Overseas RoundUp: Top Ten Lists from the Major Global Markets - May 10-12, 2013

on May 15, 2013
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STID.jpgIron Man 3 has been bulldozing its way to a $1 billion global total. Last weekend's overseas numbers saw the superhero film triumph in multiple overseas markets, but competition from the scaled roll-out of Star Trek Into Darkness slowed down Iron Man's hot streak.

The $31.7 million that Star Trek Into Darkness grossed over the weekend came in large part due to a splendid performance in the United Kingdom. The sci-fi sequel had a harder time finding its footing in Mexico, where it underwhelmed in second place. Paramount's release strategy will unfold as the summer wears on, with Star Trek Into Darkness expanding on a global scale through August.

Top Ten Lists From the Major Global Markets:

AUSTRALIA: 'Star Trek Into Darkness' Conquers Australia

 

BRAZIL: ‘Iron Man 3' Is #1 For Third Consecutive Weekend

CHINA: 'Iron Man 3' Excels, 'Oblivion' Survives, 'Django Unchained' Flops

FRANCE: 'Iron Man 3' And 'Les Profs' Lead Another Healthy Weekend

GERMANY: 'Star Trek Into Darkness' Edges Out 'Iron Man 3' For #1

ITALY: 'Iron Man 3' Stays On First, 'Evil Dead' Shows Promise

JAPAN: No New Releases Stall The Box Office

MEXICO: 'Star Trek: Into Darkness’ Disappoints In Debut

RUSSIA: 'Iron Man 3' Eyes $40M In Russia

SPAIN: 'Iron Man 3' Breaks $10M Mark

U.K.: 'Star Trek: Into Darkness' Takes The U.K. With $12.9M

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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