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GLOBAL: 'A Good Day To Die Hard' Breezes Past $100 Million on February 17, 2013

dh5.pngA Good Day To Die Hard earned $61.5 million, pushing its overseas total to $80.1 million. Globally, the action flick is up to $113.4 million. Key stats from Fox:

Commanding the #1 market position in 32 out of 37 new openers (#1 MPA title in an additional 4 markets), John McClane has his biggest weekend ever in the international marketplace! Massive openings in the UK ($7.6m from 845 screens), Japan ($6.8m from 641 screens), Russia ($6.7m from 1,693 screens), Germany ($6.4m from 703 screens), and Mexico ($3.2m from 1,011 screens) propel the cume to date past the $80 million mark. Results from Asia Pacific, including Taiwan ($1.1m, down only 2%), Malaysia ($914K, down only 10%), Hong Kong ($848K, down only 33%), and South Korea ($1.7m, #1 MPA film in the market) are truly exceptional given the fast burning nature from this region. The Die Hard franchise shows immense growth in Latin America, as Argentina, Colombia, Peru, Central America, Ecuador, and the Dominican Republic have openings greater than double that of Die Hard 4. France, Brazil, and India release next weekend, with China and Australia releases coming in March.

Django Unchained grossed $13.7 million from 4,645 locations in 62 territories, pushing its overseas total to $208.6 million. The global cume is now $365.6 million.

Wreck-It Ralph added $11.5 million from 68 territories for an overseas total of $225.6 million. The global cume is now $411.2 million. 

Les Miserables added $10 million from 2,900 locations in 48 markets, giving the musical an overseas gross of $233.3. The global total is $379 million.

Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters added another $9.5 million for an overseas total of $101.2 million. The global total is $101.6 million. Stats from Paramount:

Korea opened with a solid $1.3M from 287 cinemas. This is almost 50% better than Underworld: Awakening and on par with Red Riding Hood and Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Killer.

Brazil held very well by making a fantastic $1.8M during the 4th weekend from 370 cinemas pushing the local cume to an incredible $19.3M. The drop is at just 15% and the film remains at the top spot in the local box office for the 4th consecutive week.

Australia made a solid $1.77M on the 2nd weekend from 186 cinemas, dropping just 23%, pushing the cume to $4.8M.
Mexico's 4th weekend brought in $900k from 550 cinemas, bringing the cume to $12.2M.

Flight made $7 million for an overseas total of $45.4 million. The global cume is now $139.1 million. Stats from Paramount: France opened with a solid $1.9M from 371 locations. This is slightly below Argo and Safe House and slightly above State Of Play.

Australia made $750k on the 3rd weekend from 220 cinemas, dropping a soft 32%, pushing the cume to a very good $4.7M.
Brazil did $730k on the 2nd weekend from 165 cinemas, dropping just 10%, pushing the cume to $2.5M.

Mexico made $620k from 270 locations in its 2nd weekend, pushing the cume to $2.2M.

Argentina made $273k from 50 locations over the 2nd weekend, with a cume of $818k (drop at 13%).

Lincoln made another $6.6 million from 2,843 locations in 46 territories for an overseas total of $59 million. The historical drama's global total is now $235.3 million. 

Jack Reacher grossed $5.7 million from 8,469 locations in 34 territories, pushing its overseas total to $124.5 million. Globally, the action flick is up to $203.9 million. Stats from Paramount:

China is opened at a solid $4.8M from 7,500 cinemas at #1. The opening was slightly above the Chinese opening of Bourne Legacy.

Japan's 3rd weekend is estimated at $750k from 321 cinemas. The local cume is now at $10M.

Beautiful Creatures opened to $5.4 million overseas from 1,300 screens in 20 markets. The global cume is now $15.4 million.

Warm Bodies tacked on another $4.9 million from 2,200 screens in 34 markets, pushing its overseas total to $17.7 million. The global cume is now $67.9 million.  

Life of Pi added $3.7 million from 2,817 locations in 27 territories, pushing its overseas cume to $466.3 million. Globally, the drama is up to $576.1 million.

Mama added $4.7 million from 1,200 locations in 16 territories, pushing its overseas cume to $20.5 million. The global total is now $88.8 million. 

The Impossible grossed $3 million from 1,600 screens in 42 markets for an overseas total of $143 million. The global cume is now $160.5 million. 

Gangster Squad added $2.5 million from 38 territories, bringing the overseas cume to $46.4 million. The global total is now $91.5 million.

The Hobbit tacked on another $1.3 million from 40 market for an overseas total of $659.6 million. The global total is $959.6 million.

Updated overseas totals: Rise of the Guardians $200.3 million; Argo $77.1 million

'A Good Day To Die Hard' Posts Solid Midnight Numbers on February 14, 2013

20th Century Fox reports that A Good Day To Die Hard is off to a great start at the box office. The action flick raked in $840,000 from 2,838 locations at midnight for a $361 location average. 

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