‘Black Adam’ reaches $250 million at the worldwide box office – Deadline

Refresh for latest…: DC Warner Bros/New Line black adam in its second offshore setting saw a strong hold, down just 45%. He added $39M of 76 offshore markets to take the race international ticket office total to $139 million for a worldwide cume until the Sunday of $250 million.

While superhero movies usually come preloaded, there were a number of black adam markets that saw only slight declines – school holidays helped in parts of Europe. Among the most notable are France (-19%), the Netherlands (-25%), Germany (-27%) and the United Kingdom (-38%).

The Dwayne Johnson-starrer continued to rank No. 1 in 60 overseas markets, including France, Germany, Spain, UK, Australia, Indonesia, Taiwan, Brazil and Mexico. In IMAX, he added $2.3 million to his overseas haul this session for a cumulative offshore of $8.2 million and $18 million worldwide in the format.

In comparable markets and using current exchange rates, the film is 42% ahead of Shazam!

The main markets to date are the UK ($15.3M), Mexico ($9.3M), Brazil ($8.4M), France ($8.2M) and Australia ($7.8M).

The photo taken by Jaume Collet-Serra has a little way to go before Black Panther: Wakanda Forever begins, and it is still in Japan to be released on December 2. At this time, we estimate a worldwide finish of around $400 million.

Whereas black adam has been a much-needed tent balm after a fallow period – and while it doesn’t totally blow the doors open – other titles continue on their merry trajectory.

Namely, Paramount Smile added $7 million from 62 overseas markets this weekend (-35%), and approaching $100 million overseas with $93.6 million until Sunday. Overall, it is $186 million and should cross $200 million in the coming weeks.

Meanwhile, Sony Lyle, Lyle Crocodile sang to $50.6 million overall. This weekend was good for $6 million in 40 overseas markets (down 12% in inventory). Internationally, and with several majors to come, it’s $18M.

Also of note, Searchlight’s The Banshees of Inisherin had good midweeks in the UK after its debut last weekend and saw a second drop of just 18% in the market. The total to date is $4.8 million.

Elsewhere in the buoyant and reliable Korean market, two new films were released this weekend – Yoon Jong-seok’s crime thriller Confession ($1.74M) and Lee Il-hyung’s drama Remember ($1.62 million) — but given the tragedy that unfolded in Seoul on Saturday night, when a surge of crowds at a Halloween celebration killed at least 153 people, attention is naturally turned elsewhere as the country enters a period of mourning.


Halloween Ends (UNI): $3.68 million for the international weekend (76 markets); $34.3M international revenue/$94.7M worldwide

Ticket to Paradise (UNI): $2.9 million international weekend (78 markets); $85.7M international revenue / $119.4M worldwide

Ms. Harris goes to Paris (UNI): $1.93m international weekend (36 markets); $8.3M international revenue/$18.8M worldwide

The Woman King (SNY): $1.8 million international weekend (38 markets); $22.7M international revenue / $87.2M worldwide

The New Toy (SNY): $1.3 million international weekend (France only); $3.5 million total

Amsterdam (DIS): $1.3m international weekend (34 markets); $9.5M international revenue/$24.1M worldwide

Bros (UNI): $1m international weekend (22 markets); $1.4M international/$13M worldwide

Minions: The Rise of Gru (UNI): $733,000 international weekend (84 markets); $565.7M International/$934.7M Worldwide

Tad the Lost Explorer and the Emerald Tablet (PAR): $585,000 International Weekend (29 markets); $30.3M

Top Gun: Maverick (PAR): $475,000 International Weekend (30 markets); $769.1M International/$1.486B Worldwide

Moonage Daydream (UNI): $107,000 international weekend (41 markets); $7.25M international revenue / $11.4M worldwide

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