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Men in Black International snagged first place at the domestic box office last weekend, opening right around where tracking had it pegged at $30 million.Mon, 24th June 2019Men in Black: International review – a sorry sequel The Guardian
It's not that it's terrible exactly, but this latest instalment of the long-dormant intergalactic-secret *service* movie series is cripplingly timid in its approach.Sun, 16th June 2019Men in Black: International and Shaft show the limits of modern film franchises The Verge
The problem used to be cheap sequels and diminishing returns. Now it's diminishing star power and shifting focus, which often isn't enough to keep audiences ...Fri, 21st June 2019Men in Black: International review – a galactically gormless fall to earth The Guardian
This latest outing for the government agents tasked with policing pesky space invaders is a charmless and pointless affair.Wed, 12th June 2019Men In Black International film review: An unforgivably unfunny reboot The Lincolnite
Apparently Disney's insistence on making mediocre reboots is infectious. Columbia & Sony Pictures have released yet another Men in Black, ignoring the tepid ...Wed, 19th June 2019
A new Pixar film is a big event and a new Toy Story film is an even bigger event, and the new sequel hits the top of the US box office with ease on its debut weekend.
The animated feature takes in $118 Million over the weekend, including previews, and hits the number 1 spot easily and although it takes more money than its predecessor the film had less audience.
Still this is good for the sequel to the original Pixar film and it should go on to be one of the top grossing animation in the US ever.
The horror movie remake was never going to compete with Toy Story 4 and comes in at number 2 this week with a debut gross od $14 Million.
The Disney live action movie is still holding on to a position on the top 5 and this week takes $12.2 Million.
This puts the films total US gross at $287.5 Million after 5 weeks of release.
The new Men In Black movie falls to number 4 this week from the top with a second weekend gross of $10.7 Million pushing its total to $52.6 Million.
This is not good news for the franchise and it will end up the lowest grossing film in the series.
At number 5 this week is the animated secret pets film which takes $10.3 Million on its 3rd weekend for a $117.5 Million gross.
After 9 weeks of release the Marvel movie has a total gross of $834.5 Million and is at number 13 this week.
As expected with the release of a new Pixar movie, Toy Story 4 stormed the global box office and enters the chart at the top grossing more than the rest of the box office combined.
This is the fourth film in the critically acclaimed Toy Story series from Pixar, and the film more than comfortably makes its debut at the top of the global box office.
Released in 38 countries the film makes its global debut with a gross of $238 Million.
The Disney live action films is still pulling in audiences globally and this week takes $45.1 Million from 56 countries.
The film has now taken an excellent $810.1 Million after 5 weeks of release.
After making its debut at the top of the global box office last weekend the fourth Men In Black film falls to 3 this week with $40.9 million from 66 countries.
This takes the films total global gross to $182 Million on its second weekend of release.
Studio Ghibli's 2001 film finally gets a release in China and takes $28.7 Million on its debut weekend of release and is at number 4 on the global box office.
This is 18 years after the films initial release and this gross puts the films total global gross to $277.2 Million.
Five weeks on and the animated comedy falls to number 5 with $21 Million from 43 countries for a total gross of $194.6 Million.
The BBFC have given Men In Black: International a 12A age rating for moderate violence, threat, sex references, language.
Starring Tessa Thompson and Chris Hemsworth, who also starred in Thor: Ragnarok together, this is a reboot of the Men In Black series starring Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones.
The last movie from that series was Men In Black 3 which got a tepid reaction on release in 2012 but still took £22 million in the UK, $625 million globally.
The BBFC have given the film a 12A rating in the UK and the film has an official runtime of 115 minutes (1 hour 45 minutes).
MEN IN BLACK: INTERNATIONAL (12A) moderate violence, threat, sex references, language https://t.co/XFPaQ9CfvT— BBFC (@BBFC) June 4, 2019
Men In Black: International ison the UK box office this week.
UK BBFC Certificate: 12A
Popular in: United Kingdom and United States
Highest chart position: 2
Weeks on box office: 2