‘Super Mario Bros. Movie’ Hits $659M Worldwide Box Office Through Sunday – Deadline

After passing $500M worldwide through Thursday, Illumination/Nintendo/Universal’s Super Mario Bros. Movie Now on estimated track $659M Worldwide through Sunday. In it, it has been rated as an international box office representative $318.6M.

By Friday, The Brothers There are $268.9M 71 from overseas markets and $551.9M Universal. A full weekend of coastal areas is under scrutiny $82.6M An estimated 37% drop from last session’s stellar debut. As we reported yesterday, the film is already the biggest studio release of 2023.

Also, it has been the worldwide no. 2 animated film, behind only Illumination/Universal. Minions: The Rise of Gru. The same goes for yet-to-be-released internationals in the Middle East, Korea, and Japan.

The Aaron Horvath/Michael Jelinek-directed adaptation became Universal’s sixth-biggest animated title as of Sunday; passes through sing ($634.9M). With Friday’s action, it surpassed Despicable Me ($543.9M).

In foreign theaters, the Chris Pratt/Charlie Day/Anya Taylor-Joy/Seth Rogen/Jack Black-starrer is the No. 1 release of 2023 in 25 markets including Australia, Germany, Italy, Mexico, Netherlands, Spain and UK & Ireland. . It is the top studio animation/family title since 2019 in four markets: Mexico, Central America, Ecuador and Venezuela.

In Mexico, Super Mario The No. 1 movie of the year and now the third highest-grossing studio animation (again, at current prices). has overtaken Rise of the Gru And Toy Story 3. The Friday-to-Friday local cume stands at $43.4M, a full weekend drop of 46% versus the opening frame.

In England & Ireland, Super Mario It’s the biggest film of the year with $38.6 million from Friday. Yesterday took in $3.6M, the biggest second Friday ever for an animated title. The sophomore session sees a 20% decline from last weekend’s debut.

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Germany Reached $26.9M (highest year-to-date), Australia $16.5M and, again, 2023’s biggest release. MarioThursday rose 27% and Friday’s catch was one of the strongest in the market. France Admissions were down just 14% from opening for a cume of $16.4M through Friday.

Full international box office announcement coming tomorrow…

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