Brazil

'Captain America: The Winter Soldier' Leads the Weekend with $6.9M Debut; 'Noah' Settles for $4.8M Second Place Finish; 'Rio 2' Nears $20M Mark on April 16, 2014

capamerica.jpgCaptain America: The Winter Soldier took the top spot at the Brazilian box office with a $6.9 million debut from 486 screens, registering the only five figure per-screen average of the weekend. 

Noah settled for a $4.8 million weekend in its first hold. The Biblical epic is a huge hit in Brazil, where it has already grossed $17.3 million.

Rio 2 finished the weekend one step short of reaching the $20 million mark. The animated sequel grossed $2.5 million to take third place in the market during its third weekend of release.

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'Captain America' Takes $6.9M Debut in Brazil on April 13, 2014

ca2.pngCaptain America: The Winter Solider recorded the fourth biggest April debut of all time in Brazil over the weekend. The superhero sequel collected $6.9 million from its Brazilian bow, taking first place in the country with 45% of the market share. The previous Captain America film also took a $6.9 million debut from Brazil en route to its $21.2 million lifetime total in the market.

'Noah' Rises to $17.6M in Brazil on April 13, 2014

noahmovie.jpgNoah reached a $17.6 million cume in Brazil after only 10 days in release. The Biblical epic took a 45% slide from last weekend's strong debut, registering a $5.1 million weekend tally from 490 cinemas.

'Rio 2' Flies to $18.9M on April 13, 2014

image.jpgRio 2 added $2.2 million from 914 screens in its third weekend in Brazil, taking the film's local cume up to $18.9 million. The film will be looking to keep up the pace in the coming weeks in order to match or surpass the original's $43.4 million blockbuster run in the country.

'Noah' Takes $8.5M Opening Weekend on April 06, 2014

noahmovie.jpgNoah enjoyed the fourth biggest opening weekend of all time for a non-sequel in Brazil with an $8.5 million bow from 528 locations. The result is over five times the opening gross of Inception and nearly five times that of Gravity.


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