GLOBAL: 'Guardians of the Galaxy' Takes Off with $160.4M Debut

on August 04, 2014
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image.jpgGuardians of the Galaxy takes off with a $160.4 million global haul from 42 overseas territories in its day-and-date debut. The Marvel film brought in $66.4 million of that figure from the overseas box office with Russia leading the foreign markets after a $13 million bow.

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes grossed $47.5 million from 70 markets and reached a $260.1 million overseas cume. The film has made a total of $349.4 million globally.

How to Train Your Dragon 2 caught another $20 million from 36 markets. The film has grossed a total of $296.7 million outside of North America and $475.2 million globally.

Transformers: Age of Extinction crossed the $1 billion mark globally after taking $19.1 million in its sixth weekend overseas. The film has now grossed a total of $763.8 million outside of North America and $1.004 billion globally.

Hercules claimed $14.2 million from 35 territories to reach a $56.5 million cume overseas. The film has grossed $108.8 million worldwide.

The Purge: Anarchy took $8.1 million from 35 overseas territories to reach a cume of $19.3 million outside of North America. The film has grossed $82.2 million worldwide.

22 Jump Street brought in $7.1 million from 45 territories and hit $101.4 million overseas. The comedy has grossed $289.5 million worldwide.

Step Up: All In is still on its feet overseas as it continues to drive in box office dollars ahead of its North American premiere. The dance film brought in $5.8 million from 25 markets in its latest frame. It has grossed $26.2 million overseas and worldwide.

Lucy rolled out overseas with a $5.1 million haul from 4 territories. The action film has grossed $84.6 million worldwide.

Sex Tape uncovered $4.2 million from 26 markets and reached an overseas total of $17.8 million. The raunchy comedy has struggled at the box office and is currently reporting a $51.7 million global haul.

Planes: Fire and Rescue landed another $3.5 million from 30 markets. The Disney animated sequel has grossed a total of $30 million overseas and $77.6 million worldwide.

The Fault in Our Stars added $2 million from 23 markets. The film has grossed $140 million overseas and $263.3 million worldwide.

 

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2 Comments

  • Akihito on 03 August 2014

    Those numbers are fucked up. Apes is now in the 400M, not 300M and Purge is at 80M, not 100M. Great for Guardians, hope it holds well in most markets ! :D

    • Akihito on 03 August 2014

      Also, Lucy is not a "comedy" movie at all ^^"

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