Sunday, November 13, 2011

Armistice Day Foreign Derby

The Boy Reporter has fallen from the Top Slot:

... Relativity Media’s Immortals decisively claimed the weekend’s No. 1 box office spot on the foreign theatrical circuit, grossing an estimated $37.1 million. ... Steven Spielberg’s The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn emerged the weekend’s No. 2 title on the foreign theatrical circuit ... Since it opened overseas on Oct. 26, the 3D motion capture animation ... has flown past the $150-million mark ($159.1 million). ...

Some other titles with much animation include ...

... No. 4 title was Disney’s Real Steel, which elevated its foreign cume to $147.5 ... Disney’s The Lion King 3D opened No. 4 in Germany, and generated $4.8 million overall in its 14th weekend overseas in some 40 markets. International cume stands at $58.6 million. Still playing just four offshore markets and collecting $4.5 million on the weekend from 1,220 locations was DreamWorks Animation’s Puss In Boots, which has claimed via Paramount a total foreign gross to date of $48.1 million.

Toting up the scorecard, worldwide totals for Lion King in the Third Dimension are $158 million, and Puss in Boots has collected $157.1 million, with most of the cat's foreign revenues still to come in.


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