Now with Reporteresque Add On.
The trade papers inform us that animation remains a major player in non-U.S. venues.
Trio Atop Overseas Box Office -- "Tangled," "Green Hornet," "Little Fokcers" draw crowd ...
It seems as though the long-haired girl with the skillet is hanging in there.
... ["The Green Hornet"] landed in the midst of several holdovers like "Little Fockers" and "Tangled," all of which ran a horse race for the overseas B.O. crown. Disney's "Tangled" came in with $15.6 million.
... "Tangled" held well in Oz with $3.1 million, slipping 47% from the toon's record-setting Australian bow last weekend. The pic now stands as the market's biggest debut ever for a nonsequel animated pic ...
Further, as Box Office Mojo reports: "['Tangled'] will easily pass $400 million worldwide this weekend before opening in the United Kingdom and South Africa on Jan. 28. ...'
Add On: Lastly. The Hollywood Reporter informs that:
... Tangled has generated $231.8 million overseas. Its worldwide total stands at $418.1 million. ...
Of course, the little long-haired girl is still a financial failure for the Mouse, but what you gonna do? Just let her hang out there and keep making money, I guess.
Happily, the Yogster still ambles along.
"Yogi Bear" pushed its overseas cume to $22.7 million thanks to a $5.9 million weekend from some 2,000 screens in 15 markets. Its second Australia round provided $2.5 million from 383 sites for a market cume of $9 million.
The cash keeps rolling in from various points of the globe.