Refresh for latest…: Christopher Nolan’s Tenet handily passed $200M overseas this weekend with a $25M offshore frame to bring the overseas box office to $214M. Including domestic, the global cume is now $250.1M. Boosting play overseas, as we noted yesterday, was the Japan bow which came in a a strong $4.3M in the No. 1 position and ahead of both Dunkirk and Interstellar (the latter recently playing in re-release locally) across a three-day debut. This
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EXCLUSIVE: Christopher Nolan’s Tenet added a handful of markets this weekend after beginning overseas rollout in August. While the domestic performance has been hampered by the coasts being closed, offshore markets have had a bit more leeway, and in some ways been robust even with capacity restrictions. This is yet another sign that offshore differs greatly from domestic amid the current situation: the Warner Bros movie will cross $200M today at the international box office.