Sunday, August 30, 2015

International Box Office

Pure animation is somewhat less dominant this week, but there remains plenty of hybrid candidates.

Foreign Weekend Box Office -- (World Totals)>

Terminator Genisys -- $23,600,000 -- ($409,294,045)

Minions -- $14,900,000 -- ($1,018,900,000)

Inside Out -- $10,900,000 -- ($715,625,000)

Ted 2 -- $9,300,000 -- ($190,200,000)

Fantastic Four -- $6,800,000 -- ($144,463,098)

Jurassic World -- $3,900,000 -- ($1,636,700,000)

Pixels -- $5,200,000 -- ($184,234,964)

Ant-Man -- $1,500,000 -- ($368,986,000)

Monster Hunt -- $4,500,000 -- ($375,000,000) ...

The trades tell us:

... With a global cume through Sunday of $409.5M, the latest pic in the Terminator franchise is benefitting from a strong China run. ... [and] now has an $82.8M cume there. The weekend was worth $23.6M in total with $23.4M from China. ...

Minions, which marched past $1B last week, was given a hearty buongiorno in Italy where it bowed No. 1 with a huge $8.5M to become the biggest opening weekend for an animated film ever in that market where it has a 77% share. ... That brings the cume overseas to $694.1M. Combined with the U.S. total of $324.8M, the worldwide cume is $1.02B. In other milestones, Minions overtook Ice Age: Dawn Of Dinosaurs’ $690M yesterday to become the 3rd-highest-grossing animated film of all time internationally. ...

[Inside Out] crossed $700M during the past week worldwide and added Denmark, Finland, Sweden and Singapore to the toon’s territories this frame. With $10.9M more from international play, its global total is now $715.63M after 11 weekends. ...

Ted 2 grossed $4.7M at No. 2 (behind Universal’s own Jurassic World) and 9% above Ted. In Mexico, it was No. 1 with $1.8M. The total weekend dowry is $9.3M in 45 territories for a $109M cume. ...


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