 territories for an international cume to date of $18.199M.Combined with the N. Am. weekend of $1.26M, the global weekend took in $2.559M for a running global cume of $41.567M. 

    Sony’s MAN IN LOVE, a local language remake of the 2014 South Korean romantic drama, held #1 spot for the fourth consecutive week in Taiwan, taking in $1.0 million in its 5th frame for a cume of $13.3 million. The pic now ranks as Taiwan’s 6th highest grossing local language release of all time. 

    Sony’s PETER RABBIT 2: THE RUNAWAY added $700K this weekend for an international cume of $17.4M from 447 screens in Australia ($14.9M cume) and New Zealand ($2.5M cume). 

    ■ IMAX Highlights (courtesy of IMAX):

    Local Chinese titles CLIFF WALKERS and HOME SWEET HOME lead the way to $5.1M of global IMAX results.

    New debuts in China for China Film’s CLIFF WALKERS and New Classics’ HOME SWEET HOME share the IMAX network generating $3.3M of IMAX box office.  

    CLIFF WALKERS won the weekend with $2.3M of the total with HOME SWEET HOME earing $1.0M. 

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