1st November 2021
The 25th Bond movie No Time To Die goes back to the top of the global box office with its release in China where it took just less than a $30 Million debut.
Highest new movie of the weekend is Antlers which makes it debut at number 9 with $6.6 Million from 32 countries.
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GLobal box office top 5 breakdown 29th - 31st October 2021
After topping the global box office a few weeks back the 25th Bond movie gets its release in China where it takes $28 Million on its debut and pushes the movie back to the top.
Across the globe the movie takes $59.7 Million this weekend from 73 countries which is an incredible 25% increase over last weekend.
The movie has now taken an excellent $605.7 Million globally over its 5 weeks of release and is the 5th top movie of 2021.
The sci-fi movie from director Denis Villeneuve fallt to number 2 this weekend after spending a week at the top, the movie takes $36.9 Million on its 7th weekend of release from 76 countries, a 58% drop over last weekend.
This gives the movie a total global gross of $292.1 Million and is the 10th top grossing movie of 2021.
The Spider-Man super villain movie falls to number 3 this weekend with $27.1 Million from 54 countries, a 43% drop.
The movie has now taken $395.8 Million globally over 5 weeks of release and is the 7th top movie of 2021.
The smash hit Chinese movie is at number 4 this weekend and takes $19 Million, a 40% drop over last weekend.
What this movie has achieved is quite incredible, it has been on the global box office for just 5 weeks and has taken $844.9 Million, it is the top movie globally of 2021 and yet it has only had a release in China.
To be fair the Chinese cinema has been open all year, unlike many other high grossing cinema territories like North America, United Kingdom, Australia, and I'm sure has these countries been open all year the likes of Fast and Furious 9, Black Widow and No Time To Die would have made over a Billion dollars, but you still can't take away this movies achievement.
The long running Halloween series had its celebrated day this Sunday and the latest movie holds tight at number 5 this weekend with $16.6 Million from 64 countries, a fairly slim 32% drop over last weekend, the movie has taken $115 Million over its 3 weeks of release.