Canada Box-Office France: Dune crosses the bar of the million
‘Dune’ Poised For $20M+ Early Offshore Debut; Only The Beginning As Global Rollout Starts – International Box Office Preview
Warner Bros/Legendary Pictures’ sci-fi epic Dune is starting early rollout this weekend, looking to capitalize on momentum coming off of its star-packed world premiere at the Venice Film Festival, which was followed by an event at Paris’ Grand Rex cinema and screenings in Deauville and Toronto — all in just the past two weeks. TheThe Denis Villeneuve-directed adaptation of Frank Herbert’s 1965 classic will be playing in just 24 markets this weekend, beginning offshore rollout tomorrow. Of the majors going this session are France, Germany, Russia, Italy and Spain. Our industry sources are projecting a launch in the mid-$20M range. PLFs will play a large part; IMAX is on about 150 screens.
entries for its first week of operation, a strong strike, attracting more than a million curious. It is followed by black box and bac North, which defend itself well side French productions.box office from 15 to 21 September 2021: the top 10 row (previous rank) movie Inputs cumul 1 (novelty) 1 030 687 1 030 687 2 (2nd) 213 910 505 991 3 (3rd) 198 462 1 656 600 4 (1st) 196 638 991 862 5 (novelty) 148 506 148 506 6 (novelty) 117 938 117 938 7 (4th) 80 734 211 211 8 (7th) 63 346
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Timothy Chalamet: "On dune, I totally abandoned Denis Villeneuve"
© Sipa Timothée Chalamet: "On Dune, I totally abandoned Denis Villeneuve" has the poster of Denis Villeneuve, the Event film of this end of the year, Timothée Chalamet confided to tele-leisure to talk about his incredible adventure in this production of even ordinary sf.
9 (9th) 58 991 838 116 10 (6th) 44 200 263 454 to remember is forced to make its crown. left no chance at the Blockbuster Marvel by propelled at the head of the Box Office France with . In a week, the SF film brought together 1,030,687 spectators. This vertiginous score is the second best startup from in December 2019. Only did better with 1 101 038 entries the first week. is maintained in second position for the 2nd consecutive week. The thriller with Pierre Niney crosses the bar of the 500,000 tickets sold. As for , the sensation of summer, it remains well hanging on the 3rd step of the podium. Cumulative, the action film with Gilles Lellouche reaches 1.6 million entries. It does better than , which falls in 4th position, failing to reach the million torn tickets. French comedy side, two novelties drop. with Gérard Jugnot and of Laurent Lafitte painfully arrive at passing the Cap of 100,000 spectators. At the bottom of the table, Gdegory Gadebois manages to bring together more than 200,000 gourmands with , followed by animation movies and . KAD MERAD closes the walk with (263,454 entries).
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International Insider: Bond Is Back; CAA’s Blockbuster ICM Deal; Exiled Filmmaker’s Academy Plea .
Happy Friday International Insiders, Tom Grater here with your news rundown. It was the week of Bond, can Daniel Craig’s final outing as the globe-trotting spy breathe new life into the beleaguered exhibition sector? To get this sent to your inbox every Friday, sign up here. ‘No Time To Die’ Comes Alive Bond is back: After what has been the most dramatic will-they-won’t-they since Ross and Rachel in Friends, MGM/Eon/Universal finally took the plunge and released Bond 25 this week, a move that will be salve to the wounds of exhibitors all around the globe.