Sunday, November 08, 2015

Your Worldwide B.O.

The Peanuts Movie rolls out with gusto.

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE -- (World Totals)

Spectre -- $117,800,000 -- ($296,100,000)

Peanuts -- $4,600,000 -- ($49,600,000

The Martian -- $9,300,000 -- ($458,467,346

Hotel Transylvania 2 -- $15,000,000 -- ($404,243,404)

Pan -- $2,800,000 -- ($113,471,350)

As our fine entertainment journals tell us:

... This is the second consecutive international frame to be led by James Bond and Spectre — and it won’t be the last with China, France, Australia and Korea on deck this week. With No. 1 debuts in 71 more markets this session, Eon/MGM/Sony Pictures’ spy actioner picked up a further $117.8M. ...

Also opening internationally, Fox’s The Peanuts Movie was in limited release in just 11 markets with $4.6M. ...

Sony’s animated sequel Hotel Transylvania 2 has crossed $400M worldwide this weekend to become the studio’s top grossing title of 2015. Originally opening to a September record in North America, Genndy Tartakovsky 3D pic that stars the voice of Adam Sandler, now has a global cume of $404.2M. This weekend, it added $15M offshore from over 16,300 screens in 80 markets. ...

The Martian grew a further $9.3M this weekend as the Ridley Scott success rides to $261.4M internationally. ...


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