WEEKEND FOREIGN BOX OFFICE -- (WORLD TOTALS)
The Martian -- $45,200,000 -- ($100,200,000
Hotel Transylvania 2 -- $20,400,000 -- ($150,341,765)
Inside Out -- $12,600,000 -- ($792,252,737)
Minions -- $6,000,000 -- ($1,145,310,590)
Pixels -- $1,800,000 -- ($236,315,894)
Jurassic World -- $400,000 -- ($1,664,000) ...
And a fine trade journal tells us:
... HOTEL TRANSYLVANIA 2 continued to bring in audiences with another $20.4M on over 6,300 screens in 50 markets. It has kept very strong holds in its second weekend, dropping only 33% overall. The international cume on this animated family film from Sony rose to $59.8M in only 34% of its international footprint. ...
Universal and Illumination Entertainment’s Minions on Friday weekend passed Iron Man 3’s $806.4M tally to become the 10th highest-grossing film of all time internationally. This comes after last weekend, the animated family film passed Transformers: Dark of the Moon’s worldwide total ($1.124B) to become the 10th highest-grossing film of all time worldwide. The weekend haul for Minions this weekend is another $6M in 44 territories for a new international cume of $811.4M.
Inside Out opened to No. 1 and with a whopping $7.1M in Germany this weekend. ... It's also now the highest-grossing Disney Animation or Pixar release of all time in Singapore and Thailand. And to top that off, it is also the highest-grossing Disney release of all time in Israel (animated or live-action). ... Tuesday, the animated film will bow in its final market of China. ...
And the world's thirst for animated features remains unquenched.