Sunday, March 30, 2014

World Box Office

Animation's global take:

International Weekend Box Office -- (Worldwide Totals)

Mr. Peabody and Sherman -- $17,800,000 -- ($218,808,813)

Rio 2 -- $14,100,000 -- ($29,700,000)

Frozen -- $8,000,000 -- ($1,072,402,000)

Lego Movie -- $2,600,000 -- ($400,503,720)

The trades tell us:

... Warner Bros’ The Lego Movie has passed the $400M mark worldwide, constructing a cume of $400.5M. The domestic total is now $248.3M and international is $152.2M. ...

Strong perfs from Mr Peabody & Sherman, Rio 2, The Monuments Men and The Grand Budapest Hotel helped 20th Century Fox International pass the $500M mark for 2014 this weekend.

Notably, Rio 2, the sequel to the 2011 hit, made history in Brazil where it had the biggest opening ever for an animated film, and the biggest opening of the year across the board. ...

Frozen has broken Toy Story 3‘s record to become the highest-grossing global animated release in history. The Oscar winner surpassed TS3 this weekend with a worldwide cume of $1.072B, and also entered the list of the Top 10 box office hits of all time. ...


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