Brazil

'How to Train Your Dragon 2' Nears $20M as Counter-Programming to the World Cup on July 13, 2014

image.jpgHow to Train Your Dragon 2 has been able to chisel out a $19.4 million performance in Brazil since opening head-to-head against the World Cup being celebrated in the country. The animated sequel added $1.7 million to its tally in its fourth weekend in release from 789 screens, finishing the weekend in second place on the market.

'X-Men: Days of Future Past' Climbs to $28.2M in Brazil on July 13, 2014

xmendofpdaily.jpgX-Men: Days of Future Past slowed down to a $257k tally from 181 screens in its eight weekend of release in Brazil, a 44% slide from last weekend. The film has grossed a total of $28.2 million in the market.

'How to Train Your Dragon 2' Retains Box Office Title in Brazil on July 06, 2014

dr2.pngHow to Train Your Dragon 2 kept the top spot in Brazil after registering a $2.2 million weekend from 851 screens over its third frame in the market. The animated sequel only suffered a 24% from its previous frame in the country and has held on remarkably well for a $16 million cume despite competing against the country’s World Cup celebrations.

'The Fault in our Stars' Nears $25M Milestone in Brazil on July 06, 2014

faultstars.pngThe Fault in our Stars continues its great run in Brazil, where the teen drama is close to hitting the $25 million milestone. The film added $1.8 million over its fifth weekend from 534 screens, only an 18% slide from its previous frame, claiming second place in the market against the success of How to Train Your Dragon 2. The Fault in our Stars has grossed a total of $24.8 million in Brazil.

'Jersey Boys' No Match for World Cup Fever in Brazil on July 06, 2014

090420_jersey_boys.jpgJersey Boys has proved to be a poor match for Brazilian audiences as the country celebrates its national soccer team’s successful run in the World Cup. The musical helmed by Clint Eastwood has been unable to find an audience since its June 26 premiere with only a $115k haul to show from its theatrical run.


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