The first film was pretty exclusively conceived as a starring vehicle for Tom Cruise, one he also produced and hoped would open the door for a franchise.
Studios on Sunday estimate that "Fallout" earned $61.5 million from 4,386 North American theaters.
It's the second-biggest opening ever for franchise star Tom Cruise. As per Variety, Fallout raked in $92 million in 36 global markets. Here We Go Again, which fell 57 per cent in its second weekend in theatres, to earn USA $15 million.
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Rounding out the top 10 were: Ant-Man And The Wasp (US$8.4 million); Incredibles 2 (US$7.2 million); Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (US$6.8 million); Skyscraper (US$5.4 million), and The First Purge (US$2.2 million).
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Highlights include a $24.6 million opening in South Korea, 22% above Rogue Nation, followed by the UK ($9m), India ($7m), Indonesia ($5.5m), Taiwan ($5.4m), Mexico ($4.8m), Russian Federation ($4m), Brazil ($3.8m), United Arab Emirates ($3m), Hong Kong ($2.8m), Malaysia ($2.6m), Philippines ($2.2m), Singapore ($1.8m), Spain ($1.7m), Vietnam ($1.2m) and Colombia ($1m).
With the movie's strong box office overseas as well, it's looking at around a $140 million worldwide opening, another franchise best. The Sony film, which has outpaced its predecessors at the box office, continues to resonate with audiences, which have spent around $237 million on it globally. "Skyscraper" is now at $225,758,089 worldwide, with most of that coming from the foreign box office.
According to the president of Paramount, the latest MI movie is an exceptional case of cinema, considering the first movie came out around 22 years ago, while the premise itself is approximately 40 years old.
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