'Mr. Peabody & Sherman' Reaches $4.76M 10-Day Total on March 10, 2014
Mr. Peabody & Sherman earned $1.13 million from 617 screens over its second weekend in Brazil. The film reports a 10-day running total of $4.76 million.
'300: Rise of an Empire' Scores Record Debut on March 10, 2014
300: Rise of an Empire recorded the industry's biggest March opening of all time in Brazil with a $5.8 million bow from 795 screens It is the fourth biggest Brazilian opening of all time for a Warner Bros. release and the biggest for a film with a 16-rating.
'Dallas Buyers Club' Opens in Limited Release on February 25, 2014
Dallas Buyers Club opened outside the top ten in its opening in Brazil. The drama saw a limited release at 41 dates and took a $112k total.
Despite placing 12th on the top ten chart, Dallas Buyers Club registered the fourth highest per-screen average in the market over the weekend.
'LEGO' Holds On to Top Spot in Brazil on February 17, 2014
The Lego Movie kept the #1 spot in Brazil after posting a solid $1.5 million hold from 604 screens in its second weekend. The weekend numbers for the animated film are only 21% down from its opening weekend. The Lego Movie has now grossed a total of $3.9 million in Brazil.
Monuments Men opened in Brazil with a $1 million take to finish second in the market. The George Clooney film bumped The Book Thief down to third place, narrowly missing the #2 spot with a $950k weekend in its third frame -a 13% slide from the previous weekend. The Book Thief has grossed a total of $4.2 million in Brazil.
Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit dropped 37% in its second frame to gross $430k from 256 sites. The spy film has grossed $1.4 million after ten days in Brazil.
'LEGO' Fends Off 'American Hustle,' 'Jack Ryan' for #1 Debut on February 10, 2014
The LEGO Movie opened in first place in Brazil this weekend after grossing $1.8 million from 587 screens in the market. The animated film withstood competition from a number of new releases in the market.
The Book Thief relinquished the top spot to The LEGO Movie, settling for second place in its second weekend. The film posted a $1.07 million hold from 284 screens, a mere 12% drop from its opening frame.
The Book Thief narrowly edged the Brazilian premiere of American Hustle. The David O. Russell film took a $1 million bow in Brazil, 25% above the opening weekend of Silver Linings Playbook.
Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit took a $633k opening from 251 locations.