'Die Hard' Opens #1 in Brazil, But Can't Best 'Hansel' and 'Ralph'
on February 24, 2013
A Good Day to Die Hard snatched up number #1 on the Brazilian charts, ending Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunter's four-week reign at the top of the box office. With a $2.6 million take across 531 screens, it was the Bruce Willis franchise's biggest opening to date, and also the second biggest opener of the weekend's expansion. (France had the most enthusiasm for the poorly reviewed actioner with $5.4 million over 650 screens.) Still, A Good Day to Die Hard opened weaker than the country's two favorite 2013 Hollywood flicks: On January 4, Wreck-It Ralph scooped up $3.5 million in its debut frame and went on to make a a whopping $21.1 million, while Hansel and Gretel is so far the year's biggest opening weekend to date, which launching to $4.1 million and earning $19.2 million in its first four weeks.
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