Thor: Ragnaork made it’s international debut in the United Kingdom this past Tuesday. While Tuesday is an odd day for a movie premiere, it’s important to note that schools were on a break in the United Kingdom on Tuesday. It’s also important to note that the movie brought in a whopping $12.8 million in just two days!
Since Tuesday, Thor: Ragnaork has debuted or will open in several other international markets this week including France, Italy, Spain, Korea, Australia, and Brazil. Next week, the film hits the rest of the world including not only North America, but China and Japan.
Deadline.com is reporting that the film brought in over $2.8 million in Korea in just two days – the biggest industry opening day ever for an October release. Same goes for Taiwan. Over in Indonesia, it was the sixth biggest industry all-time opening day.
Movie industry insiders are projecting the latest Thor movie to bring in anywhere from $85 to $100 million. By the looks of things, it sounds like they are well on the way to meet if not exceed those numbers.
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