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Clint Eastwood’s ‘Sully’ crosses $90 mn at global box office

MUMBAI: Director Clint Eastwood’s latest film ‘Sully’ has made 93.4 million at the global box office.

comScore has announced the official worldwide weekend box office estimates for the weekend of 18 September.

comScore senior media analyst Paul Dergarabedian commented, “Universal’s ‘Bridget Jones’s Baby’ opened in 39 territories along with the US and Canada this weekend with a worldwide total of $38.1 million and in the process posted the biggest romantic comedy opening weekend ever in the UK with $11.3 million. Meanwhile, Warner Bros.’ ‘Sully’ continues to land big grosses adding another $29 million globally this weekend and brings its total to $93.94 million to date.”

The top 12 worldwide weekend box office estimates, listed in descending order, per data collected as of 18 September 2016, are:

1. Bridget Jones’s Baby – Universal – $38.1 Million
2. Sully – Warner Bros. – $29 Million
3. The Age Of Shadows (Mil Jeong) – Warner Bros. – $21.5 Million
4. A Chinese Odyssey Part Three: The End – Multiple – $17.3 Million
5. Blair Witch – Lionsgate – $14.6 Million
6. Don’t Breathe – Sony – $12.8 Million
7. Ben-Hur – Paramount Pictures – $11.5 Million
8. The Secret Life Of Pets – Universal – $10.8 Million
9. Suicide Squad – Warner Bros. – $10.5 Million
10. S Storm – Multiple – $9.8 Million
11. Snowden – Multiple – $8.7 Million
12. Finding Dory – Disney – $8.6 Million

The top 12 US weekend box office estimates, listed in descending order, per data collected as of 18 September, are:

1. Sully – Warner Bros. – $22 Million
2. Blair Witch – Lionsgate – $9.7 Million
3. Bridget Jones’s Baby – Universal – $8.2 Million
4. Snowden – Open Road – $8 Million
5. Don’t Breathe – Sony – $5.6 Million
6. When The Bough Breaks – Sony – $5.5 Million
7. Suicide Squad – Warner Bros. – $4.7 Million
8. The Wild Life – Lionsgate – $2.6 Million
9. Kubo And The Two Strings – Focus Features – $2.5 Million
10. Pete’s Dragon – Disney – $2 Million
11. Hell Or High Water – Lionsgate – $1.9 Million
12. Bad Moms – STX Entertainment – $1.8 Million