Dracula Untold scored the biggest 2D opening of the year in Russia over the weekend. The film grossed $9.6 million at 1,065 dates, claiming 57% of the market share. The debut figures comfortably eclipsed the second weekend of Gone Girl, which fell 42% to take $1.94 million in its second frame. Dracula Untold has grossed a total of $62.6 million overseas and $86.1 million worldwide.
Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day had a soft debut in Russia. The Disney film took approximately $800k in its first weekend in the market, rankings second behind Mexico's $1.3 million bow among the film's top overseas territories. The film opened-day-and-date in North America and 14 overseas territories and will be in expanding in a staggered release with release dates running through January 2015.
Gone Girl secured the #2 spot in Russia after bringing in $1.94 million from 892 screens in its second frame in the market. The thriller was down 42% from its strong opening weekend numbers. Gone Girl has grossed a total of $6.7 million from its Russian run while grossing over $63 million from a combined 52 overseas markets.
Gone Girl thrilled audiences in Russia, earning a strong $2.95 million debut from 1,049 screens to take the top spot in the market. The film enjoyed a $24.6 million bow from 39 markets overseas and finished its first weekend with a $62.6 million global haul.
The Maze Runner couldn’t fight off the opening weekend numbers of ‘Gone Girl’ in Russia, dropping to #2 in the market during its third weekend of release. The YA adaptation collected $1.29 million from 980 screens in its third frame in Russia. The Maze Runner has grossed $13 million in Russia and $119.1 million overseas. The film has grossed $193 million worldwide.