The Rock ‘Johnson and Jason Statham Raise About $ 60.8 Million about $ 60.8 million the first weekend.
In addition to the first two “Fast & Furious” films, each of the suites has produced more than half of its global foreign box office collection.
The number 1 this week is the swarming of Fast & Furious that you did not want but that you knew you would have anyway. “Hobbs & Shaw”, starring Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Jason Statham, collected about $ 60.8 million in its first weekend.
This is the worst national debut of the franchise since 2006 “Tokyo Drift”, which bombed at the box office and was a complete detour from the Fast & Furious franchise until then.
But do not worry yet for the Fast & Furious family. The debut of nearly $ 61 million is the eighth best box office debut this year.
Just fall behind “Us” Jordan Peele, who collected $ 71 million during his first weekend.
Not to mention that the Toretto family is always doing their best abroad. In addition to the first two “Fast & Furious” movies, each of the suites has generated more than half of its gross world output at the foreign box office and “Hobbs & Shaw” is no different.
“Hobbs & Shaw” has raised about $ 120 million at the foreign counter and has not yet opened in China, the world’s second-largest film market after the United States.
The “Lion King” of Disney falls in second place this week with an estimated budget of $ 38 million for its third weekend. The Lion King has officially surpassed the $ 1 billion mark, but we have yet to wait to see if he will become the “king” of Disney remakes.
“Beauty and the Beast” is still the new live version of Disney, with a total of $ 1.2 billion in ticket sales around the world.
“The Lion King” is also the second most profitable film in 2019, but I think the second place is the closest to this record.
Finally, in the third place this week, we find Quentin Tarantino’s “Once upon a time in Hollywood”, which is estimated at $ 20 million during his second weekend.
As for next week, Dora seems to have problems with her transition to the big screen.