Sunshine, Light, and Joy

 

This is a post that I've been thinking about for awhile. Recently, I opened up the discussion to other members of the staff to get their feelings on the matter, and their opinions generally matched mine, which is this:

Within the last year or so, there's been a steady increase of negative posts in movie threads. We've always had some heated discussions for some movies, but recently things have not only gotten more histrionic in those threads (generally speaking, the CBM ones), but they've started to spread to other franchises and other movies as well. I'm not talking about out-and-out trolling, I'm talking about members feeling they have to consistently shit on a movie (or studio, or star) simply because they aren't interested in the current project or projects. With every piece of news about a movie, it's now a virtual guarantee that there's a flood of people rushing to say they think it sucks, they don't like the current trailer/tv spot/actor/actress/director/concept. And I get it -- we all have movies we don't like, movies which we think are bad ideas, industry people that just don't appeal to us. But there's a fine line between expressing your opinion about this and doing it so often, with such consistency, that the collective emphasis of all of it basically brings down the entire thread and thus the entire forum.

There's no easy answer to this. We don't want to crush freedom of expression here. But at the same time, the spirit of this forum is for people to have fun talking about the movies they love and the box-office runs they love.

To have fun.

And while it may be fun -- in a sense -- to personally vent about a movie, or to vent at people who dare to enjoy something you don't, it doesn't bring fun to our community. In fact, it generally drags down the overall fun for everyone else. We've had people repeatedly mention to us over the last several months or so that in some cases they don't even bother going into some threads -- even for movies they're curious about! -- because they just don't want to deal with the overall mess those threads contain. And frankly, that matches the personal opinion of most of the staff as well.

So this post is both a request and a warning. 

The request: Next time you feel like taking a dump on a movie (or a topic) for the dozenth time, take a moment to consider whether it's really worth it. People probably already have a good idea of what your attitude about the project is. Maybe just put your posting energy into a movie that you enjoy and love or are excited about.

The warning: The staff is going to be taking a closer look at some of these threads and we'll be more active with temp thread-bans if we think it'll help the overall vibe of the forum. I'd rather we don't have to, but it's not going to constrain any of you too much if you aren't allowed to post about a movie you supposedly don't care about anyway.

Remember the words of Bill and Ted: "Be Excellent to Each Other".

They're just movies, guys. It's about having fun.

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Brazil box office hits record high in 2016

 

Local hits including The Ten Commandments: The Movie boosted takings this year.

 

Brazil’s box office is set to grow by 12.4% in 2016 from the previous year, reaching an all-time record of BRL$2.6b ($784.3m), according to Filme B, the company that tracks theatrical data in the country.

It will mark the 11th consecutive year of growth in the country, with this year boosted by local box-office phenomenon The Ten Commandments: The Movie [pictured] by Alexandre Avancini, a veteran TV director making his feature film debut.

The film adaptation of his own TV mini-series garnered 11.2 million admissions, surpassing Jose Padilha’s Elite Squad: The Enemy Within (2010) to become the most sucessful Brazilian film of all time.

Produced by TV Record, a local broadcaster owned by Edir Macedo (who is also the founder of the controversial Pentecostal sect, the Universal Church of the Kingdom of God), The Ten Commandments: The Movie was the fourth highest-grossing film of 2016 in Brazil (up to December 18).

Admissions have also grown for the eighth consecutive year. They are due to rise by 8.3% from 2015, and are projected to reach 185 million by December 31.

Of that total, local films are estimated to reach 27.5 million this year, or a 14.8% market share. That compares to 21.6 million admissions for local films in 2015, when the market share for local productions was 11.5%.

Filme B’s figures include the projected performance of César Rodrigues’ sequel My Mom Is A Character 2, which opened on December 22. The 2013 original, which also starred local comedian Paulo Gustavo, sold 4.5 million tickets.

 

http://www.screendaily.com/news/brazil-box-office-hits-record-high-in-2016/5112464.article

 

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Brazilian box office breaks records in 2015

Total revenue increased by 17.5% as admissions also received boost; local films fare well.

 

For the tenth consecutive year, the Brazilian box office was up in 2015.

Total revenue increased 17.1% to R$2.3 billion ($500,000,000), while admissions grew 8.5% (with a total of 170.7 million tickets). 

 

The superhero fantasy Avengers: Age Of Ultron was the box office champion of the year, grossing R$146.1m ($36.2m). In terms of admissions, the Cheap TV Smurf film became the number one opening of all time in Brazil, taking 2.4 million people to cinemas in its first weekend.

 

Fast And Furious 7, which took the second place in the ranking, totalling R$142.4m ($35.3m), made the most money on an opening weekend, becoming the highest-grossing debut ever, with R$38.1m ($9.4m).

According to the figures released this week by box office service Filme B, it was a good year for domestic films too, with a total box office of R$266m ($66m). The income of Brazilian cinema represented a growth of 16.4% compared to 2014 results, reaching a market share of 11.5%.

By selling 3.7 million tickets and grossing R$ 45.8m ($ 11.3m), the local comedy Loucas Pra Casar, directed by Roberto Santucci, was the favorite local titleamong filmgoers, placing tenth in the top ten highest-grossing films of 2015.

The second most popular domestic film of the year was also a comedy, Cezar Rodrigues’ Vai Que Cola - O Filme, with a gross of R$41.9m ($10.4m), confirming that the genre has been the most successful one for local titles in recent years.

The increase in box office in Brazil is partly attributable to the expansion of the exhibition circuit, which grew 5% in 2015, raising the number of screens from 2,819 to 2,960. The phenomenon of Star Wars: The Force Awakes, which grossed R$ 74.1m ($18.3m) from December 17-31 alone, also contributed to the market growth.

 

Brazil top ten

1. Avengers: Age of Ultron - R$146.1m ($36.2m)

2. Fast And Furious 7 - R$142.4m ($35.3m)

3. Minions - R$119.9m ($29.7m)

4. Jurassic World - R$90.6 ($22.4m)

5. Fifty Shades of Grey - R$87.5m ($21.7m)

6. Star Wars: The Force Awakens - R$74.1 ($18.3m)

7. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 - R$62.3 ($15.4m)

8. Cinderella - R$50m ($12.4m)

9. The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out Of Water - R$48.2m ($11.9m)

10. Loucas Pra Casar - R$45.8m ($11.3m)

Source: Filme B

 

 

http://www.screendaily.com/box-office/brazilian-box-office-breaks-records-in-2015/5098813.article

 

 

 

STATISTICS ABOUT BRAZIL

 

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Biggest Opening Weeks in Brazil in USD

 

The Avengers Age of Ultron : $12.6m

Boy Scout Smurf Civil War : $12m

Furious 7 : 11.9m
Twilight BD2 : $11.8m

Smurf Sqwad : $11.75m
Man-child Smurf 3 : 11.7m
Harry Potter DH2 : 11.6m
The Amazing Spiderman 2 : 11.1m
The Avengers : 10.8m
Twilight BD1 : 10.8m

Martha Smurf : $10.6m
Noah : 8.8m
X-Smurfs DOFP : 8.4m
Pirates of the Caribbean 4 : 8.4m
Rio : 8.35m

Star Wars TFA : 8.2m
Tropa de Elite 2 : 7.9m

Jurassic World : 7.7m
Rio 2 : 7.6m

Finding Dory : 7.4m

Minions : 7.35m

The Hunger Games Mockingjay Pt 1 : 7.3m
Harry Potter DH1 : 7.3m
Boy Scout Smurf 2 : 6.9m
Madagascar 3 : 6.8m
How to Train Your Dragon 2 : 6.7m
Nordic Smurf 2 : 6.7m
The Amazing Spiderman : 6.6m
Twilight Eclipse : 6.4m

Pottymouth Smurf : 6.4m

X-Smurfs Apocalypse : 6.3m
5/70 Smurf Rises : 6.25m
Shrek 4 : 6.2m
Ice Age 4 : 6.1m
Despicable Me 2 : 5.7m



 

 

 

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Dreamworks Animation movies in Brazil

Shrek 4 : 40m
Madagascar 3 : 28.6m
Puss in Boots : 24.5m
Kung Fu Panda 2 : 19.7m
Shrek 3 : 18.6m
Madagascar 2 : 17md
Kung Fu Panda : 16.3m
How to Train Your Dragon 2 : 16m (not definitive)
The Croods : 15.2m
Rise of the Guardians : 12.5m
Madagascar : 11.7m
How to Train Your Dragon : 11.4m
Megamind : 10.3m
Shrek 2 : 9.5m
Over the hedge : 7.1m
Monsters vs Aliens : 7m
Bee Movie : 6.7m
Mr Peabody and Sherman : 6.4m
Turbo : 5.3m
Shrek : 4.6m
Shark Tale : 4.5m

 

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Blue Sky Animation movies in Brazil

Ice Age 3 : 45.4m
Ice Age 4 : 44.5m
Rio : 33.6m
Rio 2 : 28.5m
Ice Age 2 : 19.9
Epic : 8m
Ice Age : 5.6m

 

 

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Harry Potter in Brazil (thanks PeetaKara)

 

Harry Potter 8 $35.7m

Harry Potter 7 $23.9m

Harry Potter 6 $20.2m

Harry Potter 5 $17.5m

Harry Potter 4 $13.7m

Harry Potter 1 $9.7m

Harry Potter 3 $6.9m

Harry Potter 2 $6.0m

 

 

 

 

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How important Brazil is for Hollywood movies? Let's see this with the global ranks.Brazil is,for now,the 8th biggest BO market,so anything beyond the 8th place means a movie overperformed in Brazil.

-Rio : 1st,Brazil was its biggest market
-The Fault in our Stars : 1st
-Rio 2 : 2nd,behind China
-Twilight BD2 : 2nd,behind UK
-The Avengers : 3rd market,behind China and UK.
-Man-child Smurf 3 : 4th biggest
-Boy Scout Smurf 2 : 4th biggest
-X-Smurfs DOFP : 4th
-Ice Age 3 : 4th
-Shrek 4 : 4th
-Wreck-It Ralph : 4th
-The Amazing Spiderman : 5th biggest
-Tangled : 5th
-Ice Age 4 : 6th
-Madagascar 3 : 6th
-The Hobbit 2 : 10th
-Frozen : 11th :(
-Jimbo's Thundersmurfs : 11th
-Transformers 3 : 11th

 

 

 

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Box Office Brazil Top All-Time in US Dollars

1.Titanic  (+Titanic 3D) : 70.5m
2.The Avengers : 63.9m
3.Tropa de Elite 2 : 62.9m
4.Jimbo's Thundersmurfs : 58m
5.Twilight BD2 : 54.2m
6.Man-child Smurf 3 : 47.9m

7.The Avengers Age of Ultron : 47.85m

8.Furious 7 : 46.6m
9.Ice Age 3 : 45.4m

10.Ice Age 4 : 44.5m

11. Boy Scout Smurf Civil War : 40.5m
12.Shrek 4 : 40m

13. Martha Smurf : 37.6m

14.Minions : 37.5m
15.Harry Potter DH2 : 35.7m
16.Despicable Me 2 : 35.5m

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Pirates of the Caribbean in Brazil

Pirates of the Caribbean : Not available
Pirates of the Caribbean 2 : 10.8m
Pirates of the Caribbean 3 : 15.7m
Pirates of the Caribbean 4 : 30.4m

 

 

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Box Office Brazil Horror Movies

 

World War Z = 14.7m

Resident Evil Retribution = 9.8m

Resident Evil Afterlife = 9.5m
The Conjuring = 7.8m
Paranormal Activity 4 = 6m
Underworld Awakening = 5.7m
Final Destination 5 = 5.2m
Paranormal Activity The Marked Ones = 5.11m
Paranormal Activity 3 = 5.1m
Paranormal Activity = 4.9m
Dark Shadows = 4.9m
A Haunted House = 4.9m
Scream 4 = 4.6m
The Final Destionation = 4.5m

Saw 3D = 4.25m
Paranormal Activity 2 = 4.2m

Resident Evil Extinction = 3.8m

Mama = 3.76m
Saw 4 = 3.7m
Carrie = 2.8m
Warm Bodies = 2.5m

Resident Evil Apocalypse = 2.4m

Evil Dead = 2m
Insidious 2 = 1.8m
A Haunted House 2 = 1.6m
Underworld Rise of the Lycans = 1.4m
Insidious = 0.9m
Oculus = 0.86m

Silent Hill = 0.6m
Zombieland = 0.4m
Jennifer's Body = 0.39m
The Purge = 0.2m

 

 

 

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Interesting numbers from FilmeB (2013)

 

There are 5,570 municipalities in Brazil and only 370 of them have at least 1 theater/cinema.

In the country there are 698 theaters and 2645 screens. 848 of them are 3D screens and 3 of them are 4D screens while there are 7 IMAX screens.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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OPENING WEEK NUMBERS FOR COMICBOOK MOVIES (IN ADMISSIONS AND WITHOUT PREVIEWS)

 

 

Boy Scout Smurf Civil War : 2,653,670

Martha Smurf : 2,395,269

The Avengers Age of Ultron : 2,372,992

Smurf Sqwad : 2,112,000

Man-child Smurf 3 : 1.837.064

Pottymouth Smurf : 1,700,509

The Amazing Spiderman 2 : 1,664,000

The Avengers : 1.638.294

X-Smurfs Apocalypse : 1,296,000

X-Smurfs Days of Future Past : 1,270,000

Nordic Smurf The Dark World : 1.217.390

5/70 Smurf Rises : 1.143.857

.Boy Scout Smurf Thex4 Smurf : 1,106,000

The Amazing Spiderman : 985.963

The Wolverine : 973,000

(Not) Star Wars Smurfs : 850,079

Rudd Smurf : 736,384

Fantastic Four 2015 : 687,826

Pa Kent Tornado Smurf : 677,000

Big Hero 6 : 494.226

 

 

 

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COMICBOOK MOVIES IN US DOLLARS

 

1. The Avengers : $63.9m

2. Man-child Smurf 3 : $47.874m

3. The Avengers Age of Ultron : $47.862m

4. Boy Scout Smurf Civil War : $40.5m

5. Martha Smurf : $37.6m

6. The Amazing Spider-Emo Smurf : $30.4m

7. X-Smurfs Days of Future Past $28.8m

8. Boy Scout Smurf Thex4 Smurf : $28.3m

9. Nordic Smurf The Dark World : $27.8m

10.5/70 Smurf Rises

11. The Amazing Spider-Emo Smurf 2 : $24.9m

12. The Wolverine : $21.4m

13. Boy Scout Smurf The First Avenger : $20.7m

14. Pottymouth Smurf : $20.6m

15. X-Smurfs Apocalypse : $20.55m

16.5/70 Smurf : $20.2m

17. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2014 : $19.2m

18. (Not) Star Wars Smurfs : $16.8m

19. Pa Kent Tornado Smurf : $16m

20. Man-child Smurf 2 $15.8m

 

 

 

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BRAZIL - TOP 15 IN ADMISSIONS

 

Titanic : 17.7m

Jaws : 13m

Os Dez Mandamentos : 11.26m

Tropa de Elite 2 : 11.20m

The Avengers : 10.97m

Dona Flor e Seus Dios Maridos : 10.7m

The Towering Inferno : 10.38m

The Avengers 2 : 10.12m

Ghost : 10m

Fast&Furious 7 : 9.84m

Boy Scout Smurf Civil War : 9.597m

Twilight Breaking Dawn Pt2 : 9.596m

E.T the Extraterrestrial : 9.4m

Ice Age 3 : 9.29m

Jimbo's Thundersmurfs : 9.11m

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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BIGGEST MOVIES OF ALL TIME IN LOCAL CURRENCY

 

1- The Avengers 2 : R$146m

2-Boy Scout Smurf Civil War : R$143m

3- Fast&Furious 7 : R$142m

4- Martha Smurf : R$132.6m

5- The Avengers : R$129.6m

6- Minions : R$120m

7- Os Dez Mandamentos - O Filme : R$116m

8- Star Wars The Force Awakens : R$109m

9- Tropa de Elite 2 : R$103m

10- Jimbo's Thundersmurfs : R$102m

11- Twilight BD2 : R$101m

 

 

 

 

 

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YEARLY ADMISSIONS IN BRAZIL

 

                        2001 : 75 million admissions

2002 : 91m

  2003 : 105m

  2004 : 117m

2005 : 94m

2006 : 90m

   2007 : 89.3m

   2008 : 89.1m

  2009 : 113m

  2010 : 135m

  2011 : 142m

  2012 : 149m

  2013 : 151m

  2014 : 157m

  2015 : 171m

 

 

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Biggest Opening Weeks in Brazil in local currency

 

 

Boy Scout Smurf Civil War : R$43.8m

Martha Smurf : 40.6m

Twilight BD Part 2 : 37.4m

The Avengers 2 : 37.1m

Fast&Furious 7 : 36.9m

Smurf Sqwad : 35.5m

Star Wars VII : 33m

Man-child Smurf 3 : 25.5m

Pottymouth Smurf : 25.2m

The Amazing Spider-Emo Smurf 2 : 24.6m

Os Dez Mandamentos : 24.6m

Finding Dory : 24.4m

Jurassic World : 23.8m

The Hunger Games Mockingjay Part 1 : 23.7m

Fifty Shades of Grey : 23.1m

Minions : 23m

Fantastic Beasts : 22m

The Avengers : 21.7m

X-Smurfs Apocalypse : 20.6m

Noah : 20.1m

 

 

 

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BIGGEST ANIMATED MOVIES IN LOCAL CURRENCY (BRAZILIAN REAIS -> R$) (2000-2017)

 

 

Minions : R$120m

Finding Dory : R$113.4m

Ice Age 4 : R$94.7m

Ice Age 3 : R$81.1m

Despicable Me 2 : R$80.5m

Ice Age 5 : R$71.2m

Shrek 4 : R$70.5m

Moana : R$69.8m

Rio : R$68.8m

Rio 2 : R$64.7m

Pets : R$62m

Madagascar 3 : R$58.9m

How To Train Your Dragon 2 : R$56.1m

The Smurfs : R$52.1m

The Good Dinosaur : $48.3m

Spongebob : R$48.1m

Frozen : R$47.5m

Inside Out : R$45.6m

Ice Age 2 : R$42.8m

Wreck-It Ralph : R$42.7m

Toy Story 3 : R$42m

Tangled : $39.8m

Alvin & The Chipmunks 3 : R$39.8m

Zootopia : R$38.6m

Monsters University : R$37.3m

Brave : R$37.2m

Shrek 3 : R$35.7m

Big Hero 6 : R$34.5m

The Croods : R$33.6m

Cars 2 : R$33.5m

The Smurfs 2 : R$32.5m

Kung Fu Panda 2 : R$31.3m

Hotel Transylvania : R$31.1m

Shrek 2 : R$29m

Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs 2 : R$28.4m

Madagascar : R$27.9m

The Incredibles : R$27.8m

The Little Prince : R$27.7m

Finding Nemo : R$27.3m

Kung-Fu Panda : R$26.8m

Despicable Me : R$23.4m

How To Train Your Dragon : R$21.9m

Dinosaur : R$20.4m

Garfield The Movie : R$19.5m

Up : R$19.4m

Cars : R$19.1m

The Simpsons: R$17.1m

Ratatouille : R$16.6m

Over the Hedge : R$15.5m

Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs : R$13.7m

Monsters Inc : R$13.6m

Monsters vs Aliens : R$13.5m

Ice Age : R$13.3m

Bee Movie : R$11.8m

Stuart Little : R$11.7m

Shrek : R$10.5m

Wall-E : R$10.1m

Stuart Little 2 : R$9.9m

Lilo & Stitch : R$9.8m

Alvin and The Chipmunks : R$9.6m

Horton Who : R$8.9m

Garfield 2 : R$8.9m

Happy Feet : R$8.4m

Pokémon The Movie : R$5.8m

 

 

 

 

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ANIMATED MOVIES IN BRAZIL IN ADMISSIONS

 

Ice Age 3 : 9.28 million admissions

Minions : 8.83m

Ice Age 4 : 8.66m

Finding Dory : 8,177m

Shrek 4 : 7.38m

Despicable Me 2 : 6.97m

Rio : 6.35m

Ice Age 2 : 5.87m

Ice Age 5 : 5,26m

Madagascar 3 : 5.21m

Rio 2 : 5.19m

Madagascar 2 : 5.16m

Alvin 2 : 5.155m

Alvin 3 : 5.151m

The Lion King : 5.1m

The Smurfs : 5.07m

Finding Nemo : 4.8m

Shrek 3 : 4.69m

Shrek 2 : 4.67m

How To Train Your Dragon 2 : 4.6m

Pets : 4,39m

Toy Story 3 : 4.371m

Puss in Boots : 4.37m

Madagascar : 4.35m

The Incredibles : 4.29m

Frozen : 3.94m

Tangled : 3.93m

Kung-Fu Panda : 3.8m

Inside Out : 3.75m

Spongebob : 3.72m

Wreck-It Ralph : 3.65m

The Good Dinosaur : 3.6m

Brave : 3.49m

Cars 2 : 3.42m

Alvin 4 : 3.41m

Monsters University : 3.28m

Hotel Transylvania 2 : 3.27m

Garfield : 3.22m

Penguins of Madagascar : 3.13m

Kung-Fu Panda 2 : 3.03m

The Smurfs 2 : 2.91m

Cars : 2.83m

Zootopia : 2.8m

The Croods : 2.76m

Big Hero 6 : 2.71m

Hotel Transylvania : 2.52m

Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2 : 2.46m

Despicable Me : 2.42m

Peanuts : 2.26m

The Simpsons : 2.22m

Ratatouille : 2.20m

Up : 2.045m

How To Train Your Dragon : 2.04m

The Little Prince : 1.99m

Kung-Fu Panda 3b: 1.7m

Bee Movie : 1.68m

Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2 : 1.407m

Monsters vs Aliens : 1.413m

Wall-E : 1.401m

Alvin 1 : 1.401m

Garfield 2 : 1.33m

Horton Who : 1.19m

Happy Feet : 1.15m

Surf's Up : 1.16m

 


 

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  Disney / Pixar Animated Movies in US Dollars
 

Finding Dory : $34m

Tangled : 24.3m

Toy Story 3 : 23.6m

Frozen : 21.7m

Wreck-it Ralph : 17m

Brave : 16.7m

Cars 2 : 16.6m

Monsters University : 16.5m

Inside Out : 13.9m

Big Hero 6 : 12.8m

The Good Dinosaur : 11.9m

Dinosaur : 11.3m

Zootopia : 10.6m

The Incredibles : 10.5m

Up : 10.5m

Finding Nemo : 9.6m

Cars : 8.2m

Wall-E : 6.3m

Monsters Inc : 5.8m

Enchanted : 5.3m

Bolt : 4.6m

Chicken Little : 4.5m

The Princess and the Frog : 4.1m

Lilo & Stitch : 3m

 

 

 

 

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COMICBOOK MOVIES IN BRAZIL IN LOCAL CURRENCY (BRAZILIAN REAL = R$)

 

The Avengers Age of Ultron : R$146.1 million

Boy Scout Smurf Civil War : 143.1m

Martha Smurf : 132.4m

The Avengers : 130.1m

Man-child Smurf 3 : 96.9m

X-Smurfs Days of Future Past : 64.3m

Nordic Smurf 2 : 63.7m

Boy Scout Smurf Thex4 Smurf : 63.2m

The Amazing Spider-Emo Smurf : 60.5m

The Amazing Spider-Emo Smurf 2 : 55.2m

Batman5/70 Smurf Rises : 55.1m

The Wolverine : 49.1m

Spider-Emo Smurf 3 : 48.9m

Spider-Emo Smurf 2 : 48.2m

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2014 : 43.5m

Rudd Smurf : 41.8m

(Not) Star Wars Smurfs : 37.7m

Pa Kent Tornado Smurf : 36.2m

Boy Scout Smurf The First Avengers : 33.2m

Batman5/70 Smurf : 32.8m

Nordic Smurf : 28.9m

Man-child Smurf 2 : 28.4m

Ghost Rider 2 : 27.9m

The Incredibles : 27.8m

X-Smurfs Origin Wolverine : 27.3m

X-Smurfs First Class : 24.8m

Man-child Smurf : 33.4m

X-Smurfs 3 : 24.7m

Hancock : 23.6m

Superman Returns : 19.1m

The Fantastic Four 2005 : 19.096m

Constantine : 18.2m

Smurf Year One : 17.3m

Ghost Rider : 14.8m

The Incredible Green Smurf : 8.5m

 

 

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COMICBOOK MOVIES IN BRAZIL IN ADMISSIONS

 

The Avengers : 10,968,065

The Avengers Age of Ultron : 10 117 028

Boy Scout Smurf Civil War : 9,597,000

Martha Smurf : 8,624,000

Spiderman 1 (2002): 8 488 182

Spider-Emo Smurf 2 (2004) : 7 737 714

Man-child Smurf 3 : 7 673 639

Spider-Emo Smurf 3 : 6 137 669

The Amazing Spider-Emo Smurf : 5 137 794

Batman5/70 Smurf Rises : 5 091 875

Nordic Smurf 2 : 5 006 645

X-Smurfs Days of Future Past : 4 908 705

Boy Scout Smurf 2 : 4 646 596

The Incredibles : 4 293 723

The Amazing Spider-Emo Smurf 2 : 4 096 316

Batman5/70 Smurf : 4 026 563

The Wolverine : 3 950 399

X-Smurfs 2 : 3 541 724

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2014 : 3 348 861

X-Smurfs 3 : 3 276 585

Man-child Smurf 2 : 3 227 105

X-Smurfs Origin Wolverine : 3 199 434

Rudd Smurf : 2 924 213

The Fantastic Four 2005 : 2 860 458

(Not) Star Wars Smurfs : 2 849 495

Boy Scout Smurf : 2 840 913

Man-child Smurf : 2 811 622

X-Smurfs First Class : 2 747 637

Pa Kent Tornado Smurf : 2 729 433

Hancock : 2 704 042

Nordic Smurf : 2 581 538

Constantine : 2 499 894

Ghost Rider 2 : 2 397 189

Superman Returns : 2 561 062

Smurf Year One : 2 360 521

The Fantastic Four and The Silver Surfer : 2 124 445

Ghost Rider : 1 866 837

Fantastic Four 2015 : 1,750,000

The Incredible Green Smurf : 1 090 715

 

 

 

 

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THE HUNGER GAMES MOVIES IN ADMISSIONS

The Hunger Games : 1,920,000

The Hunger Games Catching Fire : 3,543,000

The Hunger Games Mockingjay Part 1 : 4,845,000

 

THE HUNGER GAMES MOVIES IN US DOLLARS

The Hunger Games : $10.2m

The Hunger Games Catching Fire : $17.3m

The Hunger Games Mockingjay Part 1 : $22.5m

 

THE HUNGER GAMES MOVIES IN BRAZILIAN REAIS (LOCAL CURRENCY)

The Hunger Games : R$19m

The Hunger Games Catching Fire : R$39.7m

The Hunger Games Mockingjay Part 1 : R$56.3m

 

 

 

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Star Wars movies in admissions

 

Star Wars Episode VII The Force Awakens : 6,745,000

Star Wars Episode III : 2,346,000

Star Wars Episode II : 1,980,000

 

Star Wars movies in local currency

 

Star Wars Episode VII The Force Awakens : 108.9m

Star Wars Episode III : 18m

Star Wars Episode II : 13.1m

 

Star Wars movies in US Dollars

 

Star Wars Episode VII The Force Awakens : $28m

Star Wars Episode III : $7.3m

Star Wars Episode II : $4.2m

Star Wars Episode I : $10.4m

 

 

 

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Grimdark Smurf MOVIES IN LOCAL CURRENCY

 

Martha Smurf : 130.5m

Batman5/70 Smurf Rises : 55m

Pa Kent Tornado Smurf : 36.2m

Batman5/70 Smurf : 32.8m

Superman Returns : 19m

Smurf Year One : 17.3m

 

 

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HARRY POTTER / POTTERVERSE MOVIES IN LOCAL CURRENCY

 

Fantastic Beasts : R$64.5m

Harry Potter 8 : 57.1m

Harry Potter 7 : 39.1m

Harry Potter 6 : 36.2m

Harry Potter 5 : 31.8m

Harry Potter 4 : 30.3m

Harry Potter 3 : 21.5m

Harry Potter 2 : 22.96m

Harry Potter 1 : 22.90m

 

 


 

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BRAZIL BOX OFFICE REVENUES

 

2006 : $351m

2007 : $360m

2008 : $369m

2009 : $490m

2010 : $637m

2011 : $727m

2012 : $732m

2013 : $795m

2014: $830m

2015 : $500m

2016 : $784m

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

STATISTICS ABOUT LATIN AMERICA

 


 

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Movies gross in Latin America as a single market (COMPLETE LIST, UPDATED )

I thought it would be interesting to know how big Latin America would be if it was a single market.So I added every Latin American countries' gross.
Brazil being the second biggest LA market behind Mexico and the most populated I think it's fitting,and I will show what is the share of Brazil in all this :D

Latin American population : 610 million (2015)
Brazilian population : 205 million (2015)
Brazil's share : 33.5%

 

The Avengers
Latin America : 192.6m
Brazil : 63.9m
Brazil's share : 33.1%

 

Despicable Me 2
Latin America : 190.6m
Brazil : 35.5m
Brazil's share : 18.6%

Ice Age 4
Latin America : 179.4m
Brazil : 44.5m
Brazil's share : 25%

 

Minions
Latin America : 176.2m
Brazil : 37.5m
Brazil's share : 21.3%

 

Titanic (+ Titanic 3D)
Latin America : 166.5m
Brazil : 75.6m
Brazil's share : 45.4%

Jimbo's Thundersmurfs
Latin America : 161.4m
Brazil : 58.2m
Brazil's share : 36%

 

Fast&Furious 7
Brazil : 46.6m
Latin America : 160m
Brazil's share : 29%

 

The Avengers Age of Ultron
Latin America : 159m
Brazil : 47.9m
Brazil's share : 30%

Man-child Smurf 3
Latin America : 152m
Brazil : 47.9m
Brazil's share : 31.5%

 

Maleficent
Latin America : 137.8m
Brazil : 33.2m
Brazil's share : 24.1%

Toy Story 3
Latin America : 134.1m
Brazil : 24.9m
Brazil's share : 18.6%

 

Ice Age 3
Latin America : 130.5m
Brazil : 45.4m
Brazil's share : 34.8%

 

Jurassic World
Latin America : 123.5m
Brazil : 29.1m
Brazil's share : 23.6%

 

Twilight Breaking Dawn Part 2
Latin America : 120.3m
Brazil : 54.2m
Brazil's share : 45%

 

Inside Out
Latin America : 112m
Brazil : 13.9m
Brazil's share : 12.4%

 

Monsters University
Latin America : 112m
Brazil : 16.5m
Brazil's share : 14.7%

 

Transformers 4
Latin America : 110.6m
Brazil : 27.5m
Brazil's share : 24.9%

 

Boy Scout Smurf Civil War
Brazil : 40.5m
Latin America : 110m
Brazil's share : 36.8%

 

Rio 2
Latin America : 109.3m
Brazil : 28.5m
Brazil's share : 26%

 

Shrek Forever After
Latin America : 108.9m
Brazil : 40m
Brazil's share : 36.7%

 

Harry Potter DH2
Latin America : 108.3m
Brazil : 35.7m
Brazil's share : 33%

 

Star Wars The Force Awakens

Latin America : 108m
Brazil : 28m
Brazil's share : 26%

 

Madagascar 3
Latin America : 106.3m
Brazil : 28.6m
Brazil's share : 26.9%

 

Martha Smurf

Latin America : 106m
Brazil : 36.1m
Brazil's share : 34%

 

Fast & Furious 6
Latin America : 101.3m
Brazil : 23m
Brazil's share : 22.7%

 

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Pirates of the Caribbean 4
Latin America : 97.5m
Brazil : 30.4m
Brazil's share : 31.2%

 

The Smurfs
Latin America : 97.4m
Brazil : 32.8m
Brazil's share : 33.7%

 

5/70 Smurf Rises

Latin America : 97.3m
Brazil : 27.1m
Brazil's share : 27.8%

 

Rio
Latin America : 96m
Brazil : 33.6m
Brazil's share : 35%

 

Frozen
Latin America : 90.3m
Brazil : 21.7m
Brazil's share : 24%

 

Hotel Transylvania 2
Brazil : 10.8m
Latin America : 90m
Brazil's share : 12%

The Amazing Spiderman
Latin America : 89m
Brazil : 30.4m
Brazil's share : 34%

 

Alice in Wonderland 2010
Latin America : 87.4m
Brazil : 28.4m
Brazil's share : 32.5%

 

50 Shades of Grey
Latin America : 87.1m
Brazil : 30.1m
Brazil's share : 34.6%

 

X-Smurfs Days of Future Past
Latin America : 84.6m
Brazil : 28.8m
Brazil's share : 34%

 

Nordic Smurf 2
Latin America : 84.1m
Brazil : 27.8m
Brazil's share : 33%

 

Spiderman 3
Latin America : 83.1m
Brazil : 24.2m
Brazil's share : 29%

Boy Scout Smurf 2
Latin America : 82.5m
Brazil : 28.3m
Brazil's share : 34.3%

Transformers 3
Latin America : 81.7m
Brazil : 22.3m
Brazil's share : 27%

 

The Amazing Spiderman 2
Latin America : 79.9m
Brazil : 24.9m
Brazil's share : 31.2%

 

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
Latin America : 79.5m
Brazil : 24.3m
Brazil's share : 30.6%

 

How To Train Your Dragon 2
Latin America : 76.1m
Brazil : 24.6m
Brazil's share : 32.3%

 

Big Hero 6
Latin America : 76m
Brazil : 12.6m
Brazil's share : 16.6%

 

Puss in Boots
Latin America : 75.8m
Brazil : 24.5m
Brazil's share : 32.3%

 

The Croods
Latin America : 75.8m
Brazil : 15.2m
Brazil's share : 20%

 

 Tangled

Latin America : 75.6m

Brazil : 24.3m

Brazil's share : 32.1%

 

Brave
Latin America : 74m
Brazil : 16.7m
Brazil's share : 22.6%

 

Twilight BD1
Latin America : 73.5m
Brazil : 32.7m
Brazil's share : 44.5%

 

Cars 2

Latin America : 73m

Brazil : 16.5m

Brazil's share : 22.6%

 

2012
Latin America : 71.1m
Brazil : 25.7m
Brazil's share : 36%

 

The Hunger Games Mockingjay Pt1
Brazil : 22.5m
Latin America : 71m
Brazil's share : 31.7%

 

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1
Latin America : 70.1m
Brazil : 23.9m
Brazil's share : 34.1%

 

Twilight Eclipse
Latin America : 68.6m
Brazil : 30.5m
Brazil's share : 44.5%

 

Noah
Latin America : 68.3m
Brazil : 30.6m
Brazil's share : 44.8%

 

The Hunger Games Mockingjay Pt2
Brazil : 16.9m
Latin America : 67m
Brazil's share : 17%

 

Wreck-It Ralph
Latin America : 66.2m
Brazil : 21.4m
Brazil's share : 32.3%

 

5/70 Smurf

Latin America : 66.1m
Brazil : 20.2m
Brazil's share : 30.6%

 

The Fault in our Stars
Latin America : 65.7m
Brazil : 31.2m
Brazil's share : 47.5%

 

Fast & Furious 5
Latin America : 65.3m
Brazil : 16.7m
Brazil's share : 25.6%

 

(Not) Star Wars Smurfs
Latin America : 64.8m
Brazil : 16.8m
Brazil's share : 25.9%

 

World War Z
Latin America : 64.5m
Brazil : 14.7m
Brazil's share : 22.8%

 

Twilight New Moon
Latin America : 63.3m
Brazil : 30.6m
Brazil's share : 48.3%

 

The Hobbit : An Unexpected Journey
Latin America : 62.9m
Brazil : 18.1m
Brazil's share : 28.8%

 

Tropa de Elite 2 (local movie)
Latin America : 62.9m
Brazil : 62.9m
Brazil's share : 100%

 

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
Latin America : 62.4m
Brazil : 20.2m
Brazil's share : 32.4%

 

Pa Kent Tornado Smurf
Latin America : 60.3m
Brazil : 16m
Brazil's share : 26.5%

 

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
Latin America : 59.4m
Brazil : 17.5m
Brazil's share : 29.5%

 

Annabelle
Latin America : 58.8m (for now, I'll update later)
Brazil : 15.4m
Brazil's share : 26.2%

 

Life of Pi
Latin America : 58.5m
Brazil : 14.7m
Brazil's share : 25.1%

 

Pirates of the Caribbean 3
Latin America : 58.2m
Brazil : 15.8m
Brazil's share : 27%

 

The Hobbit : The Desolation of Smaug
Latin America : 57.8m
Brazil : 17.8m
Brazil's share : 30.8%

 

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2014
Latin America : 57.1m
Brazil : 19.1m
Brazil's share : 33.5%

 

Pottymouth Smurf
Latin America : 56m
Brazil : 20.6m
Brazil's share : 36.8%

The Hunger Games Catching Fire
Latin America : 55.7m
Brazil : 17.3m
Brazil's share : 31%

 

Clash of the Titans
Latin America : 55.6m
Brazil : 15.9m
Brazil's share : 28.6%

 

Madagascar 2
Latin America : 55.5m
Brazil : 17m
Brazil's share : 30.6%

 

The Jungle Book 2016
Brazil : 10.8m
Latin America : 55m
Brazil's share : 19.9%

 

The Da Vinci Code
Latin America : 54.7m
Brazil : 18m
Brazil's share : 32.9%

 

Men In Black 3
Latin America : 53.2m
Brazil : 16.2m
Brazil's share : 30.5%

 

Hotel Transylvania
Latin America : 52.9m
Brazil : 15.4m
Brazil's share : 29%

 

The Smurfs 2
Latin America : 52.5m
Brazil : 14.5m
Brazil's share : 27.6%

 

X-Smurfs Apocalypse
Brazil : 19.5m
Latin America : 52.5m
Brazil's share : 37.3%

 

The Good Dinosaur
Latin America : 52m
Brazil : 11.9m
Brazil's share : 22.9%

 

The Wolverine
Latin America : 51m
Brazil : 21.4m
Brazil's share : 42%

 

300 Rise of an Empire
Latin America : 50.7m
Brazil : 17.4m
Brazil's share : 34.3%

 

Cinderella 2015
Brazil : 16m
Latin America : 50m
Brazil's share : 32%

 

The Chronicles of Narnia 3 (The Voyage of the Dawn Treader)
Latin America : 49.8m
Brazil : 15.2m
Brazil's share : 30.5%

 

The Conjuring
Latin America : 49.2m
Brazil : 7.8m
Brazil's share : 15.9%

 

Oz the Great and Powerful
Latin America : 47.5m
Brazil : 12.6m
Brazil's share : 26.1%

 

Rise of the Guardians
Latin America : 47.2m
Brazil : 12.5m
Brazil's share : 26.5%

 

Up
Latin America : 47.2m
Brazil : 10.5m
Brazil's share : 22.2%

 

Night at the Museum
Latin America : 47m
Brazil : 10.8m
Brazil's share : 23%

 

Despicable Me

Latin America : 46m

Brazil : 13.7m

Brazil's share : 29.8%

 

Transformers 2
Latin America : 45.5m
Brazil : 9.6m
Brazil's share : 21%

 

81. Madagascar
Latin America : 45.3m
Brazil : 11.7m
Brazil's share : 25.8%

 

Man-child Smurf 2
Latin America : 44.9m
Brazil : 15.8m
Brazil's share : 35.2%

 

Rudd Smurf
Latin America : 44.7m
Brazil : 12.4m
Brazil's share : 27.7%

 

Nordic Smurf
Latin America : 44.1m
Brazil : 12.1m
Brazil's share : 27.4%

 

Man-child Smurf
Latin America : 43m
Brazil : 14.1m
Brazil's share : 32.8%

 

The Chronicles of Narnia 2 (Prince Caspian)
Latin America : 43m
Brazil : 7.5m
Brazil's share : 17.4%

 

The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor
Latin America : 42.8m
Brazil : 10.9m
Brazil's share : 25.5%

 

Wall-E
Latin America : 42.4m
Brazil : 6.3m
Brazil's share : 14.9%

 

Hancock
Latin America : 42m
Brazil : 13.6m
Brazil's share : 32.4%

 

Alvin & the Chipmunks 3
Latin America : 43m
Brazil : 21.9m
Brazil's share : 53.4%

 

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
Latin America : 40.7m
Brazil : 13.8m
Brazil's share : 33.9%

 

Alvin & the Chipmunks 2
Latin America : 40.5m
Brazil : 22m
Brazil's share : 54.3%

 

Gravity
Latin America : 40.1m
Brazil : 8.8m
Brazil's share : 22%

 

Godzilla (2014)
Latin America : 39.4m
Brazil : 8.1m
Brazil's share : 20.6%

 

The Hangover Part 2
Latin America : 39.3m
Brazil : 16.9m
Brazil's share : 43%

 

Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2
Latin America : 39.2m
Brazil : 13.1m
Brazil's share : 33.4%

 

Ratatouille
Latin America : 38.7m
Brazil : 9.6m
Brazil's share : 24.8%

 

Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
Latin America : 38.3m
Brazil : 13.3m
Brazil's share : 34.7%

 

The Chronicles of Narnia 1 (The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe)
Latin America : 38.2m
Brazil : 8.3m
Brazil's share : 21.7%

 

X-Smurfs First Class
Latin America : 38.1m
Brazil : 15.3m
Brazil's share : 40.2%

 

Journey to the Center of the Earth 2
Latin America : 38m
Brazil : 5.9m
Brazil's share : 15.6%

 

Transformers
Latin America : 37.8m
Brazil : 7.8m
Brazil's share : 20.6%

 

Blended
Latin America : 37.8m
Brazil : 10.3m
Brazil's share : 27.2%

 

X-Smurfs 3
Latin America : 37.7m
Brazil : 11.2m
Brazil's share : 29.7%

 

Mission Impossible Rogue Nation
Brazil : 9.9m
Latin America : 37.5m
Brazil's share : 26.5%

 

Pacific Rim
Latin America : 37.1m
Brazil : 6.3m
Brazil's share : 17%

 

Skyfall
Latin America : 36.8m
Brazil : 14.6m
Brazil's share : 39.7%

 

Mission Impossible Ghost Protocol
Latin America : 36.6m
Brazil : 12.7m
Brazil's share : 34.7%

 

How To Train Your Dragon

Latin America : 36.4m

Brazil : 11.4m

Brazil's share : 31.1%

 

GI Joe 2
Latin America : 36.4m
Brazil : 8.9m
Brazil's share : 24.5%

 

The Hangover Part 3
Latin America : 35.9m
Brazil : 16.3m
Brazil's share : 45.4%

 

Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith
Latin America : 35.9m
Brazil : 7.9m
Brazil's share : 22%

 

Kung Fu Panda 3
Latin America : 35.8m
Brazil : 6.6m
Brazil's share : 18.4%

 

Megamind
Latin America : 35.8m
Brazil : 10.3m
Brazil's share : 28.8%

 

Rise of the Planet of the Apes
Latin America : 35.6m
Brazil : 14.6m
Brazil's share : 41%

 

Ted
Latin America : 35.5m
Brazil : 8.8m
Brazil's share : 24.8%

 

Inception
Latin America : 35.3m
Brazil : 10.3m
Brazil's share : 29.2%

 

Hercules (2014)
Latin America : 35m (without Venezuela)
Brazil : 14m
Brazil's share : 40%

 

Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows
Latin America : 34.9m
Brazil : 13.8m
Brazil's share : 39.5%

 

Epic
Latin America : 34.7m
Brazil : 8.1m
Brazil's share : 23.3%

 

Green Lantern
Latin America : 34m
Brazil : 10.2m
Brazil's share : 30%

 

Night at the Museum 2
Latin America : 33.9m
Brazil : 10.9m
Brazil's share : 32.1%

 

Robocop (2014)
Latin America : 33.7m
Brazil : 14.2m
Brazil's share : 42.1%

 

X-Smurfs Origins: Wolverine
Latin America : 33.2m
Brazil : 14.1m
Brazil's share : 42.5%

 

300
Latin America : 32.9m
Brazil : 11.2m
Brazil's share : 34%

 

The Hunger Games
Latin America : 32.8m
Brazil : 10.1m
Brazil's share : 30.8%

 

Fast & Furious 4

Latin America : 32.7m
Brazil : 10.3m
Brazil's share : 31.5%

 

Jack the Giant Slayer
Latin America : 32.5m
Brazil : 5.9m
Brazil's share : 18.2%

 

After Earth
Latin America : 32.5m
Brazil : 6.4m
Brazil's share : 19.7%

 

I am Legend
Latin America : 32.4m
Brazil : 10.6m
Brazil's share : 32.7%

 

Sherlock Holmes (2009)
Latin America : 32.1m
Brazil : 12.2m
Brazil's share : 38%

 

Maze Runner 2
Brazil : 7.5m
Latin America : 32m
Brazil's share : 23%

 

Gulliver's Travels
Latin America : 31.4m
Brazil : 8m
Brazil's share : 25.5%

 

Grown Ups 2
Latin America : 31.2m
Brazil : 7.3m
Brazil's share : 23.4%

 

Journey to the Center of the Earth
Latin America : 31.1m
Brazil : 6.5m
Brazil's share : 20.9%

 

John Carter
Latin America : 30.8m
Brazil : 6.5m
Brazil's share : 21%

 

The Expendables 2
Latin America : 30.7m
Brazil : 16.4m
Brazil's share : 53.4%

 

Lucy
Latin America : 30.6m
Brazil : 9.3m
Brazil's share : 30.3%

 

Planes
Latin America : 29.7m
Brazil : 6.4m
Brazil's share : 21.5%

 

Now You See Me
Latin America : 28.2m
Brazil : 7.1m
Brazil's share : 25.2%

 

Angry Birds
Brazil : 7m
Latin America : 28m
Brazil's share : 25%

 

The Martian
Brazil : 7.5m
Latin America : 27.5m
Brazil's share : 27.3%

 

Monsters vs Aliens
Latin America : 27.4m
Brazil : 6.9m
Brazil's share : 25.2%

 

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
Latin America : 27.1m
Brazil : 9.7m
Brazil's share : 35.8%

 

Mr Peabody and Sherman
Latin America : 26.9m
Brazil : 6.4m
Brazil's share : 23.8%

 

A Good Day to Die Hard
Latin America : 26.9m
Brazil : 8.6m
Brazil's share : 32%

 

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
Latin America : 26.8m
Brazil : 6.9m
Brazil's share : 25.7%

 

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
Latin America : 26.7m
Brazil : 6m
Brazil's share : 22.5%

 

Mr Popper's Penguins
Latin America : 26.5m
Brazil : 8.5m
Brazil's share : 32.1%

 

Twilight
Latin America : 26.1m
Brazil : 6.7m
Brazil's share : 25.7%

 

Alvin and the Chipmunks 4
Brazil : 9.7m
Latin America : 26m
Brazil's share : 37%

 

The Lego Movie
Latin America : 25.7m
Brazil : 5.7m
Brazil's share : 22%

 

Cars
Latin America : 25.6m
Brazil : 8.2m
Brazil's share : 32%

 

Black Swan
Latin America : 24.8m
Brazil : 8.8m
Brazil's share : 35.5%

 

American Reunion
Latin America : 24.5m
Brazil : 7.6m
Brazil's share : 31%

 

Bolt (2008, Disney)
Latin America : 24.4m
Brazil : 4.6m
Brazil's share : 18.9%

 

Prometheus
Latin America : 24.3m
Brazil : 7.2m
Brazil's share : 29.6%

 

The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
Latin America : 23.8m
Brazil : 8.6m
Brazil's share : 36%

 

The Incredible Green Smurf
Latin America : 23.7m
Brazil : 5.3m
Brazil's share : 22.4%

 

Alvin & the Chipmunks
Latin America : 23.4m
Brazil : 5.5m
Brazil's share : 23.5%

 

Elysium
Latin America : 23.3m
Brazil : 9.1m
Brazil's share : 39.1%

 

National Treasure : Book of Secrets
Latin America : 23.1m
Brazil : 5m
Brazil's share : 21.6%

 

Alvin and the Chipmunks
Brazil : 5.5m
Latin America : 23m
Brazil's share : 24%

 

Paranormal Activity 4
Latin America : 22.8m
Brazil : 6m
Brazil's share : 39.1%

 

Grown Ups
Latin America : 22.5m
Brazil : 7.7m
Brazil's share : 34.2%

 

The Hangover
Latin America : 22.2m
Brazil : 8.9m
Brazil's share : 40.1%

 

Dr. Seuss Horton Hears a Who!
Latin America : 22m
Brazil : 5.3m
Brazil's share : 24.1%

 

Paranormal Activity 3
Latin America : 21.8m
Brazil : 5.1m
Brazil's share : 23.4%

 

Divergent
Latin America : 21.5m
Brazil : 6.5m
Brazil's share : 30.2%

 

Edge of Tomorrow
Latin America : 21.3m
Brazil : 4.5m
Brazil's share : 21.1%

 

Ghost Rider 2
Latin America : 21.2m
Brazil : 14.5m
Brazil's share : 68.4%

 

The Expendables 3
Latin America : 21.2m
Brazil : 10.6m
Brazil's share : 50%

 

The Adventures of Tintin
Latin America : 20.6m
Brazil : 10.6m
Brazil's share : 51.5%

 

Into the Storm
Latin America : 20.5m
Brazil : 2.3m
Brazil's share : 11.2%

 

Quantum of Solace
Latin America : 20.4m
Brazil : 7.5m
Brazil's share : 36.8%

 

The Proposal
Latin America : 20m
Brazil : 7.4m
Brazil's share : 37%

 

Oblivion
Latin America : 20m
Brazil : 5.9m
Brazil's share : 29.5%

 

The Book of Life
Latin America : 19.9m
Brazil : 4.6m
Brazil's share : 23.1%

 

American Hustle
Latin America : 19.9m
Brazil : 3.8m
Brazil's share : 19.1%

 

Paranormal Activity 2
Latin America : 19.8m
Brazil : 4.2m
Brazil's share : 21.1%

 

The Wolf of Wall Street
Latin America : 19.2m
Brazil : 6.2m
Brazil's share : 32.3%

 

Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs
Latin America : 19.2m
Brazil : 7.8m
Brazil's share : 40.6%

 

Casino Royal
Latin America : 19m
Brazil : 6.7m
Brazil's share : 35.3%

 

Speed Racer
Latin America : 18.9m
Brazil : 4.6m
Brazil's share : 24.3%

 

Intouchables (Highest-grossing French movie)
Latin America : 18.7m
Brazil : 7m
Brazil's share : 37.4%

 

Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones
Latin America : 18.7m
Brazil : 5.1m
Brazil's share : 27.3%

 

Ghost Rider
Latin America : 18.6m
Brazil : 7m
Brazil's share : 37.6%

 

A Christmas Carol
Latin America : 18.5m
Brazil : 3m
Brazil's share : 16.2%

 

Yes Man
Latin America : 18.4m
Brazil : 5.3m
Brazil's share : 28.8%

 

The Princess and the Frog
Latin America : 18.1m
Brazil : 4.1m
Brazil's share : 22.7%

 

47 Ronin
Latin America : 17.4m
Brazil : 3.1m
Brazil's share : 17.8%

 

Live Free or Die Hard
Latin America : 17.4m
Brazil : 5.2m
Brazil's share : 29.9%

 

High School Musical 3
Latin America : 17.1m
Brazil : 5.6m
Brazil's share : 32.7%

 

GI Joe
Latin America : 17.1m
Brazil : 3.5m
Brazil's share : 20.5%

 

Planes 2
Latin America : 16.9m
Brazil : 3.3m
Brazil's share : 19.5%

 

Wanted
Latin America : 16.4m
Brazil : 4.9m
Brazil's share : 30%

 

Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter
Latin America : 16.3m
Brazil : 5.8m
Brazil's share : 35.6%

 

Star Trek Into Darkness
Latin America : 16.3m
Brazil : 5.2m
Brazil's share : 31.9%

 

Paranormal Activity
Latin America : 15.6m
Brazil : 4.9m
Brazil's share : 31.4%

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Brazil will be a big market.

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Brazil film market will become a big market in future.

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Avengers will be huge in Brazil

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Avengers will be huge in Brazil

I know they love animated movies, Brave could surprise.
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In 1988 I watched a movie in Rio: Super Xuxa Contra Baixo Astral. I did not understand a word of it, but it was very colourful. Is Xuxa still active?

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BRAZIL BOX OFFICE 2012 (FOR THE MOMENT)1-Alvin and the Chipmunks 32-Ghost Rider 23-Sherlock Holmes 24-Jack and Jill5-Wrath of the TitansWOTT will surpass J&J and Sherlock 2.Battleship could surprise.

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People in Brazil really love Nicolas Cage...

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BRAZIL BOX OFFICE 2012 (FOR THE MOMENT)1-Alvin and the Chipmunks 32-Ghost Rider 23-Sherlock Holmes 24-Jack and Jill5-Wrath of the TitansWOTT will surpass J&J and Sherlock 2.Battleship could surprise.

I don't understand why GR2 was such a hit on Brazil. It was holding on great week after week

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I don't understand why GR2 was such a hit on Brazil. It was holding on great week after week

I don't understand why GR2 was such a hit on Brazil. It was holding on great week after week

Same thing in Russia, young people there wants action, dynamism,FX...GR2 is pretty good on this, even if it's a bad movie.

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I don't understand why GR2 was such a hit on Brazil. It was holding on great week after week

Every Nicolas Cage movie is huge in Brazil. Check Season of the Witch and Drive Angry results there.

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Every Nicolas Cage movie is huge in Brazil. Check Season of the Witch and Drive Angry results there.

I expect success for Brave,Ice Age 4 and Madagascar 3 there.
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Hollywood Reporter :

Brazil

Hollywood's love affair with Brazil will only grow hotter in 2012. Consider this: In 2008, The Dark Knight was its top earner, topping out at $20.2 million. In 2011, a handful of U.S. tentpoles grossed well north of $30 million, led by Rio with nearly $43 million and the final Harry Potter film with $35.7 million. Sure, there was a built-in audience for Rio -- set in Brazil's capital city and directed by Brazilian filmmaker Carlos Saldanha -- but the overall expansion of the box office is due to the country's strong economy, thriving exhibition business and popularity of 3D. U.S. studios dominated the top 20 chart, taking 17 spots. And like Rio, box-office hit Fast Five also was set in Rio de Janeiro.

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Brazil B.O. could cross 1B this year !

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Hollywood Reporter :

Brazil

Hollywood's love affair with Brazil will only grow hotter in 2012. Consider this: In 2008, The Dark Knight was its top earner, topping out at $20.2 million. In 2011, a handful of U.S. tentpoles grossed well north of $30 million, led by Rio with nearly $43 million and the final Harry Potter film with $35.7 million. Sure, there was a built-in audience for Rio -- set in Brazil's capital city and directed by Brazilian filmmaker Carlos Saldanha -- but the overall expansion of the box office is due to the country's strong economy, thriving exhibition business and popularity of 3D. U.S. studios dominated the top 20 chart, taking 17 spots. And like Rio, box-office hit Fast Five also was set in Rio de Janeiro.

That's like saying NY is the capital of USA, Sydney of AUS, Istanbul of Turkey, Toronto of Canada,....

Rio was the capital a long time ago and is not even the biggest city any more.

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Brazil B.O. could cross 1B this year !

Yeah, Brazil has a very big potential : the country is young, one of the most populated (192 million people).The only problem for the moment : theaters, they should have more of them, Mexico is the biggest Latin American market about this.Mexico should pass the billion mark too.
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Avengers will be huge in Brazil

not so much, I expect in the maximun 4.000.000 of ticketshuge is above 5.500.000 million of ticketsIn tickets sold (million) IM: 2.811.622 TIH: 1.090.715 IM2: 3.221.186Thor: 2.577.897CA: 2.822.834

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The Iron Man films, Thor, and Cap all did great in Brazil. Avengers has huge potential there

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not so much, I expect in the maximun 4.000.000 of ticketshuge is above 5.500.000 million of ticketsIn tickets sold (million)IM: 2.811.622 TIH: 1.090.715 IM2: 3.221.186Thor: 2.577.897CA: 2.822.834

Yeah but prices of these tickets grew, so revenues could be pretty high, so it's ok.And don't forget : Brazil adds theaters and screens at a pretty good pace + growth of incomes.No, not worried at all :)
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