comScore Announces Official Worldwide Box Office Results for Weekend of August 21, 2016
LOS ANGELES, Aug. 21, 2016 comScore (NASDAQ: SCOR) today announced the official worldwide weekend box office estimates for the weekend of August 21, 2016, as compiled by the company’s theatrical measurement services.
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comScore’s Senior Media Analyst Paul Dergarabedian commented,”‘Suicide Squad,’ the Warner Bros./DC Comics anti-superhero film, easily crosses the $500 million mark worldwide with $572.7 million earned through this weekend. Other notable entries on the chart include the $10.7 million international debut for Paramount’s remake of the epic ‘Ben-Hur’ and $6.5 million earned in the international territories for another newcomer, Warner Bros.’ comedy ‘War Dogs.'”
The top 12 worldwide weekend box office estimates, listed in descending order, per data collected as of Sunday, August 21, are below.
- Suicide Squad – Warner Bros. – $58.7M
2. Secret Life Of Pets, The – Universal – $50.8M
3. Ben-Hur – Paramount Pictures – $22.1M
4. War Dogs – Warner Bros. – $20.8M
5. Jason Bourne – Universal – $19.3M
6. Sausage Party – Sony – $17.4M
7. Pete’s Dragon – Disney – $17.0M
8. Line Walker – Multiple – $16.5M
9. Star Trek Beyond – Paramount Pictures – $15.3M
10. Kubo And The Two Strings – Universal – $13.5M
11. Bad Moms – STX Entertainment – $12.0M
12. Tunnel – Showbox / Mediaplex Inc. – $9.6M.
The top 12 domestic weekend box office estimates, listed in descending order, per data collected as of Sunday, August 21, are below.
- Suicide Squad – Warner Bros. – $20.7M
2. Sausage Party – Sony – $15.3M
3. War Dogs – Warner Bros. – $14.3M
4. Kubo And The Two Strings – Focus Features – $12.6M
5. Ben-Hur – Paramount – $11.3M
6. Pete’s Dragon – Disney – $11.3M
7. Bad Moms – STX Entertainment – $8.1M
8. Jason Bourne – Universal – $8.0M
9. Secret Life Of Pets, The – Universal – $5.8M
10. Florence Foster Jenkins – Paramount – $4.3M
11. Star Trek Beyond – Paramount – $4.0M
12. Hell Or High Water – Lionsgate – $2.6M
Full details regarding the global domestic and international box office results are listed in the table below.
|Weekend BO Estimate (USD)||Weekend Release Cume (USD)||Distributor|
|Title||Worldwide||Int’l||Domestic||Worldwide||Int’l||Domestic||Int’l||No. of Terr.||Domestic|
|Secret Life Of Pets, The||50,772,240||45,000,000||5,772,240||674,524,270||327,800,000||346,724,270||UNI||54||UNI|
|Star Trek Beyond||15,300,000||11,300,000||4,000,000||231,131,370||84,200,000||146,931,370||PAR||35||PAR|
|Kubo And The Two Strings||13,510,000||900,000||12,610,000||13,510,000||900,000||12,610,000||UNI||9||FOC|
|Big Head Son & Small Head Dad 2||7,500,000||7,500,000||–||7,600,000||7,600,000||–||CNFC||1||–|
|Ice Age: Collision Course||4,325,000||3,400,000||925,000||314,953,290||254,100,000||60,853,290||FOX||39||FOX|
|Florence Foster Jenkins||4,300,000||–||4,300,000||17,005,743||2,600,000||14,405,743||MUL||1||PAR|
|Last Princess, The||4,300,000||4,300,000||–||34,500,000||34,500,000||–||LOTTE||1||–|
|Call Of Heroes||3,800,000||3,800,000||–||23,600,000||23,600,000||–||MUL||4||–|
|Hell Or High Water||2,650,000||–||2,650,000||3,527,687||–||3,527,687||MUL||1||LGF|
|Mike And Dave Need Wedding Dates||2,300,000||2,300,000||–||64,254,366||18,800,000||45,454,366||FOX||17||FOX|
|Jungle Book, The||2,237,000||2,100,000||137,000||955,529,023||592,300,000||363,229,023||DIS||2||DIS|
|*Territory is a movie studio term for regions of the world consisting of various countries.|
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