NORTH AMERICA: Early Weekend Projections: 'Frozen' and 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire' Continue to Dominate; 'Out of the Furnace' Headed For Soft Start (1st Update) on December 06, 2013
Friday Update: Sources tell BoxOffice that Frozen will push The Hunger Games: Catching Fire out of first place this weekend.
Disney's latest animated flick is headed for as much as $36 million during its second weekend of wide release, which would put it at nearly $140 million in North America.
Catching Fire looks poised to make as much as $34 million, and that means the $350 million domestic mark is not far off.
Out of the Furnace could rope in $7 million during its first weekend of wide release.
More coming soon...
GLOBAL: 'Thor: The Dark World' Hits $600M on December 06, 2013
Thor: The Dark World crossed the $600M global mark today. The full press release from Disney is pasted below:
Marvel’s Thor: The Dark World has crossed the $600M mark at the global box office (Domestic - $188.9M, International - $411.8M). This is the third Disney release (and second Marvel Studios film) to do so this year, following Marvel’s Iron Man 3 and Disney•Pixar’s Monsters University.
Thor: The Dark World has already passed the total global box office cumes for Iron Man ($585M), Thor ($449M) and Captain America ($371M). The film is still playing in wide release and will open in Japan on.