Sunday, February 14, 2016

Your International B.O.

Super heroes and chubby pandas are in the mix. And the new Disney talking animal cartoon has been launched.


Deadpool -- $125,000 -- ($260,000,000)

Kung Fu Panda 3 -- $14,600,000 -- ($256,112,38)

Alvin and the Chipmunks -- $15,300,000 -- ($192,167,000)

Star Wars 7 -- $4,300,000 -- ($2,026,638,964)

Zootopia -- $4,500,000 -- ($4,500,000) ...

An entertainment journal of record notes:

... Taking advantage of school holidays in various markets, Disney’s Zootopia began opening in a very limited number of international markets this weekend, earning $2.8M in Spain and an additional $1.7M in Belgium and Denmark for a total of $4.5M. It was the No. 1 family film in all 3 markets it debuted in for the weekend. Opening in mid-term school holidays, it was the biggest ever animated opening for a Disney or Pixar movie in Belgium. ...

Alvin & the Chipmunks just packed in another $15.3M from 52 markets for Fox which is having a heck of a weekend. The animated family film just crossed $100M this weekend internationally for a total cume of $108M. ...

The third installment of Kung Fu Panda continues to kick it, adding another $14.5M to its coffers in its third weekend of release. It has grossed an international cume of $162.1M so far picking up another $1.2M in Russia where it is second only to Deadpool. Of course, in China, it has grossed over $100M in three weeks time and pocketed another $10.7M this weekend to bring the market cume to $124.6M. ...

We should also note that The Peanuts Movie is still in release overseas, and has now raked in $114,159,589, up from $104 million last weekend.

And The Good Dinosaur now has a foreign gross of $184,300,000, now 60.3% of global earnings that now total $305,498,000.


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