Russia

'Let’s Be Cops' Claims #3 Spot with $1.8M Opening Weekend in Russia on August 31, 2014

cops.pngA $1.8 million debut launched Let’s Be Cops to #3 in the Russia’s box office chart over the weekend. The comedy screened across 1,016 screens in the market and finished behind Planes: Fire and Rescue and Deliver Us From Evil in the race for the weekend box office crown. Let’s Be Cops has grossed $9.7 million overseas and $67 million worldwide.

'If I Stay' Takes $1.2M Opening Weekend in Russia on August 31, 2014

stay.pngIf I Stay came strikingly close to scoring a top 3 debut in Russia. The teen drama grossed $1.2 million from 201k admissions across 559 screens, falling just short of the $1.8 million grossed by #3 film Let’s Be Cops. The film took a $4.6 million debut in its first 10 overseas markets and has grossed $34.4 million worldwide.

'Frank Miller's Sin City: A Dame to Kill For' Slips in its Second Russian Weekend on August 31, 2014

sincity2.jpegFrank Miller's Sin City: A Dame to Kill For took a strong hit in its second weekend in Russia. The former #1 film posted a $1 million haul in its second frame from 1,623 screens. The film has grossed a total of $5.8 million in the market.

'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' Hits $27M Mark on August 31, 2014

Teenage-Mutant-Ninja-Turtles-2014-Leonardo.jpgTeenage Mutant Ninja Turtles put up a $1 million weekend in its fourth frame in Russia. The film screened across 1,216 locations in the market and has already grossed a total of $27.6 million. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles has grossed grossed $112.1 million outside of North America and $278.2 million worldwide.

Russia Hangs on as the Top Overseas Market for 'Into the Storm' on August 31, 2014

into-the-storm-4.jpgRussia continues to lead all overseas markets for Warner Bros.’ Into the Storm with a $6.6 million cume. South Korea is expected to overtake Russia as early as next weekend, however, as the natural disaster flick took a commanding $5.2 million debut in the new market. Into the Storm has grossed $47.7 million overseas and $89.6 million worldwide.


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