300: Rise of an Empire continues to rule the Brazilian box office after scoring another weekend atop the country's top ten chart. The 300 sequel kept 45% of the Top 5 market share in Brazil with a $3.5 million gross from 776 screens. The running total for the film currently stands at $10.9 million.
Mr. Peabody & Sherman earned $1.13 million from 617 screens over its second weekend in Brazil. The film reports a 10-day running total of $4.76 million.
300: Rise of an Empire recorded the industry's biggest March opening of all time in Brazil with a $5.8 million bow from 795 screens It is the fourth biggest Brazilian opening of all time for a Warner Bros. release and the biggest for a film with a 16-rating.
Dallas Buyers Club opened outside the top ten in its opening in Brazil. The drama saw a limited release at 41 dates and took a $112k total.
Despite placing 12th on the top ten chart, Dallas Buyers Club registered the fourth highest per-screen average in the market over the weekend.