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https://www.screendaily.com/box-office/star-wars-the-rise-of-skywalker-soars-to-725m-at-global-box-office/5145877.article

 

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After it launched in the UK last weekend day-and-date with North America, Cats crept into a total of 38 territories, earning $13.6m over the holiday weekend to bring the early tally to $20.6m. Including North America, Tom Hooper’s all-star musical adaptation, which has earned withering reviews in some quarters, climbed to $38.4m at the worldwide ox office.

 

Key drivers from the new markets were South Korea in fifth place on $5m, Australia in fourth on $1.2m, Germany in seventh on $1m, Mexico in sixth on $690,000, and Spain in ninth on $468,000. Cats added $2.5m in the UK to climb to $9.4m, ranking fifth after two weekends.

 

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Cats has crept to $57.1m worldwide in the wake of a $6.9m weekend that saw international box office lift itself up by $4.3m to $32.4m, and North America by $2.6m, for $24.7m. Russia was the top new market on $490,000 at number 10, while the UK was the lead holdover on a decent $1.5m for $16.3m after three weekends. Next is Australia on $2.2m after two, and Germany on $1.8m after two. 

 

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Cats, the embattled Broadway adaptation from Working Title and Amblin Entertainment that Tom Hooper directed, added $1.6m for a $33.1m running total, and $59.5m worldwide. It opened in nine markets and the highlight was a $200,000 bow in Philippines, while the UK delivered $566,000 for $14.6m after four weekends.

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1 hour ago, Purple Minion said:

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Cats, the embattled Broadway adaptation from Working Title and Amblin Entertainment that Tom Hooper directed, added $1.6m for a $33.1m running total, and $59.5m worldwide. It opened in nine markets and the highlight was a $200,000 bow in Philippines, while the UK delivered $566,000 for $14.6m after four weekends.

The numbers dont make much sense, Uk was at 16,3m after 3rd weekend, now its at 14,6m after four? How did they overestimate by a whole week gross?

 

It would explain why the other numbers are also extremely unlikely. It had an 4,3m international weekend and then made international 800k in the whole week? Even ignoring the 9 new markets, there seem to be some updates missing.

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On 1/13/2020 at 2:14 AM, Krissykins said:

BOM had its international total at $29.3m last week while The-Numbers and Screen Daily had $32.4m. 


They've both adjusted their numbers now, so the BOM number was correct. 
 

I don’t know where Screen Daily got nine markets from, I see only two. 

Most likely 9 markets it's left in with 2 being larger ones they give specific numbers for.

 

According to Com score/Rentrak, Cats had opened in 51 markets as of the Jan 5th w/e. According to IMDB major markets left are Sweden (this w/e). Japan (next) and Italy (Feb)

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3 hours ago, Purple Minion said:

The Numbers have these figures but have no idea how up-to-date they are:

Cats (2019)

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $26,781,835 Details
International Box Office $34,908,181 Details
Worldwide Box Office $61,690,016  

I noticed that $34.9m but BOM hasn’t updated their international number from last weekend. It seems... optimistic. 

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