‘Mission: Impossible’ Bests Winnie-The-Pooh At Box Office

PUBG Mobile’s new Mission: Impossible content will self-destruct at the end of August

PUBG Mobile Gets a Month-Long Exclusive Collaboration and Content with Movie ‘Mission: Impossible Fallout’ [Video]

Mission: Impossible Fallout is out in theaters and PUBG Mobile has forged a collaboration with the movie that will surely pique some interest of fans.

Cathleen Taff, head of distribution for Disney, said there's room for non-tentpole releases in the Disney slate. The Marvel tentpole - starring Chadwick Boseman and directed by Ryan Coogler - crossed $700 million at the domestic box office, one of three films to hit that mark. Entertainment Weekly, The Guardian, and The Express also gave it a good review. The documentary, now has a 0 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes, is the lowest wide release to date for the right-wing conservative filmmaker. They then returned on Thursday morning after spending the night on top of the famed cliff, where the climax takes place, substituting for Kashmir. China, which restricts the number of US movies that play in its theaters, declined to give the film a release date. 4 with $9 million and The Equalizer 2 at No. 5 with $8.8 million. Its take was $8.8 million in its third week out.

The movie goes on too long (over two hours), and the plot thickens a bit too much, but the last half hour is nonstop action that will keep you glued to the screen.

"Ant-Man and the Wasp", $6.2 million ($11.2 million international).

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"Incredibles 2", $5 million ($19 million international).

With Mission: Impossible - Fallout update the PUBG players will experience an all-new background music and customisable parachutes themed to the film.

"Along With the Gods: The Last 49 Days", $37.3 million. "Here We Go Again" had a fourth place finish this weekend.

"Hotel Transylvania 3", $18 million.

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