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Django Unchained is off to a great start with $48.1 million in 54 markets. Globally, Django has $186.5 million in the bank. Key stats from Sony, the film's overseas distributor:

DJANGO opening is 30% bigger than the aggregated opening weekends of INGLOURIOUS BASTERDS in the same 54 markets ($37.02 million). In all, 23 of the 38 individual markets we tracked opened at #1 with just about all of them exceeding the opening of INGLOURIOUS BASTERDS.

Top markets: GERMANY launched with $9.6 million, #1 in the market and 2½ times the opening of INGLOURIOUS. FRANCE opened with $7.3 million, also #1 and 25% bigger than INGLOURIOUS. RUSSIA earned $5.4 million, #2 in the market behind HANSEL AND GRETEL... and more than double INGLOURIOUS. The UK bowed with $4.8, 2nd in the market behind LES MIZ and 54% more than the F-S-S of INGLOURIOUS. ITALY grossed $4.3 million, #1 in the market and 62% bigger then INGLOURIOUS, SPAIN tallied $3.3 million, #1 in the market and 13% less than INGLOURIOUS, AUSTRIA launched with a big $1.3 million, 68% better than INGLOURIOUS, and SWITZERLAND also bowed at #1 with $1.3 million, which is 64% more than INGLOURIOUS' standard opening weekend.

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The duo Tarantino/Waltz is now a confirmed draw in Germany and Austria. Massive opening, and presales for next week indicate strong weekdays and a good hold.

OK, I can`t resists it. So good that Waltz is a draw in German-speaking countries while Shitto can`t draw a curve in Oz let at alone audiences.
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Django Unchained raked in another $42.9 million in its 2nd weekend of international releases, bringing the overseas total to $111.5 million. The film's global total is now $257.8 million. Key stats from Sony, the film's overseas distributor:

Australia launched at #1 in the market with a terrific $4.2 million, 33% bigger than the opening of INGLOURIOUS BASTERDS. New Zealand also bowed at #1, grossing $.385, 34% than INGLOURIOUS BASTERDS' opening. Denmark earned $.585, 2nd in the market to local film JAGTEN and 57% bigger than INGLOURIOUS BASTERDS. Portugal took in an excellent $.365 and was neck-and-neck for the market lead with the opening weekend of THE IMPOSSIBLE.

Key market holdovers:

DJANGO held like a rock everywhere, with the last weekend's opening markets falling an aggregate of just 21%. Germany was off just 11%, grossing $8.1 million (#1 in the market) and bringing the market cume to $21.0 m. France fell just 18% from its opening frame, earning $6.6 m (#1) to bring the market cume to $16.4. The UK dropped a miniscule 16%, earning $3.8 m (#2) and bringing the market total to $11.5. Italy fell 26% with $3.5 (#1), cume now $9.9. Fast-burning Russia fell just 43% from its opening weekend, grossing $3.2 (#2), cume is now $10.4. Spain dropped 25% in its 2nd frame, earning $2.5 (#1), cume is now $7.0. Switzerland was off just 18% from its opening, grossing $1.1 (#1), cume now $3.1. Austria fell off 27% to gross $1.0 (#1) and bring the market cume to $3.1. Brazil added $.950 (#4) in its 2nd weekend, off just 26% from its opening, bringing the market total to $3.1. Sweden fell off 30% from its opening frame, grossing $.820 (#1), cume is now $2.6. Holland fell just 14% from its opening weekend, adding $.770 (#1) and bringing the market total to $2.0. Belgium was off just 9% in its 2nd frame, grossing $.650 (#1) while bringing the market cume to $1.5.

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