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What The Highest Overseas Grosses Subtracting China Might Look Like

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Saw some people arguing about whether China should be included in Overseas Grosses or added separately and while I disagreed with the idea I thought it'd be interesting to see what that list might look like. So here it is:

Might have done it wrong idk

 

 

 

 

 

1. Avatar ---------------------------- 1,823,327,608

2. Titanic ---------------------------- 1,339,171,334

3. Harry Potter 8 ------------------- 899,700,000

4. Frozen --------------------------- 825,241,000

5. Avengers ------------------------- 808,937,000

6. Furious 7 ------------------------- 766,200,000

7. Skyfall ----------------------------- 744,966,384

8. Pirates: OST --------------------- 734,642,000

9. LOTR: ROTK -------------------- 731,656,075

10. Ice Age 3 ----------------------- 690,113,112

11. Iron Man 3 --------------------- 685,226,000

12. The Hobbit: AUJ -------------- 664,270,000

13. Avengers: AOU --------------- 662,900,000

14. Alice in Wonderland ---------- 658,276,000

15. Harry Potter 1 ----------------- 657,179,821

16. Toy Story 3 -------------------- 648,167,031

17. Ice Age 4 ----------------------- 648,031,927

18. Pirates: DMC ------------------ 642,863,913

19. Pirates: AWE ------------------ 637,030,000

20. Harry Potter 6 ----------------- 632,457,290

21. Harry Potter 7 ----------------- 631,049,529

22. Harry Potter 5 ----------------- 628,471,191

23. The Hobbit: DOS ------------- 627,270,000

24. Harry Potter 2 ----------------- 610,958,152

25. Transformers 3 --------------- 606,303,536

26. Harry Potter 4 ----------------- 595,398,042

27 TDKR ---------------------------- 583,514,666

28. LOTR: TT ---------------------- 580,506,069

29. The Hobbit: BOFA ------------ 578,280,000

30. Jurassic Park ------------------ 570,810,000

31. The Lion King ------------------ 564,700,000

32 Finding Nemo ------------------ 555,900,000

33. Despicable Me 2 --------------- 549,720,620

34. LOTR: FOTR --------------------549,104,622

35. Star Wars Ep. I ----------------- 548,399,727

36. Harry Potter 3 ------------------ 544,647,480

37. Twilight: BD2 ------------------- 537,400,000

38. Spider-Man 3 ------------------ 535,416,576

39. 2012 ----------------------------- 534,929,460

40. Da Vinci Code ----------------- 527,493,879

41. Transformers 4 ---------------- 525,966,021

42. Independence Day ------------ 511,231,623

43. Shrek Forever After ----------- 500,398,719

44. Madagascar 3 ----------------- 498,986,075

45. Fast and Furious 6 ----------- 483,510,000

46. Shrek the Third ---------------- 475,256,004

47. Shrek 2 -------------------------- 474,716,035

48. The Dark Knight -------------- 469,700,000

49. Indiana Jones 4 --------------- 469,534,914

50. Maleficent ---------------------- 469,280,000

51. Mamma Mia! ------------------ 465,711,574

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This is a very interesting chart, we know well that for the moment, for studios, chinese grosses (at least if they aren't enormous like FF7 or TF4) are more good for marketing than for revenues, as their share of theatrical grosses is less than half of those of mature markets and home video and tv revenues are near to zero. So I think that Frozen's boxoffice performance is still the most remarkable since Avatar.

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Great work!

I wonder how much DH2 would make today with China, maybe $1.2B OS?

Being DH2 very big, I would be more interested in maybe 2 first Potter and LOTR. Numbers would be VERY HUGE
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Highly unlikely. Exchange rates are in the crapper where DH2 was a monster Japan and Europe.

 

Not just exchange rates but 3d has gone down the drain since 2011. Also some markets like spain/italy have weakened. So in the end any gains in china would just negate drops in other markets.

 

I doubt Hp would have hit uber blockbuster numbers like furious 7 or AOU. Even back in 2011 it was no where close to TF3.

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