Fate Of The Furious Continues It's Run With $200m Weekend

LOS ANGELES (CelebrityAccess) — Universal's hit Fate Of The Furious ruled the weekend box office for the second week in a row, adding an impressive $202.1M to its cumulative take worldwide over the weekend.

Starring Vin Diesel, the 9th installment of the car-themed heist movie performed strongly in international markets, with just $38.7M of its weekend box office revenue coming from North America.

Meanwhile, two newcomers to theaters, The Promise (Open Road) and Unforgettable (Warner Bros.) proved to be bombs on their major opening weekends. Unforgettable, a domestic thriller starring Katherine Heigl and Rosario Dawson failed to resonate with audiences, earning just $6.5M worldwide, and 4.8m domestically. Even that was better than the historical drama The Promise, which generated $4.1M in revenue over the weekend.

The top 12 worldwide weekend box office estimates, listed in descending order, per data collected as of Sunday, April 23, are below.

Fate Of The Furious, The – Universal – $202.1M
Boss Baby, The – 20th Century Fox – $42.8M
Beauty And The Beast – Disney – $32.9M
Smurfs: The Lost Village – Sony – $26.2M
Going In Style – Warner Bros. – $9.6M
Mr. Pride vs Miss Prejudice – Multiple Chinese Distributors – $7.7M
Unforgettable – Warner Bros. – $6.5M
Born In China – Disney – $5.2M
Ghost In The Shell – Paramount Pictures – $4.6M
Gifted – Fox Searchlight – $4.5M
Shack, The – Multiple – $4.2M
Promise, The – Open Road – $4.1M

The top 12 domestic weekend box office estimates, listed in descending order, per data collected as of Sunday, April 23, are below.

Fate Of The Furious, The – Universal – $38.7M
Boss Baby, The – 20th Century Fox – $12.8M
Beauty And The Beast – Disney – $10.0M
Born In China – Disney – $5.1M
Going In Style – Warner Bros. – $5.0M
Smurfs: The Lost Village – Sony – $4.8M
Unforgettable – Warner Bros. – $4.8M
Gifted – Fox Searchlight – $4.5M
Promise, The – Open Road – $4.1M
Lost City Of Z, The – Bleecker Street – $2.1M
Phoenix Forgotten – Entertainment Studios Motion Pictures – $2.0M
Get Out – Universal – $1.7M