Sunday, August 14, 2016

International Box Office

This week's overseas (and world) totals.


Suicide Squad -- $58,700,000 -- ($465,400,000)

The Secret Life Of Pets -- $40,000,000 -- ($592,600,000)

Sausage Party -- $2,600,000 -- ($36,200,000)

Jason Bourne -- $18,600,000 -- ($246,200,000)

Finding Dory -- $8,100,000 -- ($897,400,000)

The Jungle Book -- $6,200,000 -- ($947,800,000)

Pete's Dragon -- $5,100,000 -- ($26,600,000)

The Legend Of Tarzan -- $4,100,000 -- ($347,008,688)

Ice Age: Collision Course -- $6,100,000 -- ($305,942,747)

Star Trek Beyond -- $2,500,000 -- ($211,279,949)

Independence Day: Resurgence -- $1,300,000 -- ($382,570,912)

X-Men: Apocalypse -- $3,100,000 -- ($539,701,327)

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles -- $1,700,000 -- ($239,012,726) ...

Kindly note that, as it is with domestic box office, so it is with international. Lots of CG cartoons, and lots of live-action with animated visual effects. There seems to be a trend.

... An $8.1M weekend lifts Finding Dory to $420.6M internationally and $897.4M worldwide. ...

Swinging up a further $6.2M in four territories, Disney’s The Jungle Book opened notably in Japan, its final market. The four-day haul in Japan was $6.2M. That wasn’t good enough to top The Secret Life Of Pets, but there’s no need to shed a tear for little Mowgli and big Baloo, as the film closes in on $950M worldwide. ...

Skating past $300M globally, Ice Age: Collision Course added $6.1M this frame in 52 international markets. France was the top holdover at $854K for a 47% drop in its 5th week. The cume there is $20.1M. Germany also held well in its 6th frame for a total $22.6M. ...

Never underestimate the power of pet owners. With a $40M weekend, The Secret Life Of Pets helped push Universal Pictures International over the $1B mark for the 10th consecutive year. ...

Sausage Party is just getting started overseas where rollout began in nine markets this frame to ring up $2.6M from over 470 screens. ...

Pete's Dragon opened to $5.1M. With an A CinemaScore domestically and great reviews, it’s still got a lot of play to go overseas. The major launch markets were Russia, Italy and the UK. ...


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