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Hotel Transylvania 3 beats Skyscraper, garners $100 million in worldwide opening

Hotel Transylvania 3 beats Skyscraper, garners $100 million in worldwide opening

Animation, Headlines
Amid FIFA World Cup and Wimbledon, "Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation" has successfully grabbed the Numero uno spot at the box office in its opening weekend, surpassing the Dwayne Johnson action thriller, “Skyscraper”, which took only USD 25.5 million. The monster-adventure animated movie opened to USD 44.1 million in the US this weekend, swooping into the number one spot in North America. The numbers put it on par with the previous movies in the series the first Hotel Transylvania opened to USD 42 million and the second to USD 48 million. Worldwide, “Hotel Transylvania 3” has already earned more than USD 100 million, including special Amazon Prime screenings in the US and early foreign grosses. The successful series has grossed over USD 900 million worldwide to date. Disney and
The Parr Family is pulling ‘Incredible’ box office numbers in India, North America

The Parr Family is pulling ‘Incredible’ box office numbers in India, North America

Headlines
The Parr Family is pulling off some incredibly historic numbers at the box office. In India, Incredibles 2 remained unaffected from big releases such as Salman Khan’s Race 3 and Ranbir Kapoor starrer Sanju. Incredibles 2 hit 1,000 screens in India on June 22 and earned Rs 3.85 crore on opening day. According to a report in the Moneycontrol, during its first weekend, the film collected Rs 17.85 crore and moved on to collect Rs 30 crore. The film has secured its position on the list of successful animation films from Hollywood surpassing the 2016 film Kung Fu Panda 3 that earned Rs 22.12 crore. According to media reports, the sequel has passed half a billion dollars, making it the first animated film in history to hit USD 500 million in North America, and grossed USD 268.4 million in oth

‘Exodus’ Tops Box Office with $24.5M Debut

Top Stories, VFX
Ridley Scott’s Exodus: Gods and Kings easily topped the U.S. box office this weekend with a $24.5 million debut, dethroning The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 1, which had held the number one spot for the past three weeks. Exodus, which cost $140 million to make after tax breaks, also opened in several international territories, earning $43.3 million around the globe for distributor 20th Century Fox for a worldwide total of $74.3 million. (more…)