Christopher Nolan’s “Tenet” continued to lead the box office in its third weekend of release, taking in $6.7 million at North American theaters and surpassing the $200 million mark internationally, according to industry estimates released Sunday.

The thriller starring John David Washington — the first major international Hollywood release since theaters shut down in March due to the coronavirus pandemic — has now grossed $207 million, the industry tracking group Comscore reported.

“The New Mutants” grossed $2.1 million Friday through Sunday in its third weekend at theaters in the United States and Canada.

“Unhinged,” a violent thriller starring Russell Crowe, grossed $1.5 million in its fourth weekend.

“Words On Bathroom Walls,” based on the novel by Julia Walton, earned an estimated $241,740 for a four-week total of $1.9 million.

“The Personal History of David Copperfield” earned an estimated $193,000 in its third weekend for a total of $1.4 million.

In new releases, the romantic comedy “The Broken Hearts Gallery” took in $1.125 million, while “Rent-A-Pal” made $20,000 at 56 screens, Comscore reported.

Paramount’s “The Spongebob Movie: Sponge On The Run,” which is playing in Canada only, earned $205,000 in its fifth weekend for a cumulative total of $3.94 million.

Movie theaters in Los Angeles County remain closed indefinitely, but Orange County reopened its theaters with limited capacity this weekend.

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