Gulliver's Travels and The Tourist are both considered flops in North America, but they are doing quite well abroad.
The Tourist managed to rake in an estimated $26.5 million internationally over the weekend, pushing its international cume to $100.5 million and its domestic cume to $162 million. The espionage flick opened strong in Russia with $10.3 million (including previews).
As for Gulliver's Travels, the Jack Black vehicle tacked on another $21 million internationally from 5,085 screens in 39 markets. Gulliver's Travels also opened well in Russia this weekend with $9.5 million from 934 screens. The comedy added $2.6 million in the UK and $2 million in Australia. Gulliver's has an international cume of $81 million and worldwide tally of $115.6 million.
Tangled was able to top both films with an impressive $26.3 million international haul, giving it an international haul of $179.3 million and a worldwide haul of $355.2 million.
Other international grosses from this weekend:
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader: $17.7 million from 5,085 screens in 39 markets gives the fantasy film an international haul of $242.5 million and a worldwide total of $337.2 million.
TRON: Legacy: $17.7 million from 43 territories. International cume sits $143.2 million and the worldwide haul is $291.1 million.