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‘Five Nights At Freddy’s’ Tops $200M WW; ‘Godzilla Minus One’ Roars In Japan – International Box Office

Universal/Blumhouse’s Five Nights at Freddy’s was still plenty game this weekend, crossing $100M at the international box office and $200M worldwide. The sophomore frame overseas, where this is a pure theatrical play, dipped 54% to deliver $35.6M in 74 markets for a $103.5M offshore cume and $217.1M global.

Fazbear and crew have surpassed the reported international box office totals of Insidious: The Last Key, Halloween, M3GANLights OutEvil Dead Rise, Get Out, The Black Phone, The Invisible Man and Insidious Chapter 3. The overall cume is above The Nun 2The Conjuring 2Annabelle Comes Home and Insidious: The Red Door in the same markets at the same point.

This is now the biggest Blumhouse film in 29 markets including Brazil, Argentina, Poland, Chile, Peru, Central America and Ukraine.

The Emma Tammi-directed horror pic added 11 new hubs this session. Spain saw the biggest opening Wednesday and biggest horror opening day ever as well as the top opening day of 2023. The weekend was good for $5M including previews, giving FNAF the biggest launch weekend for a Blumhouse title, and the second-biggest opening for a horror movie as well as the top studio opening for a horror movie ever. Excluding previews, the result is above The Nun 2Conjuring 2Annabelle Comes Home and more than double Halloween. The cume for FNAF at the end of the first frame surpassed the entire lifetimes of Insidious: The Red DoorGet Out, Annabelle, Halloween, M3GAN and The Black Phone.

Italy also had a huge start with $4M to top the total lifetimes of Halloween, all Annabelle films and M3GAN; and claiming the biggest Blumhouse opening of all time. The debut excluding previews is above The NunThe Nun 2 and more than double all other key comps.

In Belgium, Freddy’s scored $900K at No. 1 for the top Blumhouse start ever and overtaking the lifetimes of Lights Out and The Black Phone. In the Philippines, $625K made for the best opening ever for a Universal horror film. At $608K, Portugal claimed the biggest Blumhouse opening of all time including previews, and the third-biggest horror start ever. 

The Top 5 markets after two frames are Mexico ($16.9M), the UK ($10.6M), Brazil ($7.7M),