Sunday, November 06, 2016

International Box Office

Here's a surprise. There's super heroes attracting eyeballs in lands beyond our shores. Also cartoons.


Doctor Strange -- $118,700,000 -- ($325,400,000

Trolls -- $30,300,000 -- ($149,600,000)

The Accountant -- $13,100,000 -- ($109,400,000)

Inferno -- $11,400,000 -- ($185,400,000)

Miss Peregrine's Home -- $3,600,000 -- ($253,470,302)

Storks -- $2,900,000 -- ($168,208,504)

Finding Dory -- $1,600,000 -- ($1,024,018,426)

Kubo and the Two Strings -- $300,000 -- ($68,676,521) ...

As an entertainment journal informs us:

... Great word-of-mouth is encouraging folks to make an appointment with Doctor Strange as the film continues to conjure mystical numbers in its 2nd frame. The sophomore weekend was worth $118.7M in 53 material territories. The overall international cume is now $240.4M after 13 days and $325.4M globally

Trolls keeps dancing with a $30.3M weekend to bring the offshore total to $104M. Poppy power was in force in 67 markets including the top new play of Mexico with a $2.7M start for No. 1. ...

Inferno added $11.4M this weekend for an international cume of $159.3M as the Tom Hanks-starrer continues to play with international auds. The latest in Ron Howard and Brian Grazer’s Dan Brown franchise is currently in 61 total markets and has France on deck next weekend. ...

A futher $3.6M for the Fox release of Tim Burton’s fantasy Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiar Children brings the total to $170M overseas in 30 markets. The total offshore has surpassed the lifetimes of Snow White And The Huntsman and Oz: The Great And Powerful in the same bucket of markets. ...


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