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‘Inferno’ Ignites With $50M Offshore; ‘Miss Peregrine’ Tops $130M – Intl Box Office

Refresh for latest… The big addition to international markets this weekend was Sony's Inferno with a $50M start in 53 markets. The Ron Howard-helmed threequel adapted from Dan Brown's 2013 book bowed to No. 1 in 45 and is the top movie worldwide this frame. Sony says Inferno is currently tracking 8% above Jason Bourne which it’s comping in the same group of markets at current exchange rates.
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