Sunday, July 15, 2012

Summer Derbies in Foreign Lands

So lookee here. It opened a wee bit soft stateside, but the Ice Age menagerie is robust overseas:

Reclaiming the No. 1 foreign box office perch it relinquished last round to The Amazing Spider-Man, 20th Century Fox’s Ice Age: Continental Drift logged its biggest overseas weekend to date, grossing $95.2 million from 14,131 venues in 64 markets. ...

Brave, released by Disney, is playing in 17 foreign markets, and drew $6.5 million on the weekend. Pixar’s latest animation title has grossed $46.8 million offshore compared with its $195.6 million domestic cume.

Meantime, Seth M.'s Ted has collected $31.5 million to rank #3 on the weekend.

And our worldwide totals?

Brave -- $242,396,000

Ice Age: Continental Drift -- $385,000,000

Madagascar 3 -- $473,832,000

Ted -- $190,293,000

Not a flop among them, although some are bigger hits than others.


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