Sunday, October 05, 2008

Animation Grosses Abroad

Wall-E still lags Kung Fu Panda on the international b.o. circuit, but it's rolling along:

Pixar/Disney's "WALL-E" claimed the weekend's second spot internationally with $10.9 million from 3,583 screens in 35 territories, hiking its overseas cume to $230.3 million -- $9.5 million more than the animation title's domestic take. The big contributor was Germany, where "WALL-E" beat its opening weekend by 10% with an estimated $5.4 million from 780 locations.

Panda has collected $412.5 million beyond our shores.

And that talking Chihuahuar has slurped up $4.8 million in selected foreign markets.


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