Wayans Brothers, Bradley Cooper Go Head to Head in Brazil
on February 05, 2013
Four new releases opened in Brazil over the weekend and none came close to dethroning Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters in its second week of release. The Paramount fairy tale flick raked in $2.5 million to bring its cumulative gross to $10.2, more than enough to dominate the weekend. Fighting over the #2 slot were the launches of the Wayans Brothers' A Haunted House and the Bradley Cooper Oscar contender Silver Linings Playbook, with Haunted narrowly squeaking out a win with $877K to Silver Lining's $857K. But the good news for Cooper and his co-star Jennifer Lawrence: Silver Linings opened on 105 fewer screens -- its $4661 per-screen average was the third-highest of the weekend, just behind Hansel and Les Miserables ($738K in 4th place).
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