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FIFTY SHADES DARKER | 267.0 M overseas ● 381.5 M worldwide

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In 2014, the biggest markets for the film was the U.K. and Germany (in that order) and this time around, it’s Germany and the U.K. Germany topped the markets with a solid $11M opening followed by the U.K. and Ireland with $9.7M.

 

In descending order next comes France with $8.7M, Brazil took in $7.5M; Russia grabbed $6.7M to come in third behind xXx: Return of Xander Cage as well as the debut of John Wick 2; Italy dished up $6.5M; Australia came up with $5.9M; Spain $5.6M; Mexico $2.7M; Poland garnered a strong $2.6M; Argentina chimed in with $2.3M; Netherlands garnered a strong $2.2M; the Philippines pulled in $1.9M; Sweden grossed $1.7M; Belgium came in with $1.7M; Denmark $1.7M; Austria culled $1.4M; Norway grossed a strong $1.4M; Switzerland $1.4M; Czech Republic $1.1M and Panama saw $1.1M.

 

per Deadline

 

FSOG 1:

Ger $14,1M, GB $20,9M, France $12,2M, Br $6,5M, Rus $11,1M, It $9,7M, Aus $8,1M, Spain $8,2M

 

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5 minutes ago, Quigley said:

France dropped 40% in admissions

Greece dropeed 37% in admissions

The UK & Ireland dropped 44% in gross

Germany dropped 24% in admissions

Mexico dropped 50% in gross (when incl. previews)

Australia dropped 60% in admissions

Italy dropped 25% in gross

 

Brazil increased by 15% in USD and by 25% in local currency.

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On 14/02/2017 at 6:31 PM, Quigley said:

France dropped 40% in admissions

Greece dropeed 37% in admissions

The UK & Ireland dropped 44% in gross

Germany dropped 24% in admissions

Mexico dropped 50% in gross (when incl. previews)

Australia dropped 60% in admissions

Italy dropped 25% in gross

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Refusing to submit in its 2nd offshore frame, Universal Pictures’ sequel to 2015 smash Fifty Shades of Grey collared $43.7M in 59 markets this weekend to land it atop the international box office. The overseas total is $187.2M and worldwide it’s tied up $276.9M on its way to further milestones this week.

 

The frame-to-frame drop was 52% versus Fifty Shades Of Grey’s 59.5% in 2015. In the case of the earlier film, the Valentine’s Day holiday fell over the first weekend while this time around it came after the initial launch. On Tuesday last week, the erotic book-to-screen transfer whipped up $20M overseas to dominate all release markets and double Monday’s haul.

During this session in the play room, No. 1s were maintained in Germany, Austria, Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Brazil, Panama, Paraguay, Trinidad, Uruguay, Venezuela and Hong Kong.

 

Germany, which was ultimately the No. 2 market on Grey, led this frame and has roped in $20.9M to date. The fall-off was just 27% from bow. Stars Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan, and author EL James, attended a red carpet event in Hamburg ahead of the offshore opening; in 2015, Grey had a slot at the Berlin Film Festival.

The UK, Christian and Ana’s most ardent fan last time around, slipped to No. 2 behind Lego Batman in the sophomore sex session with a total $21M to date. In France, the lovers were topped by local pic Alibi.com, but dropped just 49% for $15.1M so far. Other totals include Brazil’s $13.7M, Italy’s $12.9M, Russia’s $10.7M, Australia’s $10.6M and Spain’s $9.6M. Japan is still to come, in June.

 

 

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