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FILM: MISSION IMPOSSIBLE - FALLOUT - Action as we've never seen

FILM: MISSION IMPOSSIBLE - FALLOUT - Action as we've never seen

The steep cliff, also known as the Preikestolen and siting at the height of about 2,000 feet, served as the location for Tom Cruise-starrer's final set piece. The 6th outing in the spy action franchise posted the lowest decline of the series.

The R-rated action-comedy "The Spy Who Dumped Me", starring Mila Kunis and Kate McKinnon, debuted in third with $12.4 million for Lionsgate.

Movie, a film analytics company, said that the movie did exceedingly well with men over the age of 40, while the 18-30 age range did less than average. While China provides no reason for the films it doesn't select for its theatres, government sensors have recently been blocking images of Winnie-the-Pooh after bloggers began using him to parody Chinese president Xi Jinping.

Newcomer "The Darkest Minds" earned $5.7 million when it launched on 3,127 screens.

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Death of a Nation earned an A CinemaScore, the film placed #13. "Here We Go Again" - with its toe-tapping ABBA soundtrack and gorgeous Greek scenery - helped keep the Universal film afloat in fourth place, taking in $9.1 million for a worldwide total to date of $231 million. Overseas, the sequel gained $19.3-M from 53 markets for a foreign take of $139.2-M and $230.5-M globally. Sony's "The Equalizer 2" rounded out the top five, picking up US$8.7 million.

Disney was never intending "Robin" to make a huge dent in the box office, with its more dramatic tone it can be compared to its 2016 August release, "Pete's Dragon".

Filmrise's "The Miseducation of Cameron Post" nabbed the highest per-theater-average of the week.

"Mission: Impossible" fans aren't afraid to carry out near-impossible missions of their own.