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The Big Short earned $7.0 million from 38 markets including 14 new openings, bringing the overseas total to $18.0 million and the worldwide total to $69.6 million. Openers include Australia ($1.4M), Germany ($1.0M), Brazil ($629K), and Taiwan ($277K). Next weekend sees openings in Philippines, Hong Kong, South Korea, the Netherlands, Russia, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, UK/Ireland, and Venezuela.


Source: BoxOffice.com


This is an excellente movie, so glad its doing decent OS


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The Big Short opened in fifth place in the UK with $2 million from 409 locations, the biggest debut in a weekend that welcomed 13 new markets into the mix. South Korea placed third with a $1.2 million bow from 290 cinemas, Spain also finished at #3 thanks to a $1.1 million opening at 325 locations. Other top premiere include a $515k bow at 47 locations in Venezuela and a $439k start in Russia. Australia led hold-overs with $819k from 197 locations in its second weekend to reach a $2.6 million cume. Other top holds include Italy ($603K on the third weekend at 204 sites) and Germany ($544K on the second weekend from 260 cinemas). The BigShort finished the weekend with a total of $10.1 million from 51 markets. The film has grossed $30.7 million outside of North America and $87.4 million worldwide.


Source: BoxOffice.com


Happy for this excellent movie

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Paramount’s Oscar nominee cashed in with $6.8M from 57 markets in the frame. Holdovers have been strong with a $41.8M cume to date. The UK dropped 22% from opening with $4.3M total after 10 days. Korea picked up $683K in a competitive market for a $2.3M cume after two frames. Spain dipped 39% for a sophomore session of $655K and a $2.1M cume, and Venezuela dipped 19% for a total of $1.5M so far. Australia has cumed $3.7M.


Source: Deadline 

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