Moscow. September 25. INTERFAX.RU – the Film “Kingsman: the Golden ring” became the leader of the American hire in the first weekend after the premiere, writes The Wall Street Journal.
The second part of the franchise in which he starred with a set of well-known actors (Colin Firth, Julianne Moore, Channing Tatum, Jeff bridges and Halle berry, and musician Elton John), collected at cinemas of the USA and Canada $39 million despite an R rating (those under 17 years of age shall be admitted to the session unless accompanied by an adult).
In other countries the film earned $61 million so that it charges the world over the weekend exceeded the $100 million the first film it was lower.
The film received mixed reviews from critics and has an average (50%) rating on the website Rotten Tomatoes. The first film rating is 74%.
Second place in the American box office took a horror story and Stephen king’s “It”. The movie earned $30 million, and its total fees in the U.S. and Canada reached $266 million Thus, “It” became the highest grossing film with an R rating in history.
Cartoon “LEGO Movie: Ninjago” was the main disappointment of last weekend, earning just $21.2 million, which is much smaller than the two previous cartoons with characters Lego.