Sunday, October 14, 2012

Your Foreign Turnstile Receipts

Ted continues to rake in the money overseas.

Ted grossed $13.9 million on the weekend at 2,900 playdates in 44 markets. Overseas cume stands at $250.5 million while the worldwide take, at $469 million, makes Seth MacFarlane’s comedy fantasy the biggest grossing R-rated comedy of all time. ...

And the 100% animated titles are doing pretty well also:

Hotel Transylvania drew $13.7 million on the weekend overall at 3,560 locations in 24 territories. The family animation outing in 3D has grossed $49.3 million so far overseas. ...

Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted delivered $10.4 million from 2,360 situations in 29 countries, thus elevating the film’s foreign gross total to $465.2 million. ...

Ice Age: Continental Drift grossed $3.3 million at 721 spots in four markets. That weekend action elevated the film’s foreign gross to $707 million. ...

Frankenweenie opened offshore in nine markets this round, collecting $4.9 million on the weekend. Early offshore cume for the Disney release stands at $5.3 million.

What's notable here is not only the number of animated titles in play, but the grosses most of them are racking up.

Worldwide Receipts

Frankenweenie -- $27,335,000
Hotel Transylvania -- $151,493,000
Ice Age: Continental Drift -- $866,809,000
Madagascar 3 -- $681,566,000

With the exception of the stop-motion Frankenweenie, all the above titles are doing gangbuster business.


Ty said...

Did Brave finish is run in foreign markets? It seems like its been awhile since its been mentioned in one of these kind of post.

Steve Hulett said...

Brave has so far earned $528,663,471, 55.6% of that overseas.

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