Sunday, September 25, 2016

Foreign Box Office

A Western remake and a new animated feature roll onto the big international list.


Bridget Jones's Baby -- $21,900,000 -- ($83,600,000)

The Magnificent Seven -- $19,200,000 -- ($59,800,000)

Storks -- $18,300,000 -- ($40,100,000)

The Secret Life Of Pets -- $8,100,000 -- ($820,900,000)

Sully -- $6,500,000 -- ($126,900,000)

Finding Dory -- $5,300,000 -- ($969,800,000)

As Deadline says:

... Storks swooped into 33 international markets for an estimated $18.3M debut. Family friendly Latin America was a strong play with about 40% of the total estimated weekend box office. The film came in No. 1 in nearly all markets there (save Peru and Argentina where it was No. 2 behind local pics). ...

Disney/Pixar’s Finding Dory found another $5.3M in 14 territories. With Germany still to come, the forgetful blue tang continues to swim closer to the $1B worldwide mark. Current stats are: $484.2M domestic, $485.6M international and $969.8M global. ...

Disney’s Pete's Dragon made $2.9M in 30 offshore markets this frame to get the international cume closer to $50M at $47.5M to date. The worldwide cume is $121.7M ahead of bows in Brazil and Kore next session. ...

Kubo an the Two String grossed an estimated $1.8M in 27 territories for an< international total of $12.6M. Combined with Focus Features’ U.S. total of $45.9M, the worldwide gross is $58.1M. France, which leans towards this sort of fare, opened 317 dates to $754K for the No. 2 Laika launch ever, 15% behind Coraline. ...

Bridget Jones’s Baby delivered a strong $21.9M in 47 territories. That takes the international total to $67.1M for a worldwide cume to date of $83.6M. ...


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