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With $317 million, “Jumanji” is now the fifth-highest-grossing domestic release of all time for Sony Corp. (SNE), surpassing 2012’s James Bond flick “Skyfall.” It’s also the first film to top the box office in its third, fourth and fifth weekends after ranking second in its first two. “Jumanji” has grossed $768 million worldwide so far. The Warner Bros. (TWX) movie stars Chris Hemsworth and Michael Shannon as the first soldiers to enter Afghanistan after 9/11 — on horseback.
Sony’s motion-picture business has outgrossed all competitors so far in 2018 thanks to “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle,” a hit sequel to a 1995 family film.
Three new wide releases battled three likely Oscar contenders for moviegoers’ attention this weekend, only for all six to lose to Sony Corp.’s “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle.”
Sony (SNE) announces a multi-year distribution agreement with the broadcasting and digital company Tegna to distribute all first-run programming owned by Tegna.