(LOS ANGELES) – "Chraobhan Fantastic: Crimes of Grindelwald", to move out and to; traveling to the top of his weekend box with a $ 62.2 million opening in the US and Canada, according to a Sunday studio estimate.
The latest bid from the Harry Potter multiverse has not been short since the opening of his first movie Warner Bros., 2016 "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them", which set down $ 74 million in the distribution of November similar to him and went on $ 234 million in the US and Canada.
But the Harry Potter films have a wide range of international access, with a $ 253 million world-wide heart rate at "Fantastic Beasts", according to the estimate of the studio.
"It's obvious that it's a big deal to the world," said Jeff Goldstein, president of home circulation for Warner Bros.
Last week's film, "Dr. Seuss & The Grinch," either at $ 38.1 million, and gave it a " His home account to $ 126 million for Universal Pictures after two weeks.
"Bohemian Rhapsody," Freddie Mercury biopic "of the 20th century, continues to climb, with a third place with $ 15.7 million for $ 127 million.
"Fantastic Beasts", the second film in the series of Potter rows that was written by J.K. Rowling had a $ 200 million budget and sang Eddie Redmayne, Johnny Depp and Jude Law. In large part, her reviews were not needed, with critics say Rowling's magic world is sick after 10 films.
Across the globe nine-nine films have earned $ 8.5 billion, in total, who will include this world.
"This is another example of an open week-long film that goes to the international areas," said Paul Dergarabedian, a leading media analysis for Comscore. "This is a great deal with larger licensing films. For many of these barriers, the only international newspaper that comes in and will save the day."
In the US, Warner Bros. It is hoped that young volunteers outside the school "Fantastic Animals" will fly through Thanksgiving.
"It's a big week to come up," said Goldstein. "Friday is one of the biggest film days of the year."
He will have a big challenge in Disney's "Ralph Breaks the Internet", which opens on Wednesday, as "Creed II."
"Fantastic Animals" continues a year of bad points and its; hit Warner from a wide range of films, including "The Meg," "Crazy Rich Asians," "The Nun" and "A Star is Born."
"Warner Bros. is on roll that every studio would be happy," said Dergarabedian.
In budget opening times this week, Mark Wahlberg gave Paramount Pictures $ 14.7 million, and "Widows," director Steve McQueen, "director of" 12-year-old slave ", contributed to £ 12.3 million for the 20th Century Fox.
Overall, the weekend was down by 14.5 per cent from the same time during the previous year, when "League of Justice" was made for a great weekend for Thanksgiving.
Here are tickets for Friday through the Sabbath in US and Canadian theater, according to Comscore. Where available, there are also the latest international figures for Fridays on Sundays. Last figures will be released on Monday.
1. "Fantastic Brooches: Grindelwald Crimes," $ 62.2 million.
2. "Dr. Seuss" The Grinch, "$ 38.1 million.
3. "Bohemian Rhapsody," $ 15.7 million.
4. "Family at present," $ 14.7 million.
5. "Widow," $ 12.3 million.
6. "The Nutcracker and the Four Realms," $ 4.7 million.
7. "Born Star," $ 4.3 million.
8. "Overlord," $ 3.8 million.
9. "Spinning the Naughty in Spider," $ 2.5 million.
10. "Click the Stage: The Movie," $ 2.3 million.