A busy week in the overseas box office saw Gravity exceed the $200 million mark soon after its second weekend in release. Alfonso Cuarón's sci-fi spectacle continued to succeed across 38 markets, bringing in a total of $28.5 million frin 5,785 screens to take its overseas total to $68.3 million as of Monday. Gravity retained the #1 spot in Germany, Spain, and Hong Kong. The film also posted the weekend's highest per-screen average in Brazil despite premiering in second place behind Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2. Gravity also posted a strong hold in Russia, where it reached a $14.5 million cume in Russia after facing stiff competition from domestic blockbuster Stalingrad. Russia's Oscar entry broke the box office record for a domestic film, as Stalingrad, the 3D World War II historical epic, grossed $14.4 million in its debut.
You can find the full top ten lists of some of last weekend's top performing markets in the links below: