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'Apes' Reaches $20M in its Second Weekend in Brazil on August 10, 2014

apes.pngDawn of the Planet of the Apes finished in second place in its third frame in Brazil. The sequel was only 37% down from its previous box office outing in Brazil with a $2.6 million haul from 716 screens. The strong hold puts the Apes sequel in the $20 million dollar club with a market total of $20.5 million. 68 percent of the box office for the film in Brazil has come from 3D screenings.

'Apes' Reaches $20M in its Second Weekend in Brazil on August 10, 2014

apes.pngDawn of the Planet of the Apes finished in second place in its third frame in Brazil. The sequel was only 37% down from its previous box office outing in Brazil with a $2.6 million haul from 716 screens. The strong hold puts the Apes sequel in the $20 million dollar club with a market total of $20.5 million. 68 percent of the box office for the film in Brazil has come from 3D screenings.

'Guardians of the Galaxy' Leads Brazilian Box Office on August 04, 2014

guardians2.pngGuardians of the Galaxy posted a $5.4 million debut from Brazil, where the film posted its fourth biggest haul from its initial 42 overseas territories. The Brazilian debut was only behind Russia ($13M), the UK ($10.8M), and Mexico ($6.5M) among the film’s top grossing foreign markets in its first frame worldwide. Guardians finished its first weekend at the box office with a $160.4 million global cume following a stellar $94 million bow from North America.

'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes' Crosses $15M Mark on August 04, 2014

apes.pngDawn of the Planet of the Apes posted a strong hold in its second weekend in Brazil, dropping only 39% from its opening weekend for a $4.1 million haul. The Apes film played in 800 screens over the weekend and has grossed a total of $16.4 million to date in Brazil.

'Transformers: Age of Extinction' Continues to Succeed in Brazil on August 04, 2014

Transformers-4-2.jpgTransformers: Age of Extinction took in $1.7 million from 470 locations in its third weekend in Brazil, a 49% slide from its first hold-over frame in the market. The film has grossed a total of $25.3 million to date in Brazil.


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