'X-Men: Days of Future Past' Scores Fox's Biggest Opening of All Time in Brazil with $8M Bow on May 25, 2014

x-menstill3.jpgX-Men: Days of Future Past posted a surprisingly strong debut in Brazil, where it eclipsed Rio 2 to become Fox's biggest opening weekend in the market with an $8 million bow. The film posted stronger opening numbers than Dark Knight Rises, Thor 2, and Captain America: The Winter Soldier. The latest installment of the X-Men franchise topped the weekend chart in Brazil, where it played in 996 screens.

'The Amazing Spider-Man 2' Nears $25M Mark on May 25, 2014

tasm2.pngThe Amazing Spider-Man 2 is close to hitting a major benchmark in Brazil after finishing its latest frame in the market with a $23.9 million cume, just a step away from the $25 million mark. The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is looking to unseat its immediate predecessor's $29.8 million lifetime gross to become the highest Spider-Man film of all time in the market.

'Godzilla' Records $4.5M Opening Weekend on May 18, 2014

image.jpgGodzilla opened in 730 screens in Brazil, taking $4.15 million with 608k admissions to top the country's box office. Godzilla took 50% of the top 5 market share with 3D screenings representing 72% of the box office.

'The Amazing Spider-Man 2' Opens 76% Ahead of the Original in Brazil with $10.5M Bow on May 04, 2014


The Amazing Spider-Man 2 took a $10.5 million opening in Brazil, a 76% improvement over the debut of its immediate predecessor. The Spidey sequel ran away with the #1 spot in Brazil as it looks to improve upon its grosses across the board in order to top the previous installment’s $758 million global total. The Amazing Spider-Man 2 has grossed a total of $377 million worldwide after three weeks of release, including this weekend’s $92 million opening from North America.

'Noah' Nears $30M Mark in Brazil on May 04, 2014

noahmovie.jpgNoah sailed to a $6.6 million take from 3,908 locations in 54 territories during its 7th weekend of release overseas. The Biblical epic has now grossed a total of $233.4 million outside of North America and $332.4 million worldwide. Brazil continues to hold strong for Darren Aronofsky’s latest, contributing $1.7 million from 393 cinemas –a 16% dip in its fifth frame- to finish third in the market and reach a $29.6 million local cume.


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