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Update to latest…: A strong horror new entry in a busy weekend at the international box office, some unexpected sparks and a milestone for a long-running franchise.

Out of This Frame, Sony/Screen Gems/Stage 6 Films/Plumhouse Insidious: The red door After 2019, the biggest foreign horror hit the stage. with $31.4M From 52 markets; It is also better for the owner in such markets. There is a global bow, including domestic $64M.

Offshore, directed by Patrick Wilson and the fifth in the series, is a direct sequel to the first two films, leading 27%. Insidious: The Last Key At current exchange rates and even bigger than the latest horror franchise releases Evil Dead Rise (+58%) and Scream VI (+30%).

Horror-oriented Mexico Lead Play with $5.8M at No. 1, Sony’s biggest horror debut in territory. He made a frightening achievement Philippines $3.7M was the highest horror opening weekend ever and the biggest opening weekend of last year. The UK was next with $2.8M France $1.9M and India with $1.5M (the latter being the widest release for a horror film and the best Sony opening for a horror title on the market).

It will also be released in Indonesia, Korea and Spain this month.

Return to holders. Disney/Lucasfilms Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny has moved the needle in its second annual session $248M Worldwide. After a softer-than-expected opening last weekend, the film dropped 49% overseas and grossed more. $31.8M This frame from 52 markets. International Box Office Total Collection Now $126.7M.

Indie 5 It hit No. 1 in France, Germany, Italy, Spain, the UK, Australia and Japan (see Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One Keeps previews of some of these, though significant numbers are to come). Argentina (-33%), Australia (-35%), Japan (-38%), France (-40%), Spain (-40%), UK (-41%), Brazil (- 42%) and Mexico (-49%).

Indie’s Top 5 Markets Today UK ($16.8M), France ($11.4M), Japan ($9.5M), Australia ($7.5M) and Germany ($7.4M).

In brighter news for Disney (and Pixar), Basic Heat is flying abroad. The current frame was good for $30M from 48 markets, a 21% decline. A number of key markets saw gains, including Australia (+32%), Korea (+14%) and Brazil (+3%), as well as Uruguay (+127%), New Zealand (+119%), and Vietnam (+41%). ), Chile (+40%) and Israel (+13%). 4 of KoreaTh The weekend was the longest weekend since the film’s release; The film seems to have caught its fancy there.

Tops to date Korea ($25.8M), China ($15.4M), Mexico ($13.5M), France ($9M) and Australia ($8M).

The international standings are now in place, with Spain and Japan still to come $142.7M (which will eventually end up being too high) for the global figure $252M.

Elsewhere, Sony Animation Spider-Man: The Whole Spider-Verse Additionally stuck $9.2M From 63 markets in this session, the total flow swings $284.6M foreign and $642.2M All over the world.

Here are the top 5 so far China ($49.6M), UK ($35M), Mexico ($27.8M), Australia ($20.6M) and France ($13.4M).

It’s Paramount Transformers: Rise of the Beasts and evolved $7.6M 5th weekend in 65 markets, now overseas total $261M And $408M Universal. China Reached $89.5M. Japan still has to go on August 4.

In a new milestone, Universal Fast X Crossed $700M at the global box office and surpassed lifetime overseas grosses Fast and Furious 9. Added International Weekend $1.8M From 84 markets a $557M Coast to date. Globally, the Toretto family held $703M in the tank.

With the exception of China, overseas performance is higher than both F9 And Hobbs & Shaw At the same point. China topped the list with $139.5M, followed by Mexico ($37.7M), Brazil ($26.9M), Japan ($26.8M) and France ($21.8M).

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