Warner Bros’ “Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore,” which has largely been depending on international ticket sales, led the global box office again at its third week of release, racking up an estimated $38.3 million in international markets as well as a $14.0 million in North America.
On top of that, “Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore” has been performing much better in international box offices with a 44 per cent drop in holds, however, the movie had been met with a 67 per cent drop in holdover markets in domestic box office coming into the third week.
“Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore” hits $280 million globally
Global box office between April 22 to 24
|Rank||Film||3-day world||Total Grossing (World)||Distributor|
|1||Fantastic Beasts 3||$52.3m||$280.3m||Warner Bros|
|2||Sonic The Hedgehog 2||$34.2m||$287.8||Paramount|
|3||The Bad Guys||$29.8m||$87.1m||Universal|
|4||The Lost City||$21.4m||$128m||Paramount|
|5||K.G.F: Chapter 2||$19.7m||$114.9m||Various|
|7||The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent||$8.9m||$8.9m||Various|
|8||Everything Everywhere All at Once||$6.4m||$30.1m||Various|
Despite stringent lockdown measures in Shanghai, China, the world’s largest movie market, had shelved No 4 position with a grossing of $17.5 million, just behind a $21.7 million docketed in UK/Ireland.