Noah collected $1.8 million from 481 locations in Brazil, a 57% dip from last weekend. The film has grossed a strong $27.2 million after four frames Brazil.
Captain America: The Winter Soldier topped the Brazilian box office for the second consecutive week. The superhero sequel grossed $5.9 million from 931 screens for a market-leading $6,385 per-screen average. The Captain America follow up has now grossed $15.2 million in Brazil.
Noah continued to pack theaters over the weekend with a strong $4 million hold from 845 screens. The Biblical epic is Paramount's biggest hit of all time in Brazil with a $23.1 million local cume.
Rio 2 reached a $23 million total after registering a $2.1 million weekend from 760 screens.
Divergent had to take a back seat to the resilient trio of hold-overs, finishing its opening weekend with a $2 million bow from 482 screens.
Son of God failed to attract enough viewers over the religious holiday, taking a paltry $282k opening from 244 screens. The film registered the lowest per-screen average among films on the top ten.
Divergent faced tough competition in its Brazilian debut against formidable hold-overs like Noah, Rio 2, and Captain: America: The Winter Soldier. The opening weekend for the Young Adult adaptation was nevertheless able to perform well in the market with a $2.1 million bow from 381 screens, a 51% increase over Twilight’s opening weekend in the market.
Noah continues to perform well in Brazil. The Biblical epic posted a sturdy hold over its third weekend in Brazil, grossing $3.7 million from 490 cinemas -only a 27% drop from its previous frame. The film finished the weekend in second place and is currently reporting a $22.9 million cume in the market.
Noah is Paramount Pictures International’s highest grossing release of all time in Brazil.
Rio 2 registered another strong hold-over weekend in Brazil, dropping only 7% from the previous frame. The animated sequel took in $2.5 million over the weekend for a third place finish its fourth week of release. Rio 2 has grossed a total of $22.6 million in Brazil.