Sunday, May 31, 2015

World Grosses

The CG animation (and anime), thye frolic at the global box office.


San Andreas -- $60,000,000 -- ($113,215,000)

Tomorrowland -- $29,300,000 -- ($133,188,651)

Mad Max Fury -- $21,600,000 -- $280,914,534)

Stand By Me: Doraemon -- $30,000,000 -- ($127,000,000)

Avengers II -- $17,600,000 -- ($1,321,270,025)

Home -- $2,700,000 -- ($368,408,530)

Furious 7 -- $1,700,000 -- ($1,506,231,025)

And the trades inform us:

... New entry "San Andreas" leads the international box office frame with $60M from 60 markets. The disaster pic scored No. 1 bows in 55 countries, performing especially well in Mexico. Also notably playing internationally are holdovers Tomorrowland, "Mad Max: Fury Road", "Avengers: Age Of Ultron", and "Pitch Perfect 2"; along with Japanese anime "Stand By Me Doraemon". The latter, a summer 2014 release in its country of origin, landed in China this week with a $30M start that makes it the No. 2 international title of the session behind "San Andreas". ...

Disney’s "Tomorrowland" added $29.3M this frame with China jumping in as the No. 1 offshore market. Beginning its Middle Kingdom run on Tuesday, "Tomorrowland" amassed $13.8M there. ...

In its 3rd frame, "Mad Max: Fury Road" drove up another $21.6M from 9,742 screens in 70 markets. That takes the international cume to $165M. ...

Disney/Marvel’s "Avengers: Age Of Ultron" took in another $17.6M during the current session for an international total of $894.2M and a global haul of $1.32B. It’s playing in 91 offshore markets with China in the lead at $225.5M, followed by Korea ($82.1M), the UK ($71.7M), Mexico ($49.9M) and Brazil ($46.8M). ...


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