'Mission: Impossible - Fallout' nabs franchise-best opening

Box Office- Mission Impossible- Fallout has a very good weekend

Mission Impossible – Fallout Box Office Day 3 Has A Very Good Weekend

The film, which cost $178 million to produce, received excellent reviews from critics, and moviegoers gave it an A CinemaScore.

Tom Cruise's Mission Impossible Fallout is off to a great start at the Indian box office.

Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation had collected 26.90 crore in its opening weekend and that number would be surpassed by the time the morning shows are through today. Overseas, in about 40 percent of the foreign marketplace, Fallout will add an estimated $92 million this weekend. The film now has a 98% rating on Rotten Tomatoes and also an A from CinemaScore polls, making it the highest rated movie in the franchise's history, meaning that it's likely the movie will get word-of-mouth promotion. McQuarrie has said they wanted a "more politically complex" world for the new Mission: Impossible, and that is how Kashmir found a place in the narrative.

Other than Cruise, it also stars Henry Cavill, Ving Rhames, Simon Pegg, Rebecca Ferguson, Sean Harris, Angela Bassett, Vanessa Kirby, Wes Bentley, Frederick Schmidt with Michelle Monaghan and Alec Baldwin.

Fellow new offering, Warner Bros.' "Teen Titans Go!". It took in US$14 million. "To the Movies", $10.5 million ($1 million international). The Denzel Washington-starrer has earned $54 million domestically since its debut, and outstripped its predecessor in its opening weekend by $2 million. It bows next in the United Kingdom, followed by Germany and Mexico.

Animated threequel "Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation" is hoping to bring in another $12.4 million in its third frame, which would bring its domestic total to around $119 million.

Should predictions hold, Paramount's sixth installment of the franchise will finish on the upper end of recent forecasts, which ranged from $50 million to $65 million at 4,386 sites.

Another animated title, Disney-Pixar's "Incredibles 2", is nearing $1 billion globally.

Three holdovers round out the top five: Universal's musical sequel Mamma Mia!

Sony's "The Equalizer" - the first sequel of Denzel Washington's career - took in $1.9 million from 11 territories for an global tally of $6.1 million.

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