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Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children OS 193.7M - Japan in February

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33 minutes ago, alisson23 said:

From rentrak:

#1 Brazil
#1 Spain
#2 Bolivia 
#4 Colombia
#5 Portugal

The Portuguese top is wrong. There is 0% chance it was 5th here. It was most likely first.

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24 minutes ago, CJohn said:

The Portuguese top is wrong. There is 0% chance it was 5th here. It was most likely first.

Wasn't me who said that, it's from rentrak, but yes... Doesn't look right

TOP10 1-MagnificenSeven 2-Bridget 3-Snowden 4-Sully 5-MissPeregrine 6-SausageParty 7-DeepwaterHorizon 8-Mechanic 9-Julieta 10-DezMandamentos

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Rentrak fucks up our top 10 on Twitter many, many times. Miss Peregrine was first or worst case scenario second. 

 

Also, Storks opened here on Thursday and it is not even on that top 10 so yeah. 

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6 minutes ago, CJohn said:

Rentrak fucks up our top 10 on Twitter many, many times. Miss Peregrine was first or worst case scenario second. 

 

Also, Storks opened here on Thursday and it is not even on that top 10 so yeah. 

Lol. What a shame.

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FOX INTERNATIONAL

Opening its doors in 59 markets day-and-date with North America, Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Childrenrecorded an estimated $36.5m overseas bow.

South Korea led the way with a $5.2m debut, followed by the UK ($4.6m), Mexico ($3.8m), Australia ($3.1m) and the Philippines ($1.7m), the latter marking Tim Burton’s best-ever opening in the market.

The film lands in 20 markets next weekend, including France, Russia, Germany and India.

http://www.screendaily.com/news/miss-peregrine-opens-to-365m-overseas/5109957.article?blocktitle=LATEST-FILM-NEWS&contentID=40562

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On 02/10/2016 at 4:23 PM, Arlborn said:

That's not bad at all, is it?

It's fine :D

 

Update 

94M OS

145M WW

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I loved the film and hope it gets to have decent legs internationally. Hoping for a $300m-350m+ worldwide gross.

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From Deadline:

After picking up $37.4M in the actuals last weekend in 60 opening markets, the Tim Burton-directed adaptation of Ransom Riggs’ novel expanded to 15 more and took in $42.46M this frame. That brings the international total in 75 markets to $94M.

 

Russia was the top opener on the Eva Green-starrer with $5.8M for No. 1 and 58% market share. That’s 75% bigger than comp Maze Runner. France fell in next with a No. 1 $5.4M at 20% bigger than Maze Runner.Argentina’s $665K is Burton’s biggest bow ever in the market.

In holds, Korea jumped 21% from opening in what is a crowded field. The No. 1 frame was $5.9M for a local total of $14.9M. The film last weekend had already bested the lifetime cumes ofCinderella and Alice Through The Looking Glass there.

Overall, the drop was 32% in aggregate from last weekend with No. 1s still in Brazil, the Philippines, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore and Belgium. Italy and Japan are still to come.

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Screendaily -  The children’s fantasy saga now stands at $130.9m from 72 markets. Dominating the session were second-weekend holds in France on $3.6m for $9.5m and Russia on $3m for $11.1m. South Korea generated $2.3m for $18m in the third weekend, while the UK added $1.7m for $11.5m. Germany grossed $1.9m for $5.4m after two.

In their third weekends, Brazil, Mexico and Australia added $1.5m, $1.1m and $720 for $8.3m, $8.9m and $7.2m, respectively. Spain has produced $5.3m after three.

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Not too shabby, Miss, not at all...

 

MISS PEREGRINE'S HOME FOR PECULIAR CHILDREN: $163.5M Overseas Total / $243.3M Global Total #staypeculiar

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Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children added $7.5m from its 45 markets to lift its overseas running total to $163.6m.

France led the way as it fell only 27% on its way to a $2.4m fourth weekend for $14.7m, followed by the UK ($704k for $14.7m) and Germany ($674k for $8.1m). It’s still to open in China (December 2), Italy (December 15) and Japan (February 2).

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