Immortals opened day and date in 35 territories, including China (through Relativity's co-venture with Skyland), Germany, Italy, the U.K., South Korea, Japan and South Korea.
Immortals, Jack and Jill and J. Edgar all received a B CinemaScore.
As with Immortals, Jack and Jill and J. Edgar are counting on strong legs as Hollywood heads into Thanksgiving.
"I think we're in good shape. No one gets better multiples than Adam Sandler," Sony president of worldwide distribution Rory Bruer said.
Families made up 53 percent of the audience for Jack and Jill, which cost $80 million to produce. Bedtime Stories, after opening to $27.5 million domestically, grossed $101. million in North American and $102.8 million internationally for a worldwide cume of $212.9 million.
Warner Bros. says J. Edgar is poised to play well to adults throughout Thanksgiving. A full 94 percent of those going to see the biopic of the legendary F.B.I head were over the age of 25, and 66 percent over the age of 50.
"I opened on this date for a reason," Warner Bros. president of domestic distribution Dan Fellman said.