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The Conjuring used a $9.9m weekend from 2,450 screens in 17 markets to vault to $47.2m and delivered a number one $1m debut in Argentina on 145. The UK’s second weekend added $2.5m from 452 for $8.9m.Russia has generated $8.9m, Australia $6.7m, Spain $6.3m and Taiwan $2.3m.
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I think by now, The Conjuring has become the biggest horror movie of all time in Indonesia. No numbers yet, but based on its OW and great WOM, it could outgross the Hobbit. We really love horror movies. And this one is a must-see for everybody here. It became some kind of a pop culture. When we are describing something extremely scary and intense, we would say "It's even scarier than The Conjuring".

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The Conjuring crossed the $100 million mark overseas this weekend, reaching an impressive $109.5 million cume after 41 markets combined for $12.1 million. The worldwide total for The Conjuring stands at $243.3 million. The Conjuring backed up last weekend's #1 showing Mexico, where it posted the biggest opening for a horror film of all time, with a 3% drop that accounts for a $4.2 million hold to retain the top spot. The film's Mexican total is $11.2 million. Other top markets for The Conjuring include the U.K. ($15.2M), Russia ($10M), Australia ($7.9M), and Spain ($7.6M).

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Warner Bros Pictures International reported that The Conjuring added $10.1m from 3,300 screens in 58 territories as the running total went up to $149.2m. The horror smash opened top in South Korea on $5m from 527 and added $1.2m from 395 in its second weekend in Brazil for $4m. Mexico stands at $18.1m, the UK $16m, Russia $10m, France $9m, Australia $8.1m, Spain $7.8m, Argentina $6.5m, Italy $4.9m and Germany $4.4m.

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The Conjuring brought in $7 million 58 markets, taking its overseas cume to $160.4 million. The low-budget horror film has grossed a terrific $297.1 million globally and should reach the $300 million mark by next weekend. The top markets for the film are Mexico ($18.6M), the United Kingdom ($16M), Russia ($10M), France ($9.6M), Australia ($8.1M), and Spain ($7.9M)

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