A Disney-Poe-branded “craft” film has now earned $40 million at the US box office after earning $400 million worldwide.
The Disney-owned film, which is about a family of craft-makers, earned a reported $40.7 million on Thursday night from 3,532 locations, according to the studio’s website.
It also made $30.7m overseas, including $8.5m in China and $6.4m in Brazil, and will play in 50 countries.
It will join the top five highest grossing films worldwide at this year’s box office, according the studio.
Disney-Pixar’s “The Lego Movie” is the biggest of the bunch with a global haul of $631.4 million.