Sunday, 11/2 Update: Big Hero 6 continues to hold well in Russia and Ukraine, its only two markets at the moment, finishing its second weekend in the region with a $4.8 million tally and a $10.9 million cume. The film will open in North America on November 7.
Monday, 10/27 Update: Big Hero 6 opened in Russia over the weekend anticipating big crowds from the two weeks on school holidays in the region. The film took a $4.8 million debut from a Saturday opening, performing 63% above the Saturday/Sunday totals for Wreck-It Ralph, 30% above the Saturday/Sunday cume for Monsters University and on par with the Saturday/Sunday results for Tangled in the market.
The Judge earned $1.1 million from 773 screens in its second weekend in Russia. The film is now up to a $3.3 million cume in the market.
Dracula Untold held on to the #1 spot in Russia, the second consecutive week it holds the box office crown in the country. The film took a $4.4 million haul from 1,032 dates, claiming over a third of the market share. Dracula Untold has grossed a total of $16.7 million from 11 days in Russia.
The Judge opened to $1.5 million from 795 screens in Russia over the weekend. The debut was enough for a second place finish, behind another strong hold from Dracula Untold and ahead of Gone Girl. The film performed according to expectations, grossing above comparable releases like Silver Linings Playbook and Up in the Air.
Gone Girl posted another weekend above $1 million in Russia, finishing in third place on the country's top ten chart. The thriller from director David Fincher earned $1.31 million from 481 screens over its third weekend in the market, a mere 39% drop from its sophomore frame. Gone Girl has grossed a total of $9 million in Russia.