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Tomb Raider (2018) Full Movie
Tomb Raider (2018) Info
Release Date: 2018-03-14
|Original title||:||Tomb Raider|
|Directed by||:||Roar Uthaug|
|Written by||:||Geneva Robertson-Dworet, Alastair Siddons|
|Starring||:||Alexandre Willaume-Jantzen, Alicia Vikander, Antonio Aakeel, Daniel Wu, Dominic West, Duncan Airlie James, Emily Carey, Hannah John-Kamen, Keenan Arrison, Kristin Scott Thomas, Maisy De Freitas, Michael Obiora, Milton Schorr, Nick Frost, Sarah Sayuri Hare, Walton Goggins|
|Production company||:||Square Enix, Eidos Interactive, GK Films, Warner Bros., Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer|
|Distributed by||:||United States of America|
|Translations||:||English, Español, Deutsch, Український, svenska, Français, Norsk, Polski, Italiano, Dansk, Português, Türkçe, Pусский, עִבְרִית, ελληνικά, Română, български език, 普通话, Magyar, 한국어/조선말, Nederlands, Slovenčina, Português|
Exclusive Interviews – Director Roar Uthaug and producer Graham King talk Tomb Raider and video game movies.
Ahead of its release this coming week, Flickering Myth’s Jack Gracie got a chance to speak with Roar Uthaug and Graham King, director and producer of the latest big screen adaptation of the classic video game series Tomb Raider Full Movie, starring Alicia Vikander as the iconic adventurer Lara Croft.
We discuss how the story for the film was compiled from multiple games, the inherent difficulties that come from bringing video games to the screen, and how the less-than-positive reception to Assassin’s Creed affected the production.
Black Panther full movie added an estimated $141.1m globally to reach $1.078bn over the weekend, of which a solid $66.5m came from China for the fourth highest debut by a Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) title and 53% market share.
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The film crossed $1bn on Saturdayand over the Friday-Sunday session added $100m for $516.6m internationally and $41.1m in North America for $562m.
Black Panther held firm at number one in a number of markets, among them the UK, where it has reached $55.8m and finally relinquished its crown as the lead market to China. A table-topping hold in Australia resulted in a $25.7m running total.
Elsewhere, the superhero smash has generated $42.4m in South Korea (where a significant part of the story takes place), $29.6m in Brazil, $25.2m in France, $24.6m in Mexico, $17.6m in Germany, $17m in Russia, $12.3m in Taiwan, $12.1m in Indonesia, $9.7m in Malaysia, $9.6m in India, $9.2m in the Philippines, and $8.9m in Japan.
Overall, Black Panther earned $11m over the weekend led by a $7.3m launch in China that delivered the best March opening weekend in the territory. The IMAX running total stands at $78m, of which $46m comes from North America.
A Wrinkle In Time full movie opened day-and-date with North America on $6.3m from six territories, launching in Russia at number two on $1.4m over the Women’s Day Holiday. Spain produced $1m, and Ukraine $500,000. The film debuts in France on Wednesday (March 14), followed by the UK on March 23, and Australia, Mexico, Italy and Brazil on March 29. Germany receives the film on April 5.