Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny is now out in theatres. The movie was released on 29 June and managed to whip up US$130 million to start.
US$60 million of that is from domestic sales whilst the remaining US$70 million is from 52 international box office markets. Out of the 52 markets, the United Kingdom led with US$8.9 million followed by France with US$5.9 million. Japan came next with US$4.7 million, with Korea and Germany coming with US$4.1 million each.
Other international market pulls include Spain (US$4M), Australia (US$3.8M), Italy (US$2.7M), China (US$2.3M) and Mexico (US$2.3M).
Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny also opened at No.1 in all European markets and was the highest debut of 2023 in Finland, Denmark and Greece.
IMAX brought in US$11 million globally. US$5 million of which came from overseas.
Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny is the fifth instalment in the beloved 42-year-old franchise starring Harrison Ford as the titular Dr. Indiana Jones. The movie is Ford’s final outing as the famed archaeologist and introduces Fleabag‘s Phoebe Waller-Bridge as his goddaughter Helena Shaw. Together, they embark on a journey across Morocco and Sicily in search of Archimedes’ Dial before an evil Nazi scientist (Mads Mikkelsen) can get his hands on it and change history as we know it.
Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny also stars Antonio Banderas as Renaldo, John Rhys-Davies as Sallah, Toby Jones as Basil Shaw, Boyd Holbrook as Klaber, Ethann Isidore as Teddy Kumar and Shaunette Rene Wilson as Agent Mason.
Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny is now showing in cinemas. Read our review here.