‘Mission: Impossible’ bests Winnie-the-Pooh at box office

Gerald Bowen
August 6, 2018

But with the summer movie season winding down, Paramount is taking full advantage of Tom Cruise's star power.

Despite its fantastical plot, "Fallout" relies on reality - real stunts filmed in real locations - which provides a thrill that superheroes in computer-generated worlds can not, analysts said.

Fallout easily crushed its competition, Christopher Robin.

"Christopher Robin" (Disney) was second.

On the other hand, The Fate Of The Furious, is an action movie that does much better with the millennial generation, which makes a little more sense, considering The Fast And The Furious franchise began in the early 2000's.

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Christopher Robin is released in United Kingdom cinemas on August 17. Chinese authorities, per usual, did not give a reason.

The memes in China first surfaced in 2013 during Mr Xi's visit with then-US president Barack Obama, when an image of Winnie the Poosh walking with friend Tigger was set alongside the two heads of state together.

The sixth instalment of the Tom Cruise spy series remains No. 1 at the box office, pocketing US$124 million in North America to date. Among the six biggest film studios, Disney now ranks No. 1 in terms of domestic market share for 2018, with 35 percent.

Disney's latest assault on our collective heartstrings Christopher Robin opens in theaters this weekend, reacquainting audiences around the world with A.A. Milne and his beloved Hundred Acre Woods. Fox's young-adult dystopian thriller "The Darkest Minds" (19 percent "fresh" on Rotten Tomatoes) opened with $5.7 million on 3,127 screens. Its take was $8.8 million in its third week out.

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