'Mission: Impossible' is still going strong in wild 'Fallout'

Governance       ‘Mission Impossible’ drops Kashmir but retains strategically important Nubra Valley
       
       	        Manisha Mondal         3 August 2018

Governance ‘Mission Impossible’ drops Kashmir but retains strategically important Nubra Valley Manisha Mondal 3 August 2018

"Mission: Impossible - Fallout" generated $35 million from 4,395 locations in its sophomore frame, while Disney's "Christopher Robin" opened at the lower end of forecasts with $25 million from 3,602 screens. Sony's "The Equalizer 2" rounded out the top five, picking up $8.7 million. "Here We Go Again" came in fourth with an estimated 9.09 million dollars in its third weekend.

2,000 fans climbed Pulpit Rock in Norway, a 2,000-foot cliff, for an outdoor viewing of "Mission: Impossible - Fallout" Wednesday night. They banned the movie from Disney to be allowed in Chinese theaters. That would help push the final box office total for Fallout somewhere between $215-220 million. "Christopher Robin" also represents an improvement from Disney's previous attempt at big-screen glory for the befuddled bear: "Winnie the Pooh" only took in $27 million over its entire run in 2011. That film gave the series its best villain to date, which is the reason it is probably still my favorite, although "Fallout" comes really close.

In Australia the business was also buoyed by the U.S. drama The Wife and Korean action-fantasy Along with the Gods: The Last 49 Days, while Spanish drama Summer 1993 opened respectably on limited screens. The film has made over $300 million worldwide in two weeks of release, including a healthy Rs 67 crore in India, enough for it to stay at the number one position at the local and foreign box office for two weeks.

"Incredibles 2", $5 million ($19 million international).

"Hotel Transylvania 3", $18 million.

"Hello Mr. Billionaire", $64.5 million. There, we meet characters who are enduring symbols of the power and warmth of childhood whimsy-and also, in a handful of places, criticism of an oligarchical, semi-tyrannical government. The action adventure starring Dwayne Johnson, Neve Campbell and Chin Han has taken a fair $7.1 million.

Around 2,000 fans made it to the mountaintop after a two-hour-long hike to get the awesome view and watch the sixth movie in the franchise.

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