'Penguins of Madagascar' is the Top Film in Brazil for Third Consecutive Weekend on February 02, 2015


Penguins of Madagascar is the box office champion for a third consecutive weekend in Brazil. The animated film grossed $1.85 million from 721 screens in its third weekend on the market. The film has now grossed a blockbuster $13.42 million in the country. Penguins of Madagascar crossed the $250 million in overseas earnings this weekend.

'Taken 3' Continues to Trail 'Penguins of Madagascar' on February 02, 2015


Taken 3 finished its second weekend in Brazil in second place, still trailing the box office hot streak of Penguins of Madagascar. The hold-over performance brought in $1.5 million from 444 screens, lifting the market total of Taken 3 in Brazil to $4.7 million. Taken 3 has grossed a total of $164.5 million in its overseas run.

'Birdman,' 'Theory of Everything' Open in Brazil on February 02, 2015


A pair of art-house titles opened in Brazil over the weekend, somewhat overshadowed by the strong runs of Penguins of Madagascar and Taken 3 at the box office. The Theory of Everything took a #6 debut with a $500k bow from 57 dates, finishing the weekend with the best per-screen average on the market. Meanwhile, Birdman enjoyed a $346k debut from 77 screens -a good opening in itself. The Theory of Everything has grossed a total of $51.2 million overseas, while Birdman has grossed $26 million outside of North America.

'Exodus: Gods and Kings' Keeps Top Spot in Brazil for Second Consecutive Weekend on January 04, 2015


Exodus: Gods and Kings held on to the top spot at the Brazilian box office for a second consecutive weekend. The film brought in $4.49 million from 876 screens in its sophomore frame, a 26% drop from its opening weekend. Exodus: Gods and Kings has grossed a total of $13.96 million in Brazil.

'Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb' Opens at #2 with $3M Bow on January 04, 2015


Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb opened as the #2 film in Brazil over the weekend. The film pulled in $3.06 million from 610 screens in its Brazilian debut. The weekend tally is 38% bigger than the first installment in the Night at the Museum franchise and 32% more than the sequel.

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