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Saxum Debuts $100 Million Opportunity Zone Investment Fund

Firm’s Fund is among the First in the U.S. Northeast to Focus on Federal Opportunity Zones

Saxum Realty is introducing a $100 million fund to invest in residential or commercial properties specifically situated within federal Opportunity Zones, among the very first such swimming pools of cash to be unveiled in New Jersey and the Northeast.

Saxum, a personal property financial investment and advancement firm based in Parsippany, NJ, plans to utilize its new fund to concentrate on middle-market projects found in high-growth commercial property submarkets in the Garden State, as well as throughout the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions, inning accordance with Anthony Rinaldi, the company’s managing principal.

Saxum will be looking to develop tasks ranging from $10 million to $50 million, with the majority of the ventures likely to fall in the $15 million to $30 million variety, he noted.

” We will buy all property classes within the particular Opportunity Zones that we are pursuing, much which will be heavy value-add and opportunistic investments,” Rinaldi stated.

The federal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 established the Chance Zone program, legislation that U.S. Sen. Cory Booker helped draft, as a way to stimulate private-sector financial investment in low-income metropolitan and rural neighborhoods. The lure is a tax break on capital gains.

” The majority of significantly, the program permits investors to unlock capital gains from any competent property and to redeploy earnings which are tax-deferred into properties found in Chance Zones,” Saxum Realty stated in announcing the fund.

Earlier this month, New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy and Booker, one on New Jersey’s agents in Washington, addressed a group of potential investors about the Garden State’s 169 Opportunity Zones, situated in 75 towns.

At that event, Booker said that Newark, NJ-based Prudential Financial Inc. was prepared to release an Opportunity Zone fund. Prudential couldn’t be grabbed remark.

Virtua Partners, a private-equity property investment firm based in Phoenix, was among the very first business nationally to say back in June that it was producing an Opportunity Zone fund, looking to raise $200 million.

” This is a historic chance that rarely presents itself,” Rinaldi said in a declaration. “It is a special chance for investors to receive considerable tax cost savings while investing in real estate located in neighborhoods that Saxum has actually determined as displaying strong development potential. It is also a chance for our financiers to further diversify from conventional investments such as stocks and bonds and into realty, while likewise earning the extra return increase due to the tax cost savings of the [Chance Zones] program.”

In addition to its brand-new Chance Zone Fund, the business formed its flagship Saxum Adamas Fund I LP in 2017.

Linda Moss, Northern New Jersey Market Reporter CoStar Group.

New Medical School Debuts as Anchor of Roche Redevelopment


The Hackensack Meridian Health School of Medicine at Seton Hall University opens on the previous Hoffmann-La Roche school located in between Nutley and Clifton, NJ.

Credit: Linda Moss for CoStar Group Inc.New Jersey’s

first new private medical school in 50 years inhabits a cutting-edge facility, inning accordance with officials. There are no big lecture halls, but rather various “finding out studios” where students will cluster in small groups, each with their own video screen. Medical students will train side-by-side with potential nurses. The anatomy lab, where dissections will be done, is light, airy and well-ventilated, not hidden away in a dark basement.

And maybe most importantly, the Hackensack Meridian School of Medication at Seton Hall University has something that older medical schools lack– great deals of electrical sockets for trainees to plug in their laptop computers, said Dr. Jeffrey Boscamp associate dean of medical education continuum for the new center.

” One of the greatest things in designing schools now, you would never ever believe,” he said. ‘There’s one factor that’s most important to trainees right now: Plugs. We went to go to a new medical school– a famous architect, amazing– trainees were incredibly unhappy because there weren’t enough plugs. So they’re being in the hall. It resembled an airport with no plugs. So we have plugs all over.” Boscamp on Wednesday conducted a press tour of the new facility following a ribbon-cutting ceremony at its website– the previous business campus of global drug producer Hoffmann-La Roche. Roughly 200 individuals went to the occasion, including New Jersey Guv Phil Murphy, a large cadre of state lawmakers, along with officials from Hackensack Meridian with a network of 16 hospitals and Seton Hall, which has its primary school in South Orange, NJ.

Governor Phil Murphy speaks at the ribbon-cutting event for the brand-new school on Wednesday. Along with the medical school, Seton Hall has actually moved its College of Nursing and School of Health and Medical Sciences to the previous Roche website, which straddles Nutley and Clifton, NJ, to produce an Interprofessional Health Sciences school.

The medical school is the anchor occupant for the mixed-use redevelopment of the 116-acre Roche system, which has actually been relabelled ON3 by developer Prism Capital Partners LLC of Bloomfield, NJ.

The Hackensack Meridian and Seton Hall facilities are renting approximately 500,000 square feet, including research space, in two former Roche buildings, said Gene Diaz, a Prism creator and principal partner who was at the ribbon-cutting.

It cost approximately $75 million, largely born by the designer and the medical school, to renovate and retrofit the former laboratory buildings and prepare them for new tenants, according to Diaz. The medical school will be receiving $16.9 million in state tax incentives over a 10-year duration.

Murphy was among the speakers who predicted that the new medical school and research study center will work as a financial engine for not just Nutley and Clifton, but North Jersey and the entire state, surpassing filling deep space left when the pharmaceutical giant vacated the school. One of the governor’s top priorities is to recover its former development economy, one that is driven by innovation, life-science and health care.

” This is a big offer. This school renews a major economic center in New Jersey,” Murphy stated. “If you need an example of the more powerful New Jersey that I discuss so frequently, look no more than right here […] The school of medicine will be the heartbeat that pumps brand-new life throughout this center and throughout New Jersey’s economy.”

Prism has kept a consulting company, Benecke Economics, to do studies on the financial effect of the ON3 redevelopment on both Nutley and Clifton, inning accordance with Diaz.

Among the objectives of the brand-new medical school is to resolve the looming scarcity of physicians, an approximated 3,000, that the state faces by 2020, Hackensack Meridian co-chief executive Robert Garrett stated at the ribbon cutting. Research study has discovered that physicians often practice where they train, so Hackensack Meridian medical school alums are more likely to stay in the Garden State, he said.

The new medical school, which begins classes in July, uses a three-year program, one of just about a dozen nationally to do so, according to Hackensack Meridian authorities. The school got more than 2,000 applications for the 60 slots in its inaugural class.

Throughout the press tour, Boscamp stated that the school was designed around its innovative curriculum, consisting of the class where students will collect in groups of eight to study specific cases, rather than bearing in mind in on lecture halls. The mentor model is “not the sage on the phase, however the guide on the side,” he stated.

Dr. Jeffrey Boscamp, associate dean of medical education continuum, conducts a trip that consisted of the school’s modern anatomy lab.The new school’s anatomy laboratory is not like” a morgue setting, “according Boscamp. He remembered that when he was in med school, fellow students would move far from him when he came to the snack bar after remaining in the anatomy lab, due to the fact that he would smell of formaldehyde. But the new school’s lab is well-ventilated to avoid that kind of scenario, he explained. Prism strategies to add retail and residential elements, in addition to a

hotel, to ON3. In addition to the medical school, its occupant roster includes Ralph Lauren, bio-fabrication business Modern Meadow Inc. and Quest Diagnostics Inc. That firm will be constructing a 225,000-square-foot local lab, workplace center and a parking garage on the Clifton part of the Roche home. Prism has actually started the $10 million very first stage of its facilities improvements at ON3, that includes the addition and rebranding of streets on the east portion of the campus. Its primary road has been relabelled City Boulevard from Main Street, while the previous Fifth Avenue is now titled Ideation Way. In addition, Ideation Method is being rerouted with a brand-new connection to Kingsland Street in Nutley to provide extra access to the campus. Throughout Wednesday early morning’s ceremony, State Senator Paul Sarlo lauded the redevelopment, which is located within both Passaic

and Essex counties.” We turned this place not from a future shopping center but into something really, truly special,” he stated. Linda Moss, Northern New Jersey Market Reporter CoStar Group.

'' Fixer Upper ' star debuts cookbook, talks post-show plans

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Brian Ach/Invision/ AP In this March 29, 2016, file image, Joanna Gaines, left, and Chip Gaines present for a picture in New York to promote their home enhancement show, “Fixer Upper,” on HGTV.

Wednesday, April 25, 2018|9:42 a.m.

New York City– Despite The Fact That “Fixer Upper” has actually come to an end, Joanna Gaines is still going strong.

The creating half of the just-wrapped HGTV program is showcasing her cooking abilities with the release of her “Magnolia Table” cookbook. She showcased yummy food made from the book’s dishes at a recent lunch in New york city as husband Chip cracked jokes and playfully teased his pregnant other half while prepping biscuits in front of visitors.

The set discussed the inspiration for the book, which was discovering time to hang out together with their four children.

” I simply longed for those minutes around the table with our household,” she stated. “If we weren’t intentional about it, life would just truly fly by actually fast.”

” Fixer Upper” has actually been one of HGTV’s most effective programs, but the couple chose to call it quits after the show’s 5th season, which finished up previously this month.

Gaines says while she’s not decreasing, she is anticipating some downtime when her 5th child is born in a few months.

” I think when this baby comes along, I’m truly hoping to discover time. That’s what we’re really simply preparing for, simply this brand-new infant coming along and valuing that time as a family,” she said. The Gaines likewise have a home decorating line at Target; a restaurant; a bed and breakfast in their Waco, Texas, town; and a publication.

” My last infant she’s 8 (years old) now, so I think this is something I’m discovering all over once again, even in buying all the stuff– what do I require for a newborn? It’s been a truly fun season,” she said.

While “Fixer Upper” will not have any brand-new episodes, it will air in reruns on HGTV, and wood craftsman Clint Harp is getting a spinoff on the DIY channel called “Wood Work.”

Chip Gaines states the couple is close to Harp and his partner, Kelly. He hopes the couple takes some time to enjoy the experience of the program.

” It feels like it began, then it was over, and you kind of look back and you observe all of these unique experiences that had actually happened in your wake, but it’s actually hard to appreciate them because it felt like they were stacked one on top of the other, then they were coming at you at the speed of light,” he stated. “In some way figure out ways to slow the experience down somehow and delight in the trip.”

NCT Debuts '' Clowntown ' May 27-28

Please join Nevada Conservatory Theatre as it proudly debuts CLOWNTOWN: an advantage musical concert. Embed in a world where humankind is forced to handle the existence of natural-born clowns, one clown should return to the city he abandoned to find his lost love and solve a diabolical murder that might destroy his kind permanently. Directed by Allegra Libonati (ART Boston); book, music, and lyrics by Michael Brennan and John Massé; and featuring an all Las Vegas cast of stars, vocalists, artists, and clowns. Step inside the stupendously improbable world of CLOWNTOWN!

Program Dates/Times
7:30 p.m. May 27
2 p.m. May 27 & & 28
Tickets

$30 all seats. Tickets and extra info are offered online or by calling 702-895-ARTS (2787).

Kabuki show debuts at Bellagio as MGM eyes Japan

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John Locher/ AP

Performers stand onstage during the Kabuki Spectacle in front of the Bellagio, Friday, Aug. 14, 2015. Singers and dancers performed the ancient Japanese storytelling art as the Bellagio fountains operated as a huge watery movie screen behind them, showing animated scenes.

Friday, Aug. 14, 2015|11:15 p.m.

Las Vegas can be lots of things to many individuals, but MGM Resorts International wants leaders and visitors from Japan to know its resorts are more than gambling hubs.

The company, which has long looked for to build a resort-casino in Japan, is hosting a fancy “Kabuki Phenomenon” this weekend (it go underway Friday night) on the Las Vegas Strip. Vocalists and dancers will certainly perform the ancient Japanese storytelling art as the Bellagio fountains work as a massive watery film screen behind them, showing animated scenes.

MGM’s desire to construct a resort-casino in Japan– a market that might measure up to Macau as a financially rewarding Asian gambling destination– has been no secret. However Japanese lawmakers initially would have to legalize gambling establishments, a prospect that appears no closer to taking place after several years of debate.

Supporters argue the Las Vegas-style resorts that provide other home entertainment in addition to gambling would increase tourist in Japan. Opponents in a more socially conservative political party have stated it would cause higher rates of betting dependency and criminal activity.

MGM Resorts isn’t alone in its pursuit. Wynn Resorts Ltd., Las Vegas Sands Corp. and Caesars Home entertainment Corp. at one time have all expressed interest in investing billions in casino-resort tasks there. None have actually been quite as vocal about their Japan prepares as MGM, however, said Fitch Scores analyst Alex Bumazhny.

Building gambling establishments in Japan would be more expensive than somewhere else, with greater costs for labor and building products, Bumazhny stated. But the expected profits could be bigger than other Asian markets, such as Singapore.

“It’s a huge developed economy without any casino betting at this point” and citizens who are inclined to bet, he said. Some currently finish with a game called Pachinko that appears like a slots.

In the prolonged time gambling in Japan has been disputed, MGM executives have actually made regular check outs gaining a gratitude for Japan’s arts and culture.

Alan Feldman, executive vice president of international government and market affairs for MGM Resorts, said discussions the business has in Japan tend to concentrate on the betting and betting that gave rise to the location.

“Every conversation we have about Las Vegas instantly goes to gaming,” he said.

But the business desires Japanese visitors to understand the town is built on more than that, Feldman stated.

For MGM Resorts, gambling made up 38 percent of its earnings at its U.S. hotel-casinos in 2014. Everything else it earned, not counting giveaways given to devoted customers, originated from hotel rooms, dining, entertaining and shopping at its U.S. buildings.

Previously this year, the business highlighted Japanese culture at the Bellagio with its first-ever Japanese-inspired garden scene at its indoor conservatory. It also partnered with artist Masatoshi Izumi on the irreversible setup of 4 huge sculptures representing earth, wind, fire and water.

The Kabuki program, “Fight with a Carp,” was spawned about two years earlier when well-known Kabuki production company Shochiku dropped in Las Vegas on its way back to Japan from a U.S. performance, and MGM Resorts executives took its members to the Cirque du Soleil reveal “KA.” The business considered methods to present Kabuki in a brand-new method.

Technology firm Panasonic and modern innovative company teamLab, both based in Japan, are sponsors and individuals. 5 performances are arranged for Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Oculus debuts virtual reality movie ‘Henry’.

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This picture shows a scene from the short animation film “Henry.” Oculus’ 2nd virtual truth movie premiered Tuesday, July 28, 2015, in Beverly Hills, Calif.

Tuesday, July 28, 2015|9:16 p.m.

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif.– Oculus is hedging its bets that a lovable animal named Henry can assist convince customers– and Hollywood– about the practicality of virtual truth as a storytelling medium.

The VR company, which Facebook got for nearly $2 billion in 2014, debuted a 10-minute narrative experience starring the lonely hedgehog Henry during an invite-only occasion Tuesday at a personal mansion in Beverly Hills.

Inside, visitors wore customer versions of the Oculus Rift headset and were provided a 360-degree glance into Henry’s cartoony house as his birthday wish amazingly came to life.

“Henry” is the second film from Oculus Story Studio, an internal production business that Oculus developed in 2013 after Facebook purchased the VR business. “Lost,” the studio’s very first short movie, debuted at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year.

“The goal with ‘Henry’ and these short movies isn’t to be an introduction to virtual fact,” said Oculus founder Palmer Luckey. “We’re trying to construct things with Oculus Story Studio that other individuals can gain from and build much better material from as a result.”

Luckey added that Oculus isn’t really attempting to produce a studio to rival Hollywood’s existing gamers. Instead, with “Henry” and Oculus’ other work, the business is seeking to show VR’s ability and motivate studios and production companies to develop content beyond advertising efforts connected to other films and entertainment franchises.

“In an ideal word, we’ll have all the significant studios making tons of VR material since they’re making tons of cash off of it,” stated Luckey. “That would be better for us than needing to hold up the entire VR industry with our own content. Nintendo handled to do that with their video games, but it’s really rough. It’ll be much healthier to have a varied ecosystem.”

“Henry” is a totally passive experience that doesn’t need viewers to use a controller, other than tilting their head to see the action inside Henry’s tree-trunk abode. Nevertheless, “Henry” director Ramiro Lopes Dau, a previous animator at Pixar, included the ability for the spikey character to look directly at the user throughout the experience.

“I think there’s space for all difference type of experiences, where they can be more or less interactive,” stated Lopes Dau. “In the case of ‘Henry,’ it’s more about the character. We use those moments when he’s happy or sad to take a look at you no matter where you’re standing.”

The encounter of interactivity in a piece of content described as a brief movie asks the concern: Is “Henry” really a film? Or is it a game? Or something else entirely?

“I do not think anyone actually understands,” stated Lopes Dau. “Personally, I don’t care what it’s called. I just want to make something that offers you a feeling, informs you a story and is magical to you. I do not care if it’s called a game, a film or something else.”

Oculus plans to bundle “Henry” and other movies and video games for complimentary with Oculus Rift. The company has not stated how much the system, which will require a high-end PC to run, will certainly cost when it introduces early next year.

The previous start-up, which sparked the most recent VR fixation three years back, now has numerous rivals likewise diving headfirst into the industry, including Valve and HTC’s Vive headset and Sony’s Project Morpheus, which works in tandem with the PlayStation 4 console.

Oculus debuts virtual truth film '' Henry '.

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Oculus through AP

This photo shows a scene from the brief animation film, “Henry.” Oculus’ 2nd virtual reality film premiered Tuesday, July 28, 2015, in Beverly Hills, Calif.

Tuesday, July 28, 2015|9:16 p.m.

BEVERLY HILLSIDES, Calif.– Oculus is hedging its bets that a charming critter named Henry should assist encourage customers– and Hollywood– about the viability of virtual reality as a storytelling medium.

The VR company, which Facebook got for almost $2 billion in 2013, debuted a 10-minute narrative experience starring the lonely hedgehog Henry during an invite-only event Tuesday at a private estate in Beverly Hills.

Inside, visitors put on consumer versions of the Oculus Rift headset and were offered a 360-degree peek into Henry’s cartoony house as his birthday wish amazingly came to life.

“Henry” is the second film from Oculus Story Studio, an internal production company that Oculus established in 2013 after Facebook bought the VR company. “Lost,” the studio’s first short film, debuted at the Sundance Movie Celebration earlier this year.

“The objective with ‘Henry’ and these brief films isn’t to be an intro to virtual reality,” stated Oculus creator Palmer Luckey. “We’re aiming to develop things with Oculus Story Studio that other people can gain from and develop much better content from as an outcome.”

Luckey added that Oculus isn’t really attempting to create a studio to competing Hollywood’s existing gamers. Instead, with “Henry” and Oculus’ other work, the business is seeking to show VR’s ability and influence studios and production business to produce material beyond marketing efforts connected to other films and home entertainment franchises.

“In a best word, we’ll have all the significant studios making lots of VR content since they’re making tons of cash off of it,” stated Luckey. “That would be much better for us than having to hold up the entire VR industry with our own material. Nintendo handled to do that with their games, but it’s actually rough. It’ll be much healthier to have a diverse environment.”

“Henry” is a completely passive experience that does not require viewers to utilize a controller, aside from tilting their visit see the action inside Henry’s tree-trunk home. However, “Henry” director Ramiro Lopes Dau, a former animator at Pixar, included the ability for the spikey character to look straight at the user during the experience.

“I believe there’s room for all distinction sort of experiences, where they can be more or less interactive,” said Lopes Dau. “In the case of ‘Henry,’ it’s more about the character. We utilize those minutes when he’s pleased or sad to look at you no matter where you’re standing.”

The intro of interactivity in a piece of content described as a brief film pleads the question: Is “Henry” really a film? Or is it a video game? Or something else entirely?

“I don’t believe anyone truly knows,” said Lopes Dau. “Personally, I do not care exactly what it’s called. I just wish to make something that gives you an emotion, tells you a story and is wonderful to you. I don’t care if it’s called a video game, a movie or something else.”

Oculus strategies to bundle “Henry” and other movies and games for complimentary with Oculus Rift. The company has not said just how much the system, which will certainly need a high-end PC to run, will certainly cost when it launches early next year.

The former start-up, which sparked the most recent VR fascination three years ago, now has numerous rivals likewise diving headfirst into the marketplace, consisting of Valve and HTC’s Vive headset and Sony’s Task Morpheus, which works in tandem with the PlayStation 4 console.

‘Ant-Man’ debuts with $58M; ‘Trainwreck’ opens with $30.2 M.

Monday, July 20, 2015|2 a.m.

New York–.

Marvel’s “Ant-Man” punched above its weight at the weekend ticket office, debuting with an estimated $58 million, while Amy Schumer’s “Trainwreck” also opened strongly with $30.2 million.

The outcome for “Ant-Man” didn’t match some of Marvel’s better recognized and brawnier apartments. However “Ant-Man”– a relatively inexpensive superhero motion picture with a $130 million spending plan– still controlled North American multiplexes, edging out the little yellow individuals of Universal’s “Minions,” which took in $50.2 million in its second week.

“Ant-Man,” starring Paul Rudd as a somewhat more irreverent and noticeably smaller superhero, can be found in a little listed below earlier stand-alone Marvel films like “Thor” ($65.7 million in 2011) and “Captain America: The First Avenger” ($65.1 million in 2011).

Dave Hollis, head of distribution at Disney, credited Marvel for successfully broadening its universe both in tone and audience makeup. The motion picture, a more funny break-in film, appealed more to females (42 percent of the audience) and families (28 percent) than many Marvel releases.

“Most encouragingly in this one, the exit ratings we’re seeing from women– their possibility to advise and just how much they delighted in the film– was higher right here than virtually any movie we have actually had,” Hollis stated. “It’s a great indication for exactly what word of mouth need to be for the run, however, 2, what it means for how females think about these motion pictures being for them as much as guys might.”

The next question will be whether the result was strong enough to kick start an “Ant-Man 2.” Though “Ant-Man” had a rocky course to the screen, with director Peyton Reed changing Edgar Wright shortly prior to shooting commenced, its CinemaScore from audiences is an A. It took in $56.4 million abroad.

The opening was closest to 2008’s “The Extraordinary Hulk” ($55 million), the improperly gotten Edward Norton edition that didn’t spawn more installments. Rudd is already to appear as Ant-Man in “Captain America: Civil War.”

“I state this was a success,” stated Paul Dergarabedian, Rentrak’s senior media expert. “This was never moiraied to open with $80 (million) or $100 million. Marvel continues to progress and surprised the audience. This had to do with a perfectly solid result for a brand new commercial property.”

The $30.2 million opening for Schumer’s big-screen debut, “Trainwreck,” which the comedian also composed, made an approximated $30.2 million, making the R-rated Universal release one of the greatest funny successes this summertime. It’s likewise the second best opening for Judd Apatow as a director following “Knocked Up.”

Currently a seriously acclaimed star on Funny Central for her sketch show “Inside Amy Schumer,” Schumer’s transition to films has actually drawn good reviews and opened above expectations, even more showing the power of female moviegoers. The audience was two-thirds ladies, Universal said.

“Amy Schumer is an absolute skill and must have an excellent profession in the motion pictures,” stated Nick Carpou, distribution head for Universal. “The character that she represents very effectively enables modern-day females.”

Opening in simply 5 locations was Woody Allen’s “Irrational Man,” starring Joaquin Phoenix and Emma Stone. The Sony Photo Classic release loaded those theaters for an average of $37,623 per screen.

The Roadside Attractions and Miramax release “Mr. Holmes,” starring Ian McKellen as an aged Sherlock Holmes, debuted with $2.5 million in 363 theaters.

Estimated ticket sales for Friday through Sunday at U.S. and Canadian theaters, according to Rentrak. Where readily available, the most recent worldwide numbers for Friday through Sunday are also consisted of. Last domestic figures will certainly be released Monday:

1. “Ant-Man,” $58 million ($56.4 million international).

2. “Minions,” $50.2 million ($66.2 million international).

3. “Trainwreck,” $30.2 million.

4. “Inside Out,” $11.7 million ($21. 3 million global).

5. “Jurassic World,” $11.4 million ($12.3 million international).

6. “Terminator Genisys,” $5.4 million ($22.2 million global).

7. “Magic Mike XXL,” $4.5 million ($5.8 million global).

8. “Gallows,” $4 million ($2.1 million global).

9. “Ted 2,” $2.7 million ($7.5 million international).

10. “Mr. Holmes,” $2.5 million.

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Estimated ticket sales for Friday through Sunday at international theaters (excluding the united state and Canada), according to Rentrak:

1. “Beast Hunt,” $72 million.

2. “Minions,” $66.2 million.

3. “Jian Bing Male,” $61 million.

4. “Ant-Man,” $56.4 million.

5. “Monkey King: Hero Is Back,” $22.5 million.

6. “Terminator Genisys,” $22.2 million.

7. “Inside Out,” $21.3 million.

8. “Jurassic World,” $12.3 million.

9. “Ted 2,” $7.5 million.

10. “Magic Mike XXL,” $5.8 million.