Transformers: Age of Extinction opened to a spectacular $16.5 million take in Brazil over the weekend. The film screened in 510 locations and has already passed the lifetime cumulative run of all three previous entries of the franchise combined.
Blended opened against Transformers: Age of Extinction in Brazil this weekend, with the Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore romantic comedy rescuing a positive $2 million haul from 353 screens. It was a packed weekend at the Brazilian box office with Dawn of the Planet of the Apes in previews and Planes: Fire and Rescue opening in the same frame.
How to Train Your Dragon 2 took $1 million from 537 screens over its fifth weekend in Brazil, a 38% slide from the previous frame. The animated sequel finished in fourth place over the weekend. The film is the third highest grossing animated title of the year in the market behind Rio 2 and Frozen.
The Fault in Our Stars fell under the $1 million mark in its seventh weekend at the Brazilian box office, taking $961k from 422 screens.. The film is down 31% from the previous weekend. It is currently reporting a cume of $28.9 million in the market and is the top Fox title of the year in Brazil, outgrossing titles like X-Men: Days of Future Past and Rio 2.
The Fault in our Stars continues to earn well in Brazil. The film added $1.4 million from 498 screens in its sixth weekend in Brazil, a 26% slide from the previous weekend. The film has grossed a total of $27.3 million in Brazil.