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RESIDENT EVIL: THE FINAL CHAPTER | 285.4 M overseas ● 312.2 M worldwide

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Also of note, Sony opened Resident Evil: The Final Chapter in Japan, well ahead of the rest of the world, and grabbed the No. 1 slot with $9.65M for the four-day on 786 screens. That bests the recent start of Rogue One and is the highest-ever debut for a Resident Evil movie in Japan (+112% over Retribution/+110% over Afterlife). The franchise typically overindexes there, particularly thanks to Japan being the IP’s provenance. This is the top market on each of the previous installments. Further rollout begins January 25 in Korea.

 

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Resident Evil: The Final Chapter retained top spot in Japan for the third straight week as it dropped only 8% for $2.4m and a terrific $27.3m. The film expands to the rest of the world from the end of January.

 

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As its terrific run in Japan winds down, Resident Evil: The Final Chapter took $2.2m from its two markets for $35.1m.

The horror sequel posted a chart-topping $1.3m from 350 screens in Malaysia and bit into a further $940k in Japan for $33.8m. It begins its wider roll-out next weekend in Asia and Latin America.

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Its latest outing, Resident Evil: The Final Chapter was the number one Hollywood film at the overseas box office this weekend with $28.3m from its 44 markets, including $2.9m from Constantin Film markets, for $64.5m to date.

Highlights of its 42 new debuts were South Korea ($3m) and number one openings in the likes of Taiwan ($2.3m), Indonesia ($2.1m) and Thailand ($1.2m), as well as nine chart-topping bows in Latin America including Mexico ($3.4m) and Brazil ($2.5m).

From its 495 IMAX locations worldwide, the horror sequel grossed $3.2m. It opens in Spain and the UK on February 3.

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15 minutes ago, Krissykins said:

How can Resident Evil get released in China?

 

What about the Supernatural ban? Or can they get round this with it's a virus

 

 

Well, there's nothing supernatural in Resident Evil. Yep, it's a virus. :)

 

If Doctor Strange managed to get released in China, I don't know why Resident Evil can't.

 

 

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