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Annie (2014) - OS Thread / Total as of this Sunday: $46.6m OS

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This Christmas Cameron Diaz is back as the cruel Miss Hannigan. The Musical Annie is very popular WW. Everybody knows the song "Tomorrow". I think it could do good in the States, but how do you think the movie will do OS? Here is the trailer: http://youtu.be/nasLuiP-1E0This

This is what Wikipedia says about the film: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Annie_(2014_film)

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The Musical has been produced in many countries (according to Wikipedia):

 

 

International productions[edit]

Annie has been produced professionally in Argentina (19821), Australia (19781, 2000, 20111), Denmark (1982), Germany(1999), Hungary (1998), Israel (20011, 2010), Italy (1982,2006), Japan (1979, 1986, 2004, 2010)2United Kingdom (19781, 1983, 1998, tours from 2000–2010), Mexico (19791,1991, 2010), The Netherlands (1997-19991, 2005-20071, 2012-20131), Norway (19911, 20041), Philippines (1978, 1987, 1998), Portugal (1982,1, 2010), Spain (19821, 20001, 2010), Sweden (1979 (Stockholm), 1999 (Stockholm), 2005-2006 (Malmö)1), Peru (2002), Zimbabwe (2003), Colombia (2006) Miami (2006), Belgium (1992, 2008–2009, 2012), Poland 1989 North America (1978, 2003), Denmark (2011), Puerto Rico (2012), Australia (2012), Singapore (2012).

1Indicates the production made an official cast recording.
2In Japan, a special demo recording of selected songs is made each year, with the new actress playing Annie.

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Annie grossed $5.9m from 21 territories to reach an early $8.2m, of which $5.6m comes from SPRI and the $2.6m balance from Village Roadshow.

The UK led 12 new debuts on $3.6m including previews from 380 screens to rank third. Australia generated $700,000 from Village Roadshow for $2.3m after two sessions.

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Deadline: "Although Annie opened on Friday inChina, there is no word yet on its box office on over 6,000 screens — just under a third of the available real estate. Sony’s update of the classic musical grossed an estimated $1.4M on 530 screens in 19 territories. The overseas cume is now $19.4M. SPRI has $14.8M of that and Village Roadshow claims $4.6M. The UK added $900K in its 3rd frame for a $9.9M cume, its largest market to date. Annie, Sandy and the orphans next take the hard-knock life to Germany (January 15), Mexico (January 23), Japan (January 24) and Spain (January 30)."

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Screendaily:

"Annie added $1.7 from 24 territories for $22.2m, of which $17m comes via Sony and $5.2m from Village Roadshow territories.

The musical opened in Germany on $550,000 including previews from 403 screens and added $655,000 in its fourth weekend in the UK for $10.7m. It arrives this week in Mexico and Japan followed by Spain a week later."

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Sony’s Annie is still rolling out internationally with nine new openings this frame. The musical bowed at No. 1 in Spain with $1.2M on 290 screens, higher than last week’s Into The Woods debut, and was also No. 1 in South Africa with $243K on 91 screens. In total, the gross this weekend was an estimated $4.2M on 2,501 screens from 33 territories. That includes Japan which had a slight 21% drop for a $5M cume. The overseas total is now $32.9M. Upcoming openings include Brazil and France.

 

From: Deadline.com

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"Annie knocked out Peru this frame, taking the No. 1 spot with $360K on 90 screens. Also in Latin America, Argentina was worth $250K on 85 and Chile spent $125K on 42. Holds were strong in Japan (-36%/$10.1M cume) and Spain (-27%/cume $2.9M). In total, the little orphan added $1.8M on 1,840 screens in 31 territories for an overseas cume of $43.8M ($38.2M for Sony Pictures Releasing International/$5.6M for Village Roadshow). France releases this week.

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