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LOS ANGELES – Two American warriors, Brad Pitt and Rambo, did not match the British nobility “Downton Abbey,” as the TV show U.K's box office was successfully adapted this weekend.

“Downton” raised $ 31 million strong in the US and Canada, according to projections, a healthy start that mitigates the trend of recent TV-to-film failures.

“Ad Astra,” an external space play in which Mr Pitt was an astronaut, collected $ 19.2 million, coming second, landing your film with a $ 80 million budget. “Ad Astra” follows some other titles, from “Stuber” to “Dark Phoenix,” which inherited from them.

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“Rambo: Last Blood”, with 73 year old Sylvester Stallone, who holds the final installment of the franchise, collected $ 19 million healthy in third place. In this film, John Rambo, who fought Soviet in the 1980s, travels to Mexico to take a drug cartel. Released it

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The opening of “Downton” is the best ever for Focus Features, the specialty section of the Irish language

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About three quarters of the audience were women and 60% were over 35 years of age.

“Downton” was very popularly exported almost immediately after the first performance in the United States. In early 2011. Members of television television take up their roles in the film, bringing up the bets and going on a pending visit from Queen Mary.

“It's like when your best friend is from high school, and you haven't seen them in the last five years, but then you go back together and it seems like no time has elapsed,” said Lisa Bunnell, President Focus distribution.

Popular TV series varies from large screen to automatic success at all times. Many attempts have been made in recent years – including “Baywatch,” “Chips” and “The Man From U.N.C.L …

Focus challenged their hands: Convincing filmmakers that a trip to the theater was essential for a story they knew at home. The studio dealt with the release such as the opening of supervised superhero films, encouraging viewers to dress up in flapper dresses and hosting tea parties in certain places.

The initial “Downton” audience rated CinemaScore market researchers as “A”. “Rambo” “B” and “Ad Astra” got “B-.”

Write Schwartzel Erich at erich.schwartzel@wsj.com

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