The latest Turtles flick is nearing $100M grossed globally with a number of major market debuts still to come.
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Meanwhile, ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem’ flopped with its Middle Kingdom debut, making less than $1M over the weekend.
After four weeks, ‘The Boy and the Heron’ is tracking slightly behind Miyazaki’s last film, ‘The Wind Rises.’
Pixar’s latest film continues to find admirers around the globe.
Paramount’s distribution chief says he’s “over the moon” with the movie’s fourth-place launch.
The latest Turtles flick looks to be on its way to a $40M+ opening five days.
This year’s box office has proved unpredictable, but animation is flourishing in the world’s biggest markets.
Defying box office norms, ‘Elemental’ has grossed a greater amount each weekend it has screened in Korea.
‘Chang’An’ is the first from the history-based New Culture series of films being developed at China’s Light Chaser Animation.
‘Ruby Gillman’ has entered the record books, but not for the right reason.
As the audience for animation grows larger than ever, it’s time to recognize that multiple animated films can succeed in theaters at the same time.
Warner Bros.’s cg-heavy superhero epic ‘The Flash’ had a dire opening weekend of its own.
Meanwhile, Hayao Miyazaki’s 1986 classic ‘Castle in the Sky’ has grossed $17.5 million from two weeks in Chinese theaters.
It’s the first $100 million-plus domestic launch for an animated Sony title.
Meanwhile, ‘The Super Mario Bros.’ is just days away from becoming the third-highest-grossing animated film of all time.
Makoto Shinkai’s ‘Suzume’ and Takehiko Inoue’s ‘The First Slam Dunk’ both passed major milestones over the weekend as well.
‘Mario’ is making box office history, but this summer’s frontloaded release schedule could be the real litmus test for theatrical animation distribution.
‘The First Slam Dunk’ finished another week in the global top ten and ‘Suzume’ nears $10 million in the U.S.
‘Mario’ posted a historic third weekend domestically while ‘The First Slam Dunk’ dominated in China.
‘The First Slam Dunk’ topped the Chinese box office on Thursday with a $13.93 million first day.