Mauricio Ochmann-Fernanda Castillo Starrer ‘Ya Veremos’ Posts Bumper Mexican Debut Ahead Of Stateside Bow

A bittersweet drama, Ya Veremos, (We’ll see) had the second-biggest opening weekend beating out Mission Impossible: Fallout. Pantelion Films based in Santa Monica distributed the film which has gain popularity in the Mexican film industry. The film proves to show that Mexican films are gaining momentum in the Latino community in comparison to American films especially in a country like Mexico with a global box office $100M worldwide.


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A bittersweet drama, Ya Veremos, (We’ll see) had the second-biggest opening weekend beating out Mission Impossible: Fallout. Pantelion Films based in Santa Monica distributed the film which has gain popularity in the Mexican film industry. The film proves to show that Mexican films are gaining momentum in the Latino community in comparison to American films especially in a country like Mexico with a global box office $100M worldwide.

Bittersweet drama Ya Veremos (We’ll See) has posted the second-biggest opening weekend ever for a Mexican film in its home market, beating out Mission: Impossible — Fallout (in its second week), Christopher Robin and other studio fare in the process.

The film’s top-spot $3.9M ($73M Mexican Pesos) weekend haul was second in the all-time rankings behind 2013 box office sensation Instructions Not Included, the most successful Spanish-language film ever at the global box office, which raked in $45M stateside for Lionsgate’s Pantelion and $100M worldwide. Pantelion also has Ya Veremos stateside so will be hoping for a strong number over the Labor Day weekend.

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