GLOBAL: 'Annabelle' Opens Big in Mexico, Crosses $200M Worldwide
on October 26, 2014
Annabelle crossed the $100 million overseas and $200 million global milestones over the weekend. The film led the overseas box office with a $26.5 million weekend haul from 62 territories, finishing its latest outing outside of North America with a $126.7 million cume. The film has grossed a total of $206.2 million worldwide. Mexico registered the biggest opening weekend of all time for a horror movie and the biggest 2D opening weekend of the year with an $11.7 million tally.
Lucy took a roaring debut from China, grossing $19 million from the market and taking a combined weekend take of $19.6 million from 41 markets. The film is up to $307.6 million overseas and $434 million worldwide.
Gone Girl grossed $18.4 million over the weekend, bringing its overseas haul up to $118.3 million. The film took the top spot in South Korea with a $3.8 million debut. Gone Girl has grossed a total of $242.3 million worldwide with five more markets left on its schedule.
Dracula Untold bit into another $14.7 million at 7,400 dates across 59 territories, including four #1 premieres. Brazil and Spain posted the top premiere numbers, bringing a combined $4.5 million. The film is up to $117.7 million overseas and $166 million worldwide.
The Maze Runner is keeping up with the competition, grossing $12.6 million over the weekend to take its overseas total up to $179.2 million. The film has grossed a total of $273.2 million globally and will expand to China next weekend.
Hercules flexed its muscles overseas with an $11.3 million haul over the weekend. The film opened in China and Japan for a combined $10.9 million.Hercules has now grossed a total of $165.5 million overseas and $238.1 million globally.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles passed the $200 million mark overseas after bringing in $10.8 million from 32 territories. The film has grossed a total of $201.9 million outside of North America and $392 million worldwide. The Turtles will expand to China next weekend.
Guardians of the Galaxy enjoyed a $3.4 million debut in Italy, its final overseas territory. The film put in a $10.3 million performance outside of North America over the weekend and has grossed a total of $424 million overseas. China continues to be the film's top market with $84.4 million. Guardians has grossed a worldwide total of $752.6 million.
The Book of Life earned $7.8 million over the weekend, bringing its overseas haul up to $18 million. The animated film has grossed $49.9 million worldwide.
The Judge earned $6.9 million from 47 markets, taking its overseas cume to $19 million. The film has grossed a total of $54.2 million worldwide.
Big Hero 6 opened in Russia and Ukraine ahead of North America over the weekend and grossed $5 million. Russia took the lion's share of the figure with a $4.8 million bow.
The Boxtrolls took $3.7 million from 47 territories, bringing the overseas haul up to $41.5 million. The animated film has grossed $89 million globally.
Ouija opened day-and-date across five territories, taking $1.3 million from 234 dates in Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan, Poland and Slovenia. A $20 million North America debut puts the film's global total at $21.3 million. The film expands to 13 terrirotires, including the United Kingdom, next weekend.