‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ Up To $24.6M Overseas After Friday’s Expansion
Mad Max: Fury Road hit 20 additional markets on Friday, including the UK, Spain, and Mexico, grossing $14.2 million from nearly 16,700 screens in 68 markets to bring its 2-day overseas cume to $24.6 million.
The UK grossed $1.7 million from 950 screens, capturing over 30% share of the Top 5 films. France earned $1.5 million with 180k admissions on 802 screens for a $3.8 million total.
South Korea grossed $1.2 million on 796 screens, for a 2-day cume of $2 million. Russia earned $1.2 million on 2,434 screens, capturing a 75% share of the Top 5 films.
Australia came in at $1 million from 542 screens. The 2-day cume is $1.8 million.
Mexico opened to $811k on 1,845 screens, claiming 30% market share of the Top 5 films.
Brazil took in $672k from 1,008 screens, with roughly 45% market share of the Top 5. 3D represented 71% of the gross from 655 screen. The cume to date is $3.3 million.
Germany grossed $669k from 784 screens. 3D impressed with 92% of box office coming from 664 3D screens. The 2-day cume is now $1.4 million.
Spain opened to $379k on 476 screens, capturing 45% market share of the Top 5 films.
Italy added another $234k on its second day from 555 screens, coming to a 2-day total of $379k.
All four markets in Scandinavia finished Friday with a combined Friday gross of $566k, which brings the cume to date to $1.2 million.