GLOBAL: 'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes' Invades China with $47M Debut; 'Guardians' Conquers $500M Mark; 'Lucy' Stays Hot Overseas

on August 31, 2014
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apes.pngA $47 million opening weekend in China boosted the latest overseas tally for Dawn of the Planet of the Apes to $51.2 million. The Chinese opening weekend brings the overseas cume for the film up to $408.1 million and its global total to $613.3 million. Japan and Venezuela are still left on the schedule as Apes looks to hold on in the coming weeks to cross $700 million worldwide.

Guardians of the Galaxy took a $7 million debut from Germany as it posted a $36 million haul in its fifth weekend of overseas release. The film has grossed a total of $273.1 million outside of North America and is reporting a $547.7 million global total. Top markets for the film include the UK ($41.2m), Russia ($35.8M), and Australia ($21.1M).

Lucy crossed the $150 million mark overseas after adding $31.2 million in its latest frame outside of North America. The film’s overseas cume now stands at $151.6 million, with a global total of $270 million.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles finished the weekend with $13 million from 13 territories, including a $2.6 million debut from 500 locations in South Korea. The film has now grossed a total of $112.1 million outside of North America and $278.2 million worldwide.

Into the Storm expanded to four key markets and brought in a total of $12.7 million in its latest frame overseas. The cumulative total for the natural disaster flick now stands at $47.7 million across 51 overseas markets. New releases were led by a #1 finish in South Korea with a $5.2 million haul from 566 screens. Upcoming key markets for the film include Mexico, Australia, and China as it looks to improve its $89.6 million global total. Russia continues to lead all overseas markets with a $6.6 million cume.

A strong hold in China helped How to Train Your Dragon 2 bring in $10.5 million from 23 markets this weekend. Its third frame in China was responsible for $6.3 million, lifting the market total to $57.3 million. The film has grossed a total of $420.2 million overseas and $593.6 million worldwide.

A $9.8 million weekend overseas put Hercules over the $100 million mark outside of North America. The action flick has grossed a total of $103.8 million overseas and $174.8 million worldwide.

Let’s Be Cops took in $6.5 million from 23 markets, including a $2.7 million opening weekend in the UK. The film also opened in Russia over the weekend, where it earned $1.8 million in its debut. Let’s Be Cops has grossed a total of $9.7 million in its run overseas and $67 million worldwide.

If I Stay took a $4.6 million start from its first 10 markets, taking its global cume to $34.4 million. Key openers included a $1.2 million haul from Russia, $1.1 million take from Australia, and $867k from Mexico.

The Fault in our Stars earned $3.5 million form 13 markets, bringing its overseas cume up to $162.7 million. The film has grossed $287.2 million worldwide.

Transformers: Age of Extinction is up to $828.1 million overseas after adding $2.6 million from its latest frame outside of North America. The film has grossed a total of $1.072 billion globally.

As Above/So Below added 5 more territories this weekend as it registered a $1.4 million frame overseas. The horror movie has now grossed $2.4 million outside of North America from a total of 8 territories. The film’s global total stands at $10.7 million.

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