Sunday, July 31, 2016

Your World Box Office

Wooly mammoths and fuzzy animals still fill theater screens beyond our shores.

Foreign Weekend Box Office -- (World Totals)

Jason Bourne -- $50,100,000 -- ($110,100,000)

The Secret Life Of Pets -- $29,500,000 -- ($395,200,000)

Star Trek Beyond -- $13,000,000 -- ($160,500,000)

Ice Age: Collision Course -- $19,500,000 -- $253,700,000)

League Of Gods -- $30,5000,000 -- ($30,500,000)

Finding Dory -- $23,600,000 -- ($830,512,930)

The Legend of Tarzan -- $22,500,000 -- ($309,056,210)

Ghostbusters -- $10,700,000 -- ($158,271,471) ...

Meantime the trade papers tell us:

... The Secret Life of Pets barked up another $29.5M this weekend in 21 territories. The international total is now $99M with 48 more markets to go over the next few months. ...

Finding Dory has this week become the No. 5 film of the year at the worldwide box office with a cume of $831M through Sunday. The extended rollout continued this frame as Dory rode a $10.8M wave into the UK for the 2nd biggest ever Pixar or Disney animated bow ever, behind Toy Story 3. In total, the international weekend was worth $23.6M in 46 territories. ...

[The Legend of Tarzan had] a total session of $22.35M in 64 markets. The international cume to date on the Alexander Skarsgard-starrer is $187.2M. ...

With few new markets added this frame, the 5th Ice Age movie charted $19.5M in its 5th session of offshore play. The international cume is now $211.6M with several markets to come including Italy on August 22 and China on August 23. ...

Ghostbusters after three weekends has slimed $52.1M worth of moviegoers in overseas markets. Russia and Italy got in on the girl-power this frame, helping boost the session to $10.7M. Russia was a No. 1 start with $2.8M from 2,100 screens. ...


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