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It was a second weekend at the top for Fast & Furious Presents Hobbs And Shaw with the only challenge coming from Disney's The Lion King, Chinese film Line Walker 2 was the top new film.
The summer action crowd pleaser starring Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham knocks up a second weekend at the global box office with a gross of $86.2 Million from 67 countries.
This puts the films total gross at $322.6 Million after its second weekend of release but there are some big markets still to come like China where The Fast And The Furious movies have always done well.
Disney's live actio movie is at 2 and takes $71.4 Million on its 5th weekend of release from 55 countries which puts its total global gross at an amazing $1.33 Million.
There is some debate of the film qualifies or not but this could be seen as the most successful animated movie of all time.
The Chinese animated movie falls to 3 this week with a weekend gross of $64.4 Million and the film is still only release in a single country.
Amazingly this puts the film total gross at $507.3 Million and is China's 5th highest grossing movie of all time.
Also doing well in the Asian market is fire fighting movie The Bravest which takes $28.8 Million this weekend from 4 markets to push its total global gross to $163.6 Million.
From director Jazz Boon comes sequel movie Line Walker 2 which is the top new entry on the global chart this week with $27.8 Million from 4 markets this weekend taking its total gross to $61.0 Million since release.
The Fast And Furious franchise deviates from the main line of films for an spin off in the shape of Hobbs and Shaw and the films scores a number one global hit on its debut while Chinese animation Ne Zha holds on at number 2 with its single country release.
The Fast & Furious spin off films starring Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham hits the top on its debut weekend with a $180.8 Million global gross from 64 countries.
This is a good debut for the movie but low for what the main series of films has done in recent episodes, still for a new franchise, all be it with built in audience, this is still not bad.
The Chinese animated movie from first time director Yu Yang continues to do well from its single market release as the film takes $122.7 Million over the weekend.
The film now has an incredible total gross of $336.4 Million after 2 weeks of release.
The live action version of animated originals continue to do well as the Jon Favreau movie takes $110.2 Million on its fourth weekend from 54 countries.
This also means that Disney continue to hit the one billion mark with their film as the films total global gross hits $1.2 Billion.
Another Chinese film hits the global box office this week as the second highest new film of the week lands at number 4 with a weekend gross of $53.3 Million from just 4 locations.
Tarantinos new film continues to do well and this week adds another $20 Million to its total gross, surprisingly the film is only released in one country.
This puts the Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt films total global gross at $78.8 Million after 2 weeks of release.