Sunday, February 16, 2014

Foreign B.O.

It's fragrant with the smell of money.

Weekend International Box Office -- (World Totals)

The Lego Movie -- $27,700,000 -- ($180,312,930 )

Frozen -- $18,200,000 -- ($955,746,000)

Mr. Peabody and Sherman -- $5,000,000 -- ($9,700,000) ...

The Disney musical is closing in on a billion dollars. (There's undoubtedly dancing on Dopey Drive.)

The latest DreamWorks cartoon is only out in very limited release, but seems to be performing well.

And the other big animated movie in the world marketplace?

Warner Bros.’ numbers on The Lego Movie have come in and they are, as expected, great numbers. It opened in the UK to $13.4M at No. 1 which accounted for a substantial amount of its $27.7M weekend. The cume for Lego is now $51.2M. Combined with domestic estimates for the four-day holiday weekend, the new worldwide cume estimate is $111M+. It will bow in France on Feb. 19, followed by Italy the following day and Russia next as it continues its international run. It’s currently in 42 markets on 7,100 screens. ...


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