Russia

'Transformers: Age of Extinction' Becomes First Film of 2014 To Score Three Consecutive Weekends as #1 on July 13, 2014

Transformers-4-2.jpgTransformers: Age of Extinction kept the top spot at the Russian box office with a $2.8 million performance in its third frame in the market. The film screened at 1,059 locations and is the first title of the year to have kept the top spot at the box office for three consecutive weekends in Russia. The film has grossed a total of $41.8 million in Russia.

'A Million Ways to Die in the West' Struggles in Russian Debut on July 13, 2014

amwtdiw.jpgA Million Ways to Die in the West stumbled in its Russian debut, opening in sixth place with an estimated $807k from 533 dates. The latest comedy from Seth MacFarlane has grossed a total of $39.5 million overseas.

'22 Jump Street' Reaches $7.8M on July 13, 2014

22-Jump-Street-2.jpg22 Jump Street fell 55% in its second frame in Russia, adding $1.9 million following last weekend’s second-place debut. The comedy has grossed a cume of $7.8 million in Russia and $81.7 million overseas.

'Transformers: Age of Extinction' Keeps the Top Spot in Russia with $7.4M Hold on July 06, 2014

transformers4.jpgTransformers: Age of Extinction put up a strong hold in Russia, where it kept the top spot in the box office with a $7.4 million haul. The performance is 20% above the second weekend of the previous Transformers film in the same market. Age of Extinction has grossed a total of $35.7 million in Russia.

’22 Jump Street’ Receives a Warm Reception in Russia Despite Opening Head-to-Head Against ‘Transformers 4’ on July 06, 2014

22-Jump-Street-2.jpg22 Jump Street impressed with a $4.1 million haul in a #2 debut from Russia that saw the comedy behind the blockbuster bow of the latest Transformers film. The Russian premiere of 22 Jump Street nearly doubled the $2.4 million opening weekend of the original in the same market and has already outgrossed the running tally of $3.5 million earned by rival comedy Neighbors.


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