‘Tenet’ Crosses $280 Million Worldwide, Leads Mild U.S. Box Office With $3.4 Million

Christopher Nolan’s “Tenet” has topped $280 million worldwide, dominating a mild U.S.

box office with $3.4 million at 2,850 locations in its fourth weekend to go past $41 million domestically in four weeks.The Warner Bros.

tentpole, which carries a hefty $200 million price tag, took in a weekend total of $19.2 million worldwide in 58 markets.

The U.S.

posted the top number with a 26% decline, followed by Japan with $3 million in its second weekend and a 30% decline.“Tenet” is the first major studio release to launch during the pandemic, and its small-ish numbers underline the industry’s challenge of attracting customers amid a worldwide health crisis and social distancing restrictions.

Disney’s “Mulan”– which isn’t getting a theatrical release in the U.S.

— grossed $3.4 million in 20 markets to lift it to $64 million world wide.

Its fifth weekend of “The New Mutants” took in $2.5 million worldwide, including $1.1 million at 2,305 domestic sites.The seventh

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