The Fault in Our Stars fell under the $1 million mark in its seventh weekend at the Brazilian box office, taking $961k from 422 screens.. The film is down 31% from the previous weekend. It is currently reporting a cume of $28.9 million in the market and is the top Fox title of the year in Brazil, outgrossing titles like X-Men: Days of Future Past and Rio 2.
The Fault in our Stars continues to earn well in Brazil. The film added $1.4 million from 498 screens in its sixth weekend in Brazil, a 26% slide from the previous weekend. The film has grossed a total of $27.3 million in Brazil.
How to Train Your Dragon 2 has been able to chisel out a $19.4 million performance in Brazil since opening head-to-head against the World Cup being celebrated in the country. The animated sequel added $1.7 million to its tally in its fourth weekend in release from 789 screens, finishing the weekend in second place on the market.
X-Men: Days of Future Past slowed down to a $257k tally from 181 screens in its eight weekend of release in Brazil, a 44% slide from last weekend. The film has grossed a total of $28.2 million in the market.
How to Train Your Dragon 2 kept the top spot in Brazil after registering a $2.2 million weekend from 851 screens over its third frame in the market. The animated sequel only suffered a 24% from its previous frame in the country and has held on remarkably well for a $16 million cume despite competing against the country’s World Cup celebrations.