'The Wolf of Wall Street' Becomes the Biggest Hit of Martin Scorsese's Career

on February 11, 2014

wolfofwallst.jpgAll the big money parading throughout Martin Scorsese's The Wolf of Wall Street is rubbing off on the film's global box office tally. The Wolf of Wall Street just crossed the $300 million global mark to become the highest grossing film of Scorsese's career. 

The Wolf of Wall Street has already grossed $107.8 million in North America, but the real surprise comes with a strong $196.9 million take from the overseas box office.

The film's $304.8 million global total has shown no signs of slowing as The Wolf of Wall Street continues to show great resiliency in top markets like the United Kingdom, France, and Germany.

Top overseas markets for The Wolf of Wall Street include:

 

  • United Kingdom - $29.2M Cume
  • France - $25M Cume
  • Germany - $23.7M Cume
  • Spain - $12.9M Cume
  • Italy -  $11.4M Cume
  • Australia - $10.5M Cume

 

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  • JohnDonohue said on February 12, 2014 08:15 PM

    It's not a surprise. The world has been taught to hate American Capitalism. Scorsese created an exaggeration as representative of American Capitalism. The world gloats over the debauchery and decadence. He is a panderer. That is all.

  • 222max said on February 13, 2014 04:35 PM

    Ever see INSIDE JOB? That documentary made me, an American, hate Wall Street more than a fictional movie ever did.

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