GLOBAL REPORT: 'Mockingjay - Part 2' Debuts w/ $250M Worldwide; 'Spectre' Hits $500M Overseas

on November 22, 2015

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Jonathan Papish @ChinaBoxOffice

 

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 opened day-and-date in 87 overseas markets this weekend, earning $146 million and opening #1 in all but 7 markets. Combined with NA’s debut, Mockingjay - Part 2 grossed $247 million worldwide this weekend. The top grossing markets are: UK/Ireland ($17.1M), China ($16.0M), Germany ($14.4M), Mexico ($8.7M), France ($7.1M), Australia ($6.8M), Brazil ($6.8M), Russia ($6.7M), Venezuela ($5.6M), Italy ($4.3M).

Spectre targeted an additional $65.7 million from 92 total markets this weekend, lifting the overseas total to $524.1 million and the global haul to $677.8 million after four weeks of release. India was the sole opener and found $4.8 million including previews to best the 4-day opening of Skyfall in just 3 days. China had a brutal second weekend in the face of local (Our Times) and Hollywood (Mockingjay: Part 2) competition, plummeting 75% for $12.2 million. Spectre’s 10-day cume in the Middle Kingdom is $77.5 million. Spectre’s top 10 markets are: UK/Ireland ($130.5M), China ($77.5M), Germany ($50.7M), Grance ($22.6M), Australia ($14.8M), Netherlands ($14.2M), Russia ($12.3M), Italy ($12.1M), Denmark ($11.8M), and South Korea ($11.3M). The final territory to release is Japan on December 4.

 

Hotel Transylvania 2 earned another $5.8 million from 74 overseas markets this weekend. The animated sequel has grossed $263.6 million overseas and $430.0 million worldwide. Australia (Nov. 26) and South Korea (Dec. 24) remain to release. 

 

Films that earned less than $2 million overseas this weekend + local language films

Our Times (China)

Overseas Weekend: $13.8M

China Total: $17.2M

The Lady in the Van (UK)

Overseas Weekend: $2.6M

Overseas Total: $10.0M

Global Total: $10.0M

Spanish Affairs 2 (Spain)

Overseas Weekend: $7.4M

Overseas Total: $7.4M

Global Total: $7.4M

Rem Ratan Dhan Payo (India)

Overseas Weekend: $4.2M

Overseas Total: $43.4M

Global Total: $47.4M

 

The Martian

Overseas Weekend: $1.9M

Overseas Total: $273.4M

Global Total: $486.4M

 

Pan

Overseas Weekend: $1.7M

Overseas Total: $88.8M

Global Total: $122.5M

Goosebumps

Overseas Weekend: $1.4M

Overseas Total: $32.7M

Global Total: $108.7M

Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse

Overseas Weekend: $1.4M

Overseas Total: $9.2M

Global Total: $12.9M

The Peanuts Movie

Overseas Weekend: $1.3M 

Overseas Total: $9.8M

Global Total: $108.7M

Steve Jobs

Overseas Weekend: $1.2M

Overseas Total: $5.1M

Global Total: $22.7M

Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension

Overseas Weekend: $1.1M

Overseas Total: $58.5M

Global Total $76.5M

The Dressmaker (Australia/New Zealand)

Overseas Weekend: $0.96M

Overseas Total: $10.7M

Global Total: $10.7M

Everest

Overseas Weekend: $0.63M

Overseas Total: $157.4M

Global Total: $200.6M

Bridge of Spies

Overseas Weekend: $0.56M

Overseas Total: $20.4M

Global Total: $85.6M

Crimson Peak

Overseas Weekend: $0.38M

Overseas Total: $42.4M

Global Total: $73.5M

By The Sea

Overseas Weekend: $0.24M

Overseas Total: $0.62M

Global Total: $0.93M


Tags: Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse, Goosebumps, Pan, The Martian, Hotel Transylvania 2, Spectre, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2, Overseas

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