Tom, the director and cast for ‘The Mummy’ attended yeterday the fan event for the film in New York. We’ve added tons of HQ’s.
One thing you can say about South Korea is that it’s Tom Cruise country. Universal’s The Mummy just opened there and charted the biggest opening day ever in the market with $6.6M (kw 7.3 billion), outstripping the first day of last year’s local hit Train to Busan (kw 6.5 billion). In addition, The Mummy notched the biggest opening day for a Tom Cruise movie or a Universal release in the territory, and the biggest opening day in South Korea this year.
Currently, The Mummy is dominating South Korea with 59% of the market share. It also helps that it’s a holiday there.
Cruise’s 2014 actioner Edge of Tomorrow was a huge hit in South Korea, opening to $10.5M and earning $38M, the film’s second-biggest territory outside of China. Mission: Impossible — Rogue Nation was even bigger, debuting to $13.8M in 2015 and ending its run at $41.6M.
Did you like the ‘American Made’ trailer? Enjoy these screencaps.
Tom was in Mexico yesterday for the promotion of ‘The Mummy’.
Enjoy these HQ’s new stills from ‘The Mummy’.
This is the first trailer for ‘American Made’ and it looks TERRIFIC.
Here you have the first poster for ‘American Made’.
Here you have the first promotional stills of Tom as Barry Seal in ‘American Made’.
The trailer for ‘American Made’ will be released today at 4 PM at last! Meanwhile you can enjoy the teaser.