From Pixar’s latest tear-jerker to Thomas Vinterberg’s reunification with Mads Mikkelsen, this strange LFF had a lot to offer.
Whilst ‘Tenet’ struggles with New York and L.A. still being closed stateside, the espionage thriller is doing great business internationally
Slow and steady wins the race, right? ‘TENET’ took another $44M this weekend, racing past $200M globally and $50M in China.
After all the shenanigans, ‘Mulan’ is bombing with just $20M in its opening bow in China. Meanwhile, ‘TENET’ chugs along nicely with $50M so far.
Two days ago, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced major changes to how they judge films for the Academy Awards under their new “representation standards”, which all in all will decide whether or not a certain film has the necessary credentials to compete for the Best Picture Oscar. The objective of these…
With bows of $20M and $30M in the USA and China, ‘TENET’ is well and truly underway with $147M after ten days of release.
Paul Thomas Anderson’s follow-up to the 2017’s ‘Phantom Thread’ was one of the first productions to get underway after the global lockdown due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, having started shooting a few weeks ago, with the news of Bradley Cooper signing on broken a little less than a month ago. However now it has been…
‘TENET’ opens this weekend in the US, China and Russia, hoping to collect $80M from the trio this weekend alone.
Between ‘TENET’, ‘Wonder Woman 1984’, ‘No Time To Die’ and ‘Dune’, it seems that exhibitors will have a minimum of a blockbuster a month.