“Garfield – The Movie” tops the worldwide box office charts with 41 million dollars and displaces “Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga” from the top spot

Worldwide Box Office May 31-June 2

rank Film (distribution) 3 days (World) Cume (World) 3 days (international) Cume (intl) Areas
1. The Garfield Movie (Sony) 41 million dollars USD 152.1 million 27 million dollars USD 100.6 million 61
2. Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga (Warner Bros) 31.7 million USD 114.3 million USD 21 million dollars USD 64.7 million 78
3. Planet of the Apes: Kingdom of the Planet (Disney) 24 million dollars 337 million US dollars 15.2 million USD USD 197.1 million 52
4. IF (Disney) 21.8 million USD 138 million US dollars 11 million dollars USD 57.6 million 70
5. Doraemon The Movie: Nobita's Earth (Toho) 12.2 million USD 40.5 million USD 12.2 million USD 40.5 million USD 1
6. Symphony Haikyu!! The Dumpster Battle (different) 9 million dollars 95 million dollars 5.5 million USD USD 91.5 million 44
7. The little extra (Pan distribution) 8 million dollars USD 49.1 million 8 million dollars USD 49.1 million 1
8th. A Colt for all occasions (Universal) 7.6 million USD USD 157.8 million 3.4 million USD USD 77.6 million 82
9. The Strangers: Chapter 1 (different) 5.1 million USD 34.7 million USD 1.5 million USD 6.4 million USD 38
10. Dawn of the Warriors: Walled in (different) 4.4 million USD 105.5 million USD 4.4 million USD 105.5 million USD 8th

Source: Comscore. All figures are estimates.

Premieres in China, Australia and Poland boost “Garfield – The Movie”

The launch in initial markets began on May 1, the fifth week of the worldwide release of Columbia Pictures/Alcon Entertainment’s The Garfield Movie The film tops the box office charts worldwide for the first time.

Releases in China, Poland, Australia and Indonesia helped the film gross an estimated $41.0 million worldwide – the highest weekend total for a Sony release to date. The estimate is $27.0 million for international markets and $14.0 million for the North American domestic market. Totals to date are $100.6 million for international markets, $51.6 million for North America and $152.2 million for the worldwide market.

The Garfield Movie landed in China on Saturday, June 1, grossing an estimated $8.2 million in two days via China Film Group and Alibaba Pictures.

In Poland, the estimated opening was $2.4 million, while in Australia and Indonesia, weekend estimates were $2.0 million and $700,000, respectively.

In markets where the box office has been held so far, box office revenue increased 131% to an estimated $2.1 million. The Garfield Movie In its fourth weekend of release, the film topped the box office charts and grossed $7.6 million. In the UK and Ireland, where most schools are currently finishing a week-long holiday, box office figures fell by almost 8%, with a total of $8.1 million after 10 days (plus previews).

Mexico remains the leading international market with $19.0 million after five weeks of play. The next major markets are France (July 31) and Japan (August 16).

The Garfield Movie is now 75% on its way to reaching the $203.2 million worldwide live-action comedy total Garfield – The Movie in 2004 – however, this comparison is not adjusted for inflation.

International record holds while “Furiosa” crashes in North America

Warner Bros' Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga suffered a major slump at the North American box office in its second session, dropping 59% to an estimated $10.8 million, and plummeted from first to third place on the national charts, below both The Garfield Movie And IF.

George Miller's film fared better in international markets, dropping 38% in the markets where he produced the films over the years, and taking an estimated $21.0 million over the weekend. Totals so far are $49.7 million in North America, $64.7 million internationally and $114.4 million worldwide.

South Korea recorded a relatively small decline of 30%. Furious Staying at the top – facing the challenge of local new releases The plot landed in second place with estimated earnings of $3.0 million, bringing the total to $8.2 million. Among the other markets that maintained earnings, France came in with an estimated $1.7 million, ahead of Australia ($1.5 million) and the UK/Ireland ($1.3 million). The cumulative totals in these three markets are $4.9 million, $4.4 million and $5.8 million, respectively. Other top markets so far include Mexico ($4.5 million), Brazil ($3.0 million) and Germany ($2.9 million).

The film's total worldwide box office gross to date on Imax is $18.0 million, more than 16% of the film's total box office gross at all theaters.

Furious chasing the $379.4 million achieved worldwide by Mad Max: Fury Road in 2015. The film is expected to receive another boost this Friday (June 7) when it arrives in China.

The French comedy from Pan Distribution The little extra (also known as A little trick in the plus) continues its run of success in France, earning an estimated $8.05 million in its fifth weekend of play – its highest weekend result to date. The film has topped the French box office charts for five consecutive weeks and has now grossed a whopping $49.1 million.

By the weekend, this debut film by comedian Artus had already attracted 4.6 million visitors in France, making it the biggest hit of 2024, ahead of Dune – Part Two to 4.1 million. Artus' previous roles include French television series The officeand most recently seen on the big screen in BernadetteLéa Domenach's film about Madame Chirac, starring Catherine Deneuve (810,000 admissions in France). Artus directs and co-wrote The little extra and also stars in the comedy about a father and his son who seek refuge from the police at a summer camp for young adults with disabilities – in the roles of a resident and his educator.

Anime “Doraemon” in the top 5 worldwide thanks to release in China

Japanese Anime Doraemon the Movie: Nobita's Earth Symphony lands at number five in the worldwide cinema charts – see below The Garfield Movie, Furious, Planet of the Apes: Kingdom of the Planet And IF – thanks to its arrival in China on Friday (May 31). This latest film based on Fujiko F Fujio's long-running manga series grossed an estimated $12.3 million in China. Total revenue, including Toho's release in Japan, which began March 1, is $40.5 million, according to Comscore.

Previously 3D computer animations Stand By Me Doraemon (2014) and Stand By Me Doraemon 2 According to Box Office Mojo, the film grossed $183.4 million and $65.2 million worldwide, respectively. Nobita's Earth Symphony is the 43rd in the regular series of Doraemon Films that began in 1980 and last Doraemon: Nobita's Heavenly Utopia (2023) gross $37.5 million.

A place below Nobita's Earth Symphony In the worldwide charts for the weekend, the Japanese anime colleague Haikyu!! The Dumpster Battle. Crunchyroll released the film in the U.S. over the weekend, grossing an estimated $3.5 million. In 38 Crunchyroll/Sony markets, including North America, the weekend total was $8.0 million and $9.0 million worldwide. The worldwide total for the Haruichi Furudate manga adaptation is $95.1 million, including Toho's release in Japan, which began in February.