"Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald" had another magical weekend at the foreign box office, generating $ 83.7 million for an international tour of $ 322.6 million.
The derived sequel has now crossed $ 439.7 million worldwide, with $ 116 million of that total from North America. Warner Bros., the studio behind the magical world movies, anticipated that, as in all previous "Harry Potter" films, more than half of its box office receipts would come from international markets.
The magical action adventure had a particularly strong performance in Japan, where it debuted this weekend with $ 13 million in 1,008 screens. That's the biggest opening of this year for a Warner Bros. movie in that territory. Germany also made solid profits and pocketed $ 7.5 million this weekend for a total of $ 23.2 million. In the United Kingdom, "Crimes of Grindelwald" generated $ 7.2 million, bringing its total in that market to $ 28.3 million.
The second entry of "Fantastic Animals" was not the only movie that reached an important milestone this weekend. The "Poison" of Sony has exceeded 800 million dollars worldwide, and is located as the second story of origin of superheroes largest of all time, behind "Black Panther." Its global route currently stands at $ 822.5 million, officially overcoming the receipts of "Wonder Woman" at the box office. Spider-Man "and" Deadpool. "This weekend, the anti-hero action film Marvel accumulated $ 21.3 million in 63 markets for an international tally of $ 610.8 million." Venom "has seen the highest returns in China, where it has obtained $ 242.9 million, followed by North America with $ 211 million.
Among the new offers, Disney's "Ralph Breaks the Internet" had a strong start overseas, earning $ 41.5 million when launched in 18 international territories. In the United States, the animated sequel became the second best Thanksgiving opening in history with $ 84.6 million during the five days of vacation and $ 56 million for the weekend. That makes "Ralph & # 39; s" worldwide reach $ 126 million.
John C. Reilly and Sarah Silverman repeat their roles as video game villain and their best friend in the follow-up, which had a grand opening in China with $ 19.5 million for the three-day frame. It has already surpassed the entire career of "Wreck It Ralph" in the Middle Kingdom. Other major territories include Mexico ($ 6.3 million) and Russia ($ 5.7 million).
Meanwhile, Fox's "Bohemian Rhapsody" is still in motion, accumulating another $ 38 million internationally. Queen's biopic has earned $ 320 million abroad and $ 472 million worldwide in four weeks of release.
"A fresh fish" from China completed the top five with $ 25 million. Directed by Xiaozhi Rao, the comic drama has won $ 50 million to date.