China has banned the new Disney flick "Christopher Robin" - apparently because President Xi Jinping is furious at the string of memes comparing him to Winnie the Pooh.
The action adventure co-starring Alec Baldwin, Simon Pegg, Ving Rhames, Henry Cavill, Rebecca Ferguson and Michelle Monaghan fetched an estimated $US35 million in the United States, easily beating Disney's Christopher Robin, which opened with $US25 million.
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Starring Tom Cruise, "Fallout" (Paramount) has now taken in $124.5 million in the United States and Canada and about $330 million worldwide, according to comScore, which compiles box-office data. Reports suggest it has made over $430 million in revenue since its release. With his latest release, Mission: Impossible- Fallout, Cruise continued his daredevilry jumping off a building, piloting a helicopter and even performing a HALO jump.
"Christopher Robin" received a positive review with a strong "A" rating from moviegoers on CinemaScore.
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With a more recognisable IP and Ewan McGregor as its main star (no disrespect, Pooh Bear), "Robin" performed better its opening weekend than the $US21.5 million take that "Dragon" had. McQuarrie is the first director to helm two films in the franchise. The documentary, now has a 0% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, is the lowest wide release to date for the right-wing conservative filmmaker.
A pair of Sony (NYSE:SNE) films, The Equalizer 2 and Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation, placed #5 and 6, respectively, with $8.8-M and $8.2-M domestically. The stoner comedy, which debuted at the Sundance Film Festival, stars Mia Mitchell, Camila Morrone and "Saturday Night Live's" Kyle Mooney. In three weeks, the Denzel Washington-led sequel has earned $79 million.
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These distances safeguard both visitors and the experience of sharing a landscape with thousands of freely-roaming animals . The incident happened as the bison was crossing a road in the park Tuesday. "Oh my God, no no no no." a woman says.