Mission: Impossible Fallout comes to PUBG - should you choose to accept it

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And glory be, this is action as we've never seen, even from the intrepid Tom Cruise, who is brilliant at performing his own dare-devil stunts and upping the thrills in each successive "Mission" film.

Scoring a string of opening weekend records, Mission: Impossible Falloutsurged past $200m at the worldwide box office to ensure Tom Cruise stayed top of the pile to beat the $64.5m haul by Hello Mr. Billionaire in the Chinese comedy's second weekend.

"We believe this is a solid start for this film", Cathleen Taff, Disney's head of theatrical distribution, said. "Black Panther" on Saturday became just the third film to cross $700 million domestically. Fox's young-adult dystopian thriller "The Darkest Minds" (19 per cent "fresh" on Rotten Tomatoes) opened with $5.7 million on 3,127 screens.

Winnie the Pooh, the character created by British author A A Milne as a companion for an eight-year-old Christopher Robin, comes to life in the film to help his now-adult friend regain his imagination.

On the other hand, The Fate Of The Furious, is an action movie that does much better with the millennial generation, which makes a little more sense, considering The Fast And The Furious franchise began in the early 2000's. "Along With the Gods: The Last 49 Days", $37.3 million. 4. 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.

Elsewhere at the box office, Bo Burnham's "Eighth Grade" earned $2.8 million when it expanded nationwide. "Incredibles 2", $19 million. 6.

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