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'Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2' blasts off globally

12 Mai 2017

Box Office Mojo estimates that the film could gross over $400 million domestically in total. The movie returned to theaters to deliver more bright colors, jokes and another groovy soundtrack.

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 stars a band of misfits played by Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Dave Bautista, Vin Diesel and Bradley Cooper.

The "Guardians of the Galaxy" save more than outer space. That title belongs to Beauty and the Beast that released back in March to $174 million.

At second in the Korean box office was local crime comedy "The Sheriff in Town".

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 has pushed the Marvel Cinematic Universe past $11-B in combined global grosses, according to Disney.

James said it is important to remember the focus on how much money Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2 makes is all "nonsense and noise".

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Ensuite, s'il n'y a pas de sentiment particulier qui me pousse à faire quelque chose, je ne le fais pas, ce n'est pas la peine. Comme chaque année ou presque depuis sa démission en 2013, après sa suspension pour avoir bousculé l'arbitre Alexandre Castro.

For one thing, his creator in the movie universe appears to be Ayesha, high priestess of the Sovereign, who is cooking up her "Adam" in a birthing pod during the end credits with plans to unleash him on the Guardians, with whom she has a score to settle. The DreamWorks animation made $6.2 million domestically, taking its U.S. total to $156 million.

The Superhero sequel has earned $427.6-M globally; elsewhere, TG teen drama "3 Generations" and Julian Assange documentary "Risk" both DOA at the specialty box office.

Elsewhere in the USA top ten, Fast and Furious 8 crossed the $200 million mark domestically and is now racing towards a global total of $1.2 billion. Every single one has gone to number one at the domestic box office its opening weekend.

"The Fate of the Furious", $8.5 million ($30.1 million international).

And at No. 3 is the film that just won't go away, "Boss Baby" is back in the top three this week, bringing in an estimated $6 million. Pantelion's "How to be a Latin Lover", which seduced its way past "The Circle" last weekend to post strong numbers and a second place finish, slides into fourth with $5.3 million from only 1,203 spots. As a result, the film has now made over $425 million worldwide.

Gifted ($2.1 million), Going in Style ($1.9 million) and Smurfs: The Lost Village ($1.8 million) round out the rest of the top 10.