Box Office Estimates for the Weekend of August 26

By  USDR.

comScore yesterday announced the official worldwide weekend box office estimates for the weekend of August 28, 2016, as compiled by the company’s theatrical measurement  services.

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comScore’s Senior Media Analyst Paul Dergarabedian commented, “The box office is ‘Bourne’ again in China as Universal’s ‘Jason Bourne’ is the No. 1 film there this week and by virtue of this performance is pushed to the number one spot globally with$62 million over the weekend.  Having opened in China on Tuesday, the box office through Sunday is an impressive $50 millionand has already passed the lifetime box office of all the Bourne films in this all-important movie going  territory.”

The top 12 worldwide weekend box office estimates, listed in descending order, per data collected as of Sunday, August 28, are  below.

1. Jason Bourne – Universal –  $62.0M
2. Ice Age: Collision Course – 20th Century Fox –  $50.5M
3. Suicide Squad – Warner Bros. –  $31.7M
4. Secret Life Of Pets, The – Universal –  $28.4M
5. Don’t Breathe – Sony –  $28.0M
6. Mechanic: Resurrection – Multiple –  $13.6M
7. War Dogs – Warner Bros. –  $12.6M
8. Bad Moms – STX Entertainment –  $12.1M
9. Ben-Hur – Paramount Pictures –  $10.8M
10. Pete’s Dragon – Disney –  $10.8M
11. Lights Out – Warner Bros. –  $10.3M
12. Kubo And The Two Strings – Universal –  $9.4M

The top 12 domestic weekend box office estimates, listed in descending order, per data collected as of Sunday, August 28, are  below.

1. Don’t Breathe – Sony –  $26.1M
2. Suicide Squad – Warner Bros. –  $12.1M
3. Kubo And The Two Strings – Focus Features –  $7.9M
4. Sausage Party – Sony –  $7.7M
5. Mechanic: Resurrection – Lionsgate –  $7.5M
6. Pete’s Dragon – Disney –  $7.3M
7. War Dogs – Warner Bros. –  $7.3M
8. Bad Moms – STX Entertainment –  $5.8M
9. Jason Bourne – Universal –  $5.2M
10. Ben-Hur – Paramount –  $4.5M
11. Secret Life Of Pets, The – Universal –  $3.8M
12. Hell Or High Water – Lionsgate –  $3.7M

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

Jason Bourne

62,029,490

56,800,000

5,229,490

347,856,725

198,500,000

149,356,725

 UNI

63

 UNI

Ice Age: Collision Course

50,480,000

50,000,000

480,000

367,686,729

306,000,000

61,686,729

 FOX

38

 FOX

Suicide Squad

31,710,000

19,600,000

12,110,000

635,982,627

353,100,000

282,882,627

 WB

66

 WB

Secret Life Of Pets, The

28,359,810

24,600,000

3,759,810

724,420,815

371,200,000

353,220,815

 UNI

58

 UNI

Don’t Breathe

28,015,000

1,900,000

26,115,000

28,015,000

1,900,000

26,115,000

 SNY

8

 SNY

Mechanic: Resurrection

13,600,000

6,100,000

7,500,000

13,650,000

6,150,000

7,500,000

 MUL

25

 LGF

War Dogs

12,555,000

5,300,000

7,255,000

42,657,687

14,900,000

27,757,687

 WB

42

 WB

Bad Moms

12,060,000

6,300,000

5,760,000

124,153,235

28,700,000

95,453,235

 STX

47

 STX

Ben-Hur

10,830,000

6,300,000

4,530,000

41,352,877

21,800,000

19,552,877

 PAR

36

 PAR

Pete’s Dragon

10,782,000

3,500,000

7,282,000

76,215,378

21,500,000

54,715,378

 DIS

24

 DIS

Lights Out

10,300,000

9,600,000

700,000

125,698,451

60,200,000

65,498,451

 WB

56

 WB

Kubo And The Two Strings

9,409,000

1,500,000

7,909,000

27,620,378

2,700,000

24,920,378

 UNI

16

 FOC

Sausage Party

9,265,000

1,600,000

7,665,000

88,708,510

8,700,000

80,008,510

 SNY

17

 SNY

Star Trek Beyond

6,940,000

4,700,000

2,240,000

242,970,049

92,100,000

150,870,049

 PAR

52

 PAR

Finding Dory

6,734,000

6,100,000

634,000

929,102,645

449,500,000

479,602,645

 DIS

20

 DIS

Shallows, The

6,100,000

6,100,000

93,021,429

38,500,000

54,521,429

 SNY

59

 SNY

Tunnel

5,880,465

5,700,000

180,465

44,680,465

44,500,000

180,465

 MUL

4

 WGUI

Ghostbusters

5,150,000

4,600,000

550,000

217,452,621

92,500,000

124,952,621

 SNY

66

 SNY

Line Walker

4,800,000

4,800,000

84,200,000

84,200,000

 MUL

6

Hell Or High Water

3,725,000

3,725,000

8,564,099

8,564,099

1

 LGF

Nerve

3,645,000

3,100,000

545,000

47,623,294

10,800,000

36,823,294

 LGF

33

 LGF

Train To Busan

3,400,000

3,400,000

87,989,300

86,400,000

1,589,300

 MUL

6

 WGUI

Southside With You

3,060,065

3,060,065

3,060,065

3,060,065

1

 RdAtt

Florence Foster Jenkins

3,000,000

3,000,000

36,853,295

17,000,000

19,853,295

 MUL

1

 PAR

BFG, The

2,891,000

2,600,000

291,000

146,446,619

92,150,000

54,296,619

 MUL

43

 DIS

Purge: Election Year, The

2,500,000

2,500,000

105,642,440

26,600,000

79,042,440

 UNI

16

 UNI

Time Raiders

2,100,000

2,100,000

141,800,000

141,800,000

 MUL

4

Last Princess, The

2,000,000

2,000,000

36,800,000

36,800,000

 LOTTE

1

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out Of The

1,841,000

1,800,000

41,000

242,484,402

160,500,000

81,984,402

 PAR

8

 PAR

Hands Of Stone

1,734,000

1,734,000

1,734,000

1,734,000

1

 TWC

Jungle Book, The

1,571,000

1,300,000

271,000

959,845,049

596,300,000

363,545,049

 DIS

2

 DIS

*Territory is a movie studio term for regions of the world consisting of various countries.

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