Brazil

'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1' Opens to $8.8M in Brazil on November 23, 2014

mockingjay_still_b.jpgThe Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 benefited from a long holiday weekend in Brazil to take over the box office. The film captured 60% of the market share with an $8.8 million opening weekend, second only to Mexico in Latin America. The latest Hunger Games film grossed $275 million worldwide in a day-and-date release that included 85 overseas markets.

'Interstellar' Floats Above $5M Mark on November 23, 2014

interstellarchina.pngInterstellar earned $927k from 336 screens over its third weekend in Brazil. The sci-fi flick has now grossed a total of $5.3 million in the market. Interstellar is shaping up to be one of the biggest box office hits of the year with $329 million overseas and $449.7 million worldwide.

 

 

'Dracula Untold' Still Alive in Brazil as it Nears $12M Mark on November 23, 2014

Dracula-Untold-1.jpgDracula Untold is still alive at the Brazilian box office. The film took in $646k at 249 dates over the weekend. Dracula Untold has grossed a total of $11.9 million after 32 days of release in Brazil. The film has earned a total of $156.7 million from its overseas release.

'Interstellar' Nears $4M in Brazil on November 16, 2014

interstellarstill2.pngInterstellar enjoyed a strong hold over its second weekend in Brazil. The film earned $1.5 million from 416 screens, only a 19% slide from its opening weekend numbers. Interstellar has grossed a total of $3.9 million in Brazil. Christopher Nolan's sci-fi epic has grossed a total of $224.1 million overseas and $321.9 million worldwide.

'Dracula Untold' Stays Alive in Brazil on November 16, 2014

wd486ogb5sadn7rlahfh.jpgDracula Untold continues to perform in Brazil, finishing its fourth weekend in the market in third place overall. The film registered a $1.1 million tally in its latest frame, finishing the weekend with a 25-day cume of $10.9 million. Dracula Untold has earned a total of $153.1 million outside of North America and $208.8 million globally.


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