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19 minutes ago, Arlborn said:

It seems to be a better movie than AOU. Even if it opens slightly worse than AOU(which I already expected) it should end up having better legs. I stand by my 1.05b OS prediction.

I have it in 800s, but I would not discard Ultron figures or even more precisely because better quality.

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‘Captain America: Civil War’ Shoots To $38.7M In 2 Days At Offshore Box Office


Opened in Europe, Asia (Wed, Thu) and Latin America (Thu) There are No. 1s in all 30 territories.




Some totals, as per Mojo:


Australia   $2,300,000 4/28/16
Brazil   $2,700,000 4/28/16
France   $3,700,000 4/28/16
Germany   $1,900,000 4/28/16
Hong Kong   $2,000,000 4/28/16
Malaysia   $1,100,000 4/28/16
Philippines   $2,600,000 4/28/16
South Korea   $7,700,000 4/28/16
Taiwan   $2,400,000 4/28/16
Thailand   $1,900,000



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‘Captain America: Civil War’ Climbs to $38.7 Million in First 2 Days at Foreign Box Office

Disney-Marvel’s “Captain America: Civil War” has grossed a dominant $38.7 million in its first two days in 30 international markets, finishing in first in all territories.

Disney noted that the superhero tentopole is pacing on par with last year’s “Avengers: Age of Ultron” in the same  markets. “Ulton” grossed $946 million internationally, which is equivalent to $893 million at current rates.

South Korea leads the pack with $7.7 million after two days, followed by France with $3.7 million in two days and Brazil, which took in $2.7 million on its opening day on Thursday.

The Brazilian take was the second-highest opening day ever in that market, behind only “Stars Wars: The Force Awakens” and 31% ahead of “Ultron.” Its market share hit 90%.

The Philippines has generated $2.4 million in two days, followed by Taiwan with $2.4 million in two days.

Australia grossed $2.4 million on its opening day on Thursday — 3% ahead of “Ultron” with a 76% market share. Germany’s opening day on Thursday hit $1.9 million, 1% behind “Ultron.”

“Captain America: Civil War” will be open in 63% of the international marketplace by Sunday. Pre-release tracking estimates suggest that the superhero sequel could rack up roughly $200 million overseas after its first five days in theaters.

An opening of that size would put it in line with the foreign launches of “Avengers: Age of Ultron” ($212 million) and “Iron Man 3” ($160 million).

The tentpole includes Robert Downey Jr.’s Iron Man and Chris Evans’ title character while introducing Chadwick Boseman’s Black Panther and Tom Holland’s Spider-Man. The “Winter Soldier” directorial team of Joe and Anthony Russo returns to helm.

“Captain America: Civil War” hits theaters in the U.S. on May 6, with some analysts estimating it could score a $200 million launch.




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Again, not the same territories, but Ultron's 2-day total was $44.8m for comparison.


Wed: 16.3

Thur: 28.5

FSS: 155.4

OS opening: 200.2


OS total through weekend 2: 439.8


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18 minutes ago, Sam said:

That article says Brazil OD is second highest ever behind SW7, that doesn't sound quite right, does it?




how can SW7 have the highest opening day when it only made about 27m in Brazil? 

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