GLOBAL: 'Oz' Stays on Path to $300 Million, 'Die Hard' Has a Good Day in China with $15.7M Opening

on March 17, 2013


oz_shot.jpgDisney's Oz: The Great and Powerful continues down the road to success, posting an overseas weekend estimate of $46.6 million, bringing its overseas cume to $136.8 million and its global total to $281.8 million. Oz is currently playing in 55 territories, already covering 85% of the global market. The film is poised to continue its success with a March 29 release date in China. 

A strong Chinese opening weekend of $15.7 million helped A Good Day to Die Hard gross an estimated $20.4 million overseas this weekend. The film is alive and well overseas with a $201.3 million total and a $265.6 million global cume. A Good Day to Die Hard opens in Australia next week. 

Jack the Giant Slayer grows to a $35.2 million overseas cume after earning $10.2 million in 25 territories this weekend. The global total is $85.8 million with a number of key markets in the horizon over the next couple of weeks. 

Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters overseas cume reaches $151.2 million thanks to a $6.2 million weekend in 42 markets. The film fared especially well in Austria and Germany, which combined to make up over a third of the weekend's overseas gross. The global cume is now at $205.7 million. Hansel and Gretel is the top film at the Austrian box office for the third consecutive week. 

Anna Karenina rolled out in several Latin American markets this weekend. The new exposure helped the film reach a milestone with a $51.8 overseas cume and bringing its global total to $63.9 million. Next week's release in South Korea can help the film reach higher numbers.

Identity Thief continues its scaled overseas roll-out with a $3.2 million overseas cume. The comedy opens in Russia, Spain, and the U.K. next weekend with over 30 more territories to follow in the next three months. The global cume is $122.3 million. 

Mama added $3.8 million to reach a $47.1 million overseas cume. Global total is $118.2 million. The thriller has already opened in 30 markets and has another 21 to go over the next couple of months. The film will open in the Czech Republic, Finland, and Italy next weekend.

Lincoln comes in with a $79.7 million overseas total after its opening weekend in South Korea, reaching a $260.7 million global cume. The Spielberg film opens in Thailand next weekend.

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 stays up with a $68 million overseas cume. The global total is $161.7 million.

Life of Pi continues its international run with a $482.7 million total and $602.7 global total. 

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey made $1.46 million overseas this weekend. The film now has an overseas total of $711.5 million and a global total of $1.013 billion. 

Les Miserables made an estimated $3.1 million overseas this weekend. That brings the film to a $281.2 million overseas total and $429.7 million global cume. The musical is set to open in Denmark next week and add three Latin American markets to its release over the next month. 

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inched along to a $16.8 million overseas total. The film has now grossed $84.3 million globally. The Judd Apatow comedy opens in Colombia, Sweden, and Turkey next week. 

Ted has an overseas cume of $328.6 million and a $527.2 million global cume. 

 

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  • MrHawkins said on March 17, 2013 07:06 PM

    IMDB says Oz already opened in France, which I suspect was a strong market. That would explain the international figure holding so well from last week. I don't think $300,000,000 internationally is within reach, unfortunately.

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