Next weekend’s big domestic release, Paramount and Skydance’s Gemini Man, got a head start internationally this weekend. The Ang Lee-directed action flick, shot in 120 frames-per-second (most movies are shot in 24-frames-per-second), stars Will Smith as an aging assassin who gets hunted by a younger clone of himself. The film has earned mixed reviews thus far (I’m seeing it tomorrow night) and earned $7 million in what amounts to 18% of its international footprint. It topped the box office in all five territories (France, Germany, Switzerland, Austria and Israel) and will open around the world this weekend. Bollywood’s War is continuing to pull in record-breaking opening numbers following its Wednesday debut in India. The Hrithik Roshan/Tiger Shroff action spectacular opened on Wednesday in India (and North America, yes I had a good time with it) with a record-crushing 53.5 million (in Indian currency) in its first day in India, which is around $7.5 million in converted US dollars, setting an opening day record for a Bollywood flick. At last glance, the film has earned 25 million crore (around $3.53 million) on Saturday for a four-day cume of 125.15 million crore (around $17.7 m...