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Storks | OS Rollout September 2016

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So this one. It's from the creators of The Lego Movie (which made only $211 million international). The premise looks interesting and the animation is definitely appealing (those babies are pretty cute). I'd say $100-150 million for now, but it could approach $200 million if advertised effectively and is actually good. 

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Well, I feel incredibly stupid. Storks is NOT Sony :lol: Does anyone know if you can remove tags! I don't want to false advertise! :P

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Opening in 33 international markets day-and-date with its North American bow, Storks enjoyed an estimated $18.3m overseas debut.

China led the way with a $5.2m opening from 6,000 screens to chart second behind local title A Chinese Odyssey: Part Three, while the animation opened top in the likes of Mexico ($2.4m), Russia ($1.9m) and Brazil ($1.5m).

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Landing in Spain with $1.6m, Storks added an estimated $14.6m from its 47 markets for an early $38.8m.

The animation posted a $1.9m second weekend in China for $8.4m to date, while Mexico provided $1.5m for $4.8m and Australia $1.4m for $3.6m. It opens in France on October 12 and the UK on October 14.

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Screendaily - Storks flew to an estimated $9.7m from its 55 markets for an early $56m, falling only 20% in Spain with a $1.1m second weekend for $2.8m. It arrives in France and the UK next weekend.

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Screendaily - Storks grossed $10.6m from 58 markets and has amassed $71.6m. The animation debuted in the UK on $2.7m from 876 screens including previews, while France delivered $1.1m from 487 to rank fifth. Brazil grossed $479k for $4.8m and Mexico $638k for $7.1m.

The film opens in Italy this week and it has grossed $11.4m in China, $5.7m in Australia, Spain and Russia on $4.5m apiece.

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