Sunday, November 01, 2015

The Foreign Horse Race

The pictures at the top of the foreign and world markets.

International Weekend Box Office -- (Global Totals)

Hotel Transylvania 2 -- $33,600,000 -- ($373,604,480)

The Martian -- $17,000,000 -- ($428,406,753)

Goosebumps -- $7,100,000 -- ($75,704,415)

Ant-Man -- $11,000,000 -- ($513,742,944)

Pan -- $6,300,000 -- ($107,767,732)

The Walk -- $3,700,000 -- ($38,800,000) ...

Hotel T. #2 has now shot past the original: $373,604,480 to $358,375,603.

The trades tell us:

... There was a Drac attack on offshore box office this frame as Sony’s Hotel Transylvania 2 added just three new markets but sucked up $33.6M at theaters. One of those new plays was China, but with $12.4M, it was only responsible for about a third of the frame. HT2 is winning the family stakes overseas, playing in 82 markets in its 6th weekend for a cume of $217.6M. ...

Fox’s The Martian zoomed back to the top of the international charts last weekend and handily crossed the $200M offshore mark. This frame, the Ridley Scott space drama took its cume to $245.6M in 55 markets. ...

Ant-Man has been getting a leg-up out of China where the cume is now $101.3M. The superhero pic this week surpassed Guardians Of The Galaxy to become the biggest original IP Marvel release in the Middle Kingdom. Earlier this week, Ant-Man passed $500M global box office. It is the 7th consecutive and 9th overall Marvel Cinematic Universe film to reach the milestone. ...


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