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Sony’s remake of ‘The Magnificent Seven’ earns $59 mn at global box office

MUMBAI: Sony’s remake of ‘The Magnificent Seven’ has earned $59 million at global box office.

On the family-friendly side of the ledger, ‘Storks’ from Warner Bros. generated $40.1 million in worldwide box office this weekend. Universal’ s ‘Bridget Jones’s Baby’ flopped in the US but did much better abroad.

comScore has announced the official worldwide weekend box office estimates for the weekend of 25 September, as compiled by the company’s theatrical measurement services.

comScore senior media analyst Paul Dergarabedian commented, “Sony’s remake of ‘The Magnificent Seven’ rustled up some big numbers this weekend from 63 total markets grossing $19.2 million from 8,300 plus screens.  With an international total of $24.8 million, the global combined cumulative is now $59.8 million.  On the family-friendly side of the ledger, ‘Storks’ from Warner Bros. opened in 33 international markets this weekend, generating an estimated $18.3 million from approximately 14,500 screens and $40.1 million in worldwide box office this weekend.”

The top 12 worldwide weekend box office estimates, listed in descending order, per data collected as of 25 September, are:

  1. The Magnificent Seven, The – Sony – $54.2 Million
  2. Storks – Warner Bros. – $40.1 Million
  3. Bridget Jones’s Baby – Universal – $26.4 Million
  4. Sully – Warner Bros. – $20.3 Million
  5. The Secret Life Of Pets – Universal – $8.8 Million
  6. Don’t Breathe – Sony – $8.1 Million
  7. Blair Witch – Multiple – $7.5 Million
  8. Suicide Squad – Warner Bros. – $6.1 Million
  9. A Chinese Odyssey Part Three: The End, – Multiple – $6 Million
  10. Snowden – Multiple – $5.8 Million
  11. Bad Moms – STX Entertainment – $5.6 Million
  12. Finding Dory – Disney – $5.5 Million

The top 12 US weekend box office estimates, listed in descending order, per data collected as of 25 September, are:

  1. The Magnificent Seven – Sony – $35 Million
  2. Storks – Warner Bros. – $21.8 Million
  3. Sully – Warner Bros. – $13.8 Million
  4. Bridget Jones’s Baby – Universal – $4.5 Million
  5. Snowden – Open Road – $4.1 Million
  6. Blair Witch – Lionsgate – $4 Million
  7. Don’t Breathe – Sony – $3.8 Million
  8. Suicide Squad – Warner Bros. – $3.1 Million
  9. When The Bough Breaks – Sony – $2.5 Million
  10. Kubo And The Two Strings – Focus Features – $1.1 Million
  11. Hell Or High Water – Lionsgate – $1.1 Million
  12. Bad Moms – STX Entertainment – $1 Million