comScore Announces Official Worldwide Box Office Results for Weekend of September 18, 2016

 

LOS ANGELES (September 18, 2016) — comScore (NASDAQ: SCOR) today announced the official worldwide weekend box office estimates for the weekend of September 18, 2016, as compiled by the company’s theatrical measurement services.

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comScore’s Senior Media Analyst Paul Dergarabedian commented, “Universal’s ‘Bridget Jones’s Baby’ opened in 39 territories along with the U.S. and Canada this weekend with a worldwide total of $38.1 million and in the process posted the biggest romantic comedy opening weekend ever in the U.K. with $11.3 million.  Meanwhile, Warner Bros.’ ‘Sully’ continues to land big grosses adding another $29 million globally this weekend and brings its total to $93.94 million to date.”

The top 12 worldwide weekend box office estimates, listed in descending order, per data collected as of Sunday, September 11, are below.

1. Bridget Jones’s Baby – Universal – $38.1M
2. Sully – Warner Bros. – $29.0M
3. Age Of Shadows, The (Mil Jeong) – Warner Bros. – $21.5M
4. Chinese Odyssey Part Three: The End, A – Multiple – $17.3M
5. Blair Witch – Lionsgate – $14.6M
6. Don’t Breathe – Sony – $12.8M
7. Ben-Hur – Paramount Pictures – $11.5M
8. Secret Life Of Pets, The – Universal – $10.8M
9. Suicide Squad – Warner Bros. – $10.5M
10. S Storm – Multiple – $9.8M
11. Snowden – Multiple – $8.7M
12. Finding Dory – Disney – $8.6M

The top 12 domestic weekend box office estimates, listed in descending order, per data collected as of Sunday,September 11, are below.

1. Sully – Warner Bros. – $22.0M
2. Blair Witch – Lionsgate – $9.7M
3. Bridget Jones’s Baby – Universal – $8.2M
4. Snowden – Open Road – $8.0M
5. Don’t Breathe – Sony – $5.6M
6. When The Bough Breaks – Sony – $5.5M
7. Suicide Squad – Warner Bros. – $4.7M
8. Wild Life, The – Lionsgate – $2.6M
9. Kubo And The Two Strings – Focus Features – $2.5M
10. Pete’s Dragon – Disney – $2.0M
11. Hell Or High Water – Lionsgate – $1.9M
12. Bad Moms – STX Entertainment – $1.8M

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
Bridget Jones’s Baby 38,140,715 29,900,000  8,240,715  38,140,715  29,900,000  8,240,715  UNI  40  UNI
Sully 29,000,000  7,000,000 22,000,000  93,941,351  23,400,000  70,541,351  WB  45  WB
Age Of Shadows, The (Mil Jeong) 21,500,000 21,500,000  –  45,000,000  45,000,000  –  WB  1  CJE
Chinese Odyssey Part Three: The End, A 17,300,000 17,300,000  –  35,800,000  35,800,000  –  MUL  2
Blair Witch 14,550,000  4,900,000  9,650,000  14,550,000  4,900,000  9,650,000  LGF  28  LGF
Don’t Breathe 12,800,000  7,200,000  5,600,000  107,028,781  31,700,000  75,328,781  SNY  34  SNY
Ben-Hur 11,525,000 11,300,000  225,000  80,934,819  54,900,000  26,034,819  PAR  48  PAR
Secret Life Of Pets, The 10,794,010  9,600,000  1,194,010  804,950,370  441,600,000  363,350,370  UNI  61  UNI
Suicide Squad 10,510,000  5,800,000  4,710,000  718,882,332  405,100,000  313,782,332  WB  63  WB
S Storm  9,800,000  9,800,000  –  17,500,000  17,500,000  –  MUL  6  ASIA
Snowden  8,743,329  720,000  8,023,329  8,743,329  720,000  8,023,329  MUL  9  OPRD
Finding Dory  8,617,000  8,300,000  317,000  961,056,392  477,100,000  483,956,392  DIS  15  DIS
Star Trek Beyond  7,620,000  7,000,000  620,000  333,153,686  175,600,000  157,553,686  PAR  31  PAR
Pete’s Dragon  7,241,000  5,200,000  2,041,000  113,005,525  40,200,000  72,805,525  DIS  32  DIS
Soulmate  6,200,000  6,200,000  –  10,300,000  10,300,000  – MULTICN  1  CCF
Cock And Bull  5,935,000  5,900,000  35,000  11,235,000  11,200,000  35,000  MUL  4 CHALION
When The Bough Breaks  5,525,000  –  5,525,000  22,697,732  –  22,697,732  SNY  1  SNY
War Dogs  4,625,000  3,600,000  1,025,000  72,675,185  31,000,000  41,675,185  WB  49  WB
No Manches Frida  4,150,000  2,900,000  1,250,000  12,054,109  2,900,000  9,154,109 VIDEOC  2  LGF
Nine Lives  3,900,000  3,900,000  –  43,787,062  24,600,000  19,187,062  MUL  28  EURCP
Kubo And The Two Strings  3,809,000  1,300,000  2,509,000  54,640,974  10,400,000  44,240,974  UNI  27  FOC
Mechanic: Resurrection  3,800,000  2,950,000  850,000  49,390,569  29,200,000  20,190,569  MUL  32  LGF
Bad Moms  3,489,000  1,700,000  1,789,000  157,933,928  47,900,000  110,033,928  STX  55  STX
Sausage Party  3,325,000  2,100,000  1,225,000  119,559,861  24,200,000  95,359,861  SNY  28  SNY
Wild Life, The  3,250,000  600,000  2,650,000  11,014,269  4,350,000  6,664,269  MUL  5  LGF
Map Against The World, The  3,200,000  3,200,000  –  5,416,487  5,400,000  16,487  CJE  1  CJE
Jason Bourne  2,987,865  1,900,000  1,087,865  395,797,780  235,400,000  160,397,780  UNI  42  UNI
Purge: Election Year, The  2,800,000  2,800,000  –  113,342,440  34,300,000  79,042,440  UNI  13  UNI
Hell Or High Water  2,710,000  785,000  1,925,000  25,645,531  2,920,000  22,725,531  MUL  4  LGF
Ice Age: Collision Course  2,530,000  2,300,000  230,000  402,655,336  339,200,000  63,455,336  FOX  20  FOX
*Territory is a movie studio term for regions of the world consisting of various countries.

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