'Penguins of Madagascar' Holds Top Spot in Russia on December 07, 2014


Sunday, December 7 Update: Penguins of Madagascar stayed #1 in Russia with a solid $4.3 million over the week. The animated flick's cume is now $15 million.

Sunday, November 30 Update: Penguins of Madagascar opened across 2,608 screens Russia, topping the box office chart with an $8.23 million haul. The Penguins expanded to several markets over the weekend, including North America, with the film grossing $100 million globally.

'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1' Nears $15M Mark on November 30, 2014

mockingjay_still_b.jpgThe Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 grossed $2.5 million over the weekend, bringing the film's market cume up to $14.6 million. The film continues to do well overseas, finishing its latest frame with a $254.4 million gross. Mockingjay has grossed $480 million worldwide.

'Horrible Bosses 2' Opens in #3 on November 30, 2014

hb2.jpgHorrible Bosses 2 opened on 1,050 screens in Russia over the weekend, grossing $2.3 million. The debut was enough to put the raunchy comedy in third place. Horrible Bosses 2 rolled out in 42 markets in a day-and-date debut with North America that netted $11.7 million overseas and $34.7 million worldwide.

'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1' Grows in Russia, Takes $11.1M Debut on November 23, 2014

mockingjaylongrange.pngThe Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 posted a strong debut in Russia, where it enjoyed a 19% increase from the previous installment in the franchise. The film grossed $11.1 million over the weekend, ranking among the top overseas earners in the biggest global day-and-date release of the year. The latest Hunger Games film took in $275 million worldwide in its opening weekend.

'Interstellar' Crosses $20M Mark in Russia on November 23, 2014

interstellarstill2.pngInterstellar grossed $2 million from 945 screens over its third weekend in Russia. The film finished the weekend in second place behind the debut of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1. Interstellar has grossed a total of $21.2 million in Russia.



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