“Rampage” just narrowly won the domestic box office, but the Dwayne Johnson film is proving to be a force overseas.
Internationally, “Rampage” earned $114.1 million in 61 territories. With a domestic release of $34.5 million, the Warner Bros and New Line video game adaptation has made $148.6 million globally.
“Rampage” had the strongest opening in China, taking in $55 million from 21,500 screens. In the UK and Korea, it made $5.7 million each on 907 and 895 screens, respectively. Other big markets include Mexico ($4.8 million from 2,831 screens), Malaysia ($3.5 million from 590 screens), Indonesia ($3.1 million from 687 screens), and Russia ($3.1 million from 2,668 screens). The next key territories to launch will be France, Germany, and Japan. (RTRS)