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Disney’s The Lion King earned an estimated $454.4m worldwide over the weekend as the animation vaulted to $531m after 10 days, fuelled by a $269.4m international weekend and a $185m record July debut in North America that will encourage box office observers after sluggish overall performance in the year-to-date.
Sony’s Spider-Man: Far From Home is fast approaching the $1bn global milestone, while Warner Bros horror Annabelle Comes Home is approaching $200m worldwide.
Jon - Favreau - Adventure - Adaptation - Lion
Jon Favreau’s photo-real adventure adaptation The Lion King stands at $346m at international box office and $98m in China after 10 days, and opened top in the UK on $19.9m for the second highest launch of the year behind Avengers: Endgame.
The international weekend haul ranks as the eighth biggest of all time and opened top in all international markets, earning the distinction of all-time top five debuts in Russia on $16.7m, Brazil on $17.9m, Mexico on $18.7m, Australia on $17.1m, and the entire Latin America region on $57m. The Lion King is yet to debut in Japan, Italy, and Hong Kong.
Tentpole - IMAX - Worldwide - Record - Debut
The tentpole grossed $25.2m on IMAX worldwide – a record global debut for a Disney-branded film – and $14.1m from international markets including $2.6m in China.
Toy Story 4 became the seventh Pixar release to cross $800m worldwide after $40.4m boosted the tally to $859.4m in the fifth session, and earned $25.8m for $483.9m internationally. After nine weekends, Aladdin has climbed to $989m worldwide, and $649m internationally. Avengers: Endgame has reached $2.7902bn globally and overtook Avatar’s nine-year record of $2.7897bn after a re-release in North America to rank as the highest grossing worldwide release of all time, unadjusted for inflation.
Far - From - Home - Markets - China
Spider-Man: Far From Home brought in a further $37.2m from 67 markets as it leapt to a $651.1m international running total, and added $58.2m for $970.8m globally. China remains the lead market...
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