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27th August 2020
As the global box office starts to recover figures are still limited to the studios willing to share them, but with the Chinese box office seemingly doing well The Eight Hundred is the top film of the weekend.
There are no new releases this week as the world waits the the saviour of cinema Tenet to be released next weekend but catalogue films once again do well.
With the starts of the revitalised box office in the UK and some new releases in the US, like Bill And Ted Face The Music, next weeks chart could be a lot different.
Here is the top 5 worldwide box office movies 21st - 23rd August 2020.
Having been released in the Chinese market now for a couple of weeks the action adventure movie from director Hu Guan takes $8.2 Million over the weekend and is the countries top movie.
The movie has now taken $116 Million in its native terretory with a release in other countries still to come.
The Derrick Borte directed movie is at number 2 and takes $4.7 Million over the weekend from multiple territories for a $13.6 Million total after 4 weeks of release.
The movie in the top film this weekend in Australia, United Kingdom and United States.
The Pixar movie would have been a massive hot for the CGI studio had it not been for the pandemic, but still 24 weeks on the movie is still on the global box office.
This weekend the movie is at number 3 and takes $4.5 Million taking its total to $116.9 Million.
The movie is number 1 in Italy this weekend.
The first harry Potter movie falls to number 4 this weekend after its 'debut' at the top last weekend with $4.1 Million.
The movie has taken just over a Billion dollars since its release, 19 years ago!
This Japanese love story is the top film in its native country this week and sits at number 5 on the global box office with $2.2 MIllion.
The movie has taken $3.5 Million in total.