GLOBAL: 'Transformers: Age of Extinction' Continues to Lead World Box Office

on July 20, 2014
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tf4.pngTransformers: Age of Extinction grossed $81.2 million from a total of 58 territories to take its cume outside of North America up to $659.1 million. A $16.5 million opening weekend in Brazil leads the weekend highlights for the Transformers sequel, along with an $11.9 million debut from Germany and $8.8 million bow in France. The film has grossed $886.2 million worldwide.

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes opened in 29 new markets and finished with $61 million from a total of 50 markets over the weekend. The results lift the film above the $100 million overseas mark with a $102.9 million cume. The Apes sequel has grossed $241.8 million worldwide.

How to Train Your Dragon 2 added $13.9 million from 55 market to its overseas haul. The film has now taken a total of $225.5 million outside of North America and a total of $386.1 million globally.

Planes: Fire and Rescue took a $9 million bow from its first 245 overseas territories. The animated film has grossed $27 million worldwide in its first weekend of release.

Step Up All In expanded to seven additional markets overseas, including #2 debuts in Russia ($3.1M) and France ($2.1M). The film is playing in a total of 9 territories and has grossed $9.7 million overseas ahead of its North America premiere.

Maleficent brought in another $8 million from 43 territories, raising its overseas total to $468.8 million. The Disney film is on the cusp of reaching the $700 million global mark with a $697.2 million worldwide cume.

Blended took a $2 million debut from Brazil on an overseas weekend that amounted to $6.7 million for the latest Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore romantic comedy. The film has grossed $59 million outside of North America, with Mexico’s $10 million representing the lion’s share, and $104 million worldwide.

The Fault in Our Stars continues to build overseas after adding $4.6 million from 40 markets to its tally. The drama has grossed a total of $127.9 million overseas and $249.4 million globally.

22 Jump Street took in $3.2 million from 42 territories, bringing its overseas total to $88.3 million. The comedy sequel has grossed $268.8 million worldwide.

Sex Tape rolled out across its first 9 overseas markets, collecting $3 million in the process and raising its global total to $18 million.

Edge of Tomorrow earned $2.3 million from 1,830 screens in 52 markets over the weekend. The Tom Cruise sci-fi vehicle has grossed a total of $261.3 million overseas and $357.9 million worldwide. China remains the top overseas market with a $63.56 million cume.

X-Men: Days of Future Past collected $1.4 million from 20 markets to reach a $507.9 million overseas cume. The superhero sequel has grossed $738.3 million worldwide.

Jersey Boys grossed $1.35 million from 16 markets to take its overseas haul up to $12.2 million. Australia is responsible for nearly half of that figure with a market cume of $5.3 million. The musical directed by Clint Eastwood has grossed $56.6 million worldwide.

Neighbors welcomed another $1.3 million from 30 territories, taking its overseas total up to $105.4 million. The film has grossed $254.4 million globally.

A Million Ways to Die in the West collected another $1 million from 34 territories. The comedy has grossed $41.7 million overseas and $84.4 million worldwide.

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