According to Sony, Resident Evil: Afterlife was able to rake in a staggering $45.5 million internationally this weekend. Japan was the strongest territory with $14.5 million followed by Russia with $9.5 million and Spain with $3.4 million. The opening was more than twice as strong as Resident Evil: Extinction's overseas bow in 2007.
Resident Evil: Afterlife now boasts an estimated worldwide haul of $73.2 million.
Kansas City, Mo. (Sept. 10, 2010) - AMC Theatres® (AMC), a leading theatrical exhibition and entertainment company, announces that guests will be able to enjoy an enhanced dining and entertainment experience after converting part of the AMC Grapevine Mills 30 to Fork & Screen.
Fork & Screen is the name of AMC's in-theatre dining concept, featuring Fork & Screen, a casual, in-theatre dining and entertainment experience; Cinema SuitesTM, a premium, upscale in-theatre dining and entertainment option; and MacGuffinsTM, a bar and lounge area.
In order to convert 13 of the theatre's 30 auditoriums to the Fork & Screen model, the theatre has closed an entire wing. However, 17 auditoriums will remain open during construction. The new Fork & Screen wing is scheduled to open this winter.
Resident Evil: Afterlife: 2,800 (new)
The American: 2,833 (+10)
Machete: 2,678 (+8)
Going the Distance: 3,030 (0)
The Last Exorcism: 2,731 (-143)
Takers: 2,191 (-15)1,187 (+791)
The Twilight Saga: Eclipse:
Vampires Suck: 1,670 (-764)
The Switch: 1,595 (-290)
Nanny McPhee Returns: 2,350 (-358)
Lottery Ticket: 905 (-405)
Inception: 1,583 (-121)
Despicable Me: 1,371 (-229)