Sex Tape couldn't find a big audience in its Brazilian debut, as the comedy opened to $740k from 232 screens. It finished its opening weekend in the market in third place. Sex Tape has struggled to find audiences at home and abroad, currently registering a $76.8 million worldwide cume.
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes occupied the #5 spot in its fifth frame in Brazil. The sequel brought in $638k from 358 screens to reach a $24.1 million market cume. Dawn of the Planet of the Apes has grossed a total of $353.1 million overseas.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles took the #1 spot in Brazil over the weekend with a $6 million debut from 456 locations. The film came in 10% above the opening weekend of Guardians of the Galaxy in the market.
The Fault in our Stars is the most successful film in Brazil so far this year according to admissions figures. The teen drama stills ranks as the #2 title of 2014 in terms of box office, behind Maleficent, but admissions for the surprise hit have been extraordinary for Fox in the market. Stars took in $114k from its tenth weekend in 124 screens in Brazil. The film’s market cume currently stands at $30.9 million
Dawn 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.