SPAIN: 'Oblivion' Dominates Box Office by Wide Margin

on April 16, 2013

Oblivion was the only film in the Spanish box office last weekend to gross over one million, taking in $2.7 million across 508 screens. It outperformed the second place film, The Croods, by a margin of $2 million to become the undisputed king of the Spanish box office for its opening weekend. The Croods continued its strong performance in Spain over the weekend and reached a $12.6 million cume. Evil Dead came in third and performed better than its numbers indicate. The $2,079 per-screen average was only behind to Oblivion, and the horror film outgrossed G.I. Joe: Retaliation (in its third week) by over 50%. Alacran Enamorado ($184,417) and the Al Pacino vehicle, Stand Up Guys ($149,619), rounded out the new releases that broke into the top ten this week. 

Box Office Results for Spain. Weekend of April 12-14, 2013.

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