2,000 fans climbed Pulpit Rock in Norway, a 2,000-foot cliff, for an outdoor viewing of "Mission: Impossible - Fallout" Wednesday night.
The "Mission: Impossible" film franchise, which began back in 1996, seems to be aging just as gracefully as its lead star, with nearly every installment improving on the last. Overseas, it has amassed over $205 million. It also took in $76 million internationally, so the worldwide cume for the Tom Cruise sixquel now stands at $329 million.
China has banned the new Disney flick "Christopher Robin" - apparently because President Xi Jinping is furious at the string of memes comparing him to Winnie the Pooh.
Christopher Robin is a live action film starring Ewan McGregor as the leading role and tells the story of Robin reuniting with the honey-loving bear as an adult and rediscovering his playful imagination. Reports suggest it has made over $430 million in revenue since its release.
The latest movie in the franchise took in an estimated $US35 million over the weekend, easily winning the weekend box office for a second straight week and putting its domestic total over the $US120 million mark. The musical comedy directed by Ole Parker has banked $16.5 million in Oz and $230.5 million worldwide.
Elsewhere at the box office, Bo Burnham's "Eighth Grade" earned $2.8 million when it expanded nationwide. The romance drama, led by Chloe Grace Moretz, took in US$53,000 when it opened on two screens for a solid average of US$26,500.