The Hollywood reporter said that the country's foreign-film quota could be behind why the film isn't set to hit Chinese theatres however the government has a history of banning Winnie the Pooh related content.
Mission Impossible: Fallout is the latest film in Tom Cruise's bombastic action series, and seems an appropriate fit for the gritty gunplay of PUBG's free-for-all game mode, which sees 100 players duke it out to be the last one standing. As per reports the movie has made about Rs 53.75 crore until now in India.
Mission: Impossible - Fallout opened at No. 1 at US and Canadian theaters last weekend with $31.5 million in receipts.
It received mixed-to-positive reviews and finds Pooh, Piglet and Eeyore reminding the now grown-up Christopher (Ewan McGregor) about the meaning of life.
Following the screening, which wrapped up at around 1:30 a.m. local time, the climbers had to make their way back down the cliff.
Catholic Church changes teaching to oppose death penalty in all cases
In the Western world, today, only the United States and Belarus retain capital punishment for crimes not committed during wartime. Everyone's human dignity must be respected, and they must not be put to death, no matter what the cause, '" Beck explained.
In third was another new release, Lionsgate s "The Spy Who Dumped Me", at $12.4 million.
- New release "The Darkest Minds" debuts at #8 with $5.8 million. The documentary, now has a 0 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes, is the lowest wide release to date for the right-wing conservative filmmaker. "To the Movies", $4.9 million. The thriller starring Denzel Washington has scored $7.2 million, eclipsing the $6.6 million lifetime total of the original.
Rounding out the top five was the Sony's The Equalizer 2 with $8.8 million from 2,725 screens.
Elsewhere at the box office, Bo Burnham's "Eighth Grade" earned US$2.8 million when it expanded nationwide.
Filmrise's "The Miseducation of Cameron Post" nabbed the highest per-theater-average of the week.