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'The Amazing Spider-Man' Tallies $50.2 Million Internationally, Sets New Record in India on July 01, 2012

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Sunday Update #2: Sony reports that The Amazing Spider-Man is off to a great start with $50.2 million internationally from 13 markets.

Market reports from Sony:

KOREA earned $13.4M on 1,213 screens, capturing a 71% market share. The KW15.8B total for Thursday to Sunday is the 3rd biggest of all time for a Hollywood film, behind only the 2nd and 3rd TRANSFORMERS films. This is 24% bigger than SPIDER-MAN 3 and 10% more than AVENGERS.

JAPAN opened with $11.4M on 1,092 screens, pulling in an estimated 84% of the country's Saturday-Sunday weekend box office.

INDIA grossed $6.0M on 1,236 screens, the biggest opening ever for a Hollywood film, 74% bigger than SPIDER-MAN 3, 73% more than AVENGERS, and more than double the lifetime box office of DARK KNIGHT.

The PHILIPPINES bowed with $3.2M on 529 screens, capturing the entire market in its opening weekend. This is the 4thbiggest Friday-Sunday opening ever (behind AVENGERS, TRANSFORMERS 3, and TWILIGHT: BREAKING DAWN.)

TAIWAN did $2.9M on 268 screens while taking in 73% of the market's weekend total. It is the 2nd biggest Fri-Sun weekend of the year (behind AVENGERS.)
HONG KONG earned $2.7M on 158 screens, pulling in 84% of the total market. This is the 4th biggest Friday-Sunday opening of all time (behind just TRANSFORMERS 3, AVENGERS, and HARRY POTTER AND THE DEATHLY HALLOWS PART II.)

SINGAPORE grossed $2.5M on 128 screens, the 3rd biggest Friday-Sunday opening of all time (behind TRANSFORMERS 3 and AVENGERS.)

THAILAND opened to $1.9M on 320 screens, capturing 81% of the market. 10th biggest Friday-Sunday opening of all time.

VIETNAM grossed $425K on 41 screens, the 6th biggest Friday-Sunday opening of all time (and the 5th biggest Hollywood film.) It has surpassed the lifetime box office total of SPIDER-MAN 3.

In Europe, GERMANY grossed an estimated $4.2M on 755 screens (50% market share), HOLLAND earned $850K on 113,AUSTRIA opened to $480K on 85, and SWITZERLAND did $290K on 130.

 

Sunday Update #1: Vajir Singh, editor of Box Office India, confirms that The Amazing Spider-Man is outpacing Marvel's The Avengers in India. No official numbers are available yet, but Deadline.com is reporting that Spider-Man took in more than $5 million, which could be the biggest debut for an American film in India.

"It wouldn't surprise me if The Amazing Spider-Man beats Avengers here given that it is a much more established and universal brand in India," says Nitin Tej Ahuja, publisher of Box Office India. "It's a huge releaseover 1,000 prints across formatsand relatively smaller domestic releases on the same weekend will contribute greatly to a big weekend." For reports from Indian exhibitors, head over to the BOI website.

UPDATED: 'Ted' and 'Magic Mike' Start Strong on June 30, 2012

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Saturday: Universal reports that Ted grossed $20.2 million on Friday, and it will go on to make $51.4 million. Meanwhile, Warner Bros. says that Magic Mike raked in an impressive $19.4 million on Friday. Boxoffice.com projects a $47.5 million for Magic Mike.

Friday Update: Universal reports that Ted raked in $2.625 million from midnight shows at 1,090 locations. Meanwhile, Warner Bros. reports that Magic Mike made a healthy $2.050 million from 1,100 locations during midnight shows.

Wednesday Update:

From Fandango's official release:

Fandango reports that the Channing Tatum male stripper movie, "Magic Mike", is #1 in today's ticket sales, representing 53% of all sales on Fandango on Wednesday. In a survey conducted Tuesday on the site with more than 1,000 respondents, Fandango found the following:

• 87% are planning to see it with a group of women;
• 81% are 25-49 years old;
• 82% plan to see it opening weekend
• 78% said that "Magic Mike" is the summer movie they're most excited to see on the big screen;
• 77% feel that female-skewing movies have been lacking in Hollywood;
• 68% are planning to attend some kind of get-together before or after the movie.


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