'Django Unchained' Crosses $14 Million in Russia
on February 14, 2013
Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained has made $14.5 million to date in Russia, far exceeding the take of his last film, Inglourious Basterds. In its entire run, Basterds -- a World War II satire with more explicit ties to Russian history than his latest pre-Civil War slavery indictment -- made just $5.9 million. Now in its fourth week of release, Django continued to pull in just under a million during the weekend, enough to rank 7th in the box office charts. Though that rate will dip next weekend, if Django continues to stick around in theaters, it's possible that it can rake in three times more than Basterds, giving Tarantino a personal box office best in Russia that will be hard to beat.
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