UPDATED NOVEMBER 3: Paramount Pictures International’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles used a confirmed $26.5m opening in China to power a $34.9m overall weekend.


UPDATE: Active in 31 territories, Turtles climbed to $244.2m. The UK played its part with a $2.3m number one hold in the third weekend for $18.9m, while France generated $2.5m for $13.2m and Germany $1.3m for $8.9m, both after the same amount of time.

Hercules stands at $168.2m including $11.3m through MGM licensees.


UPDATE: The Maze Runner grossed $24.7m from 35 markets to reach $210.4m. China was one of the new openers on $14.6m from 3,700 screens, while Venezuela produced a $479,000 number two debut.

The film stayed top in France and Germany on $4.3m for $18.7m and $1.5m for $6m, respectively. The UK added $1m for $12.5m after four sessions.

Gone Girl brought in a further $15.8m from 50 for $143.5m and arrived in India in third place on $547,000. The mystery stayed top in its second weekend in South Korea after $4m propelled the tally to $9.2m nand ranks third in France on $1.6m for $11.4m after four. The UK generated $1.7m for $31.2m after five and ranks fourth. Australia and Germany have delivered $19.2m and $10.4m after five sessions each.

The Book Of Life earned $6.7m from 20 for $30.1m, inspired by a $1.7m hold in the second weekend in the UK where the animation has taken $6.5m. Mexico added $1.4m for $8.9m after three sessions.

Fox International has set a new industry box office record as the company’s year-to-date score reached $3.254bn.


UPDATE: Fury grossed $14.6m in 44 markets for $37.8m, of which Sony markets account for $10.5m for $28.4m. QED International licensees generated $3.8m for $9.7m.

The WWII war film starring Brad Pitt opened in Russia in second place on $3.3m. In the second weekend the UK delivered $1.9m for $8.9m, Australia $1.7m for $4.8m and France $1.4m for $4.3m.

The Equalizer grossed $4m from 62 to reach $84.5m, of which $77.3m comes from Sony markets and $7.2m through Village Roadshow.


UPDATE: Annabelle brought in a further $14.3m from 61 markets as the horror film climbed to $149.7m. It stayed top in Mexico in the second weekend on $3.4m for $16m and continues to set records in Peru as $739,000 produced the biggest second weekend ever for a horror film and a Warner Bros release, elevating the tally to $2.7m.

The film has grossed $16m in Mexico, $13.9m in Brazil after four, $12.2m in France after four, $11.4m in the UK after four and $6.7m in South Korea after five. Colombia has generated $5.4m after five sessions, Spain $4.7m after four and Chile $3.8m after five.

The Judge added $4.5m from 46 territories for $27.1m.   

Argentinian smash Relatos Salvajes (Wild Tales) stands at $22.7m from eight markets including Argentina. Rurouni Kenshin: The Legend Ends has reached $39.3m in Japan, rising to $41.4m including the Philippines and Singapore.


Kung Fu Jungle brought in $9.3m for an early $9.4m running total. Emperor Motion Pictures handles international sales on Teddy Chen’s Hong Kong-China action romp, which received its world premiere recently at the London Film Festival.


UPDATE: Audiences are enjoying Keanu Reeves as an avenger of sorts as John Wick arrived in an additional 24 territories this weekend to gross $6.7m for an early $8.3m international running total from 34.

The action film opened in France and Australia on $1.2m and $1m, respectively.


UPDATE: Dracula Untold added $12.7m from 62 territories for $136.6m, fired by a $2.9m number one debut in Italy.

The film opened in Japan on $1.2m and held firm at number one in its second Brazilian session, where $2.5m elevated the tally to $6.6m. It also stayed top in its second weekend in Spain on $1.3m for $5m.

Ouija grossed $6m from 19 for $8m and opened at number two in the UK on $2.2m

Lucy is winding down and stands at $231.6m, rising to $324m including EuropaCorp territories.

The Boxtrolls has reached $48.2m following a $4m weekend that saw a number two debut in Spain in second place on $939,000. The Laika animation opens this week in Argentina, South Korea and Uruguay.


Big Hero 6 opened last weekend in Russia and added $4.8m to stand at $10.3m after nine days. The overall early international running total including Ukraine is $10.9m.

Alexander And The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day added $1.8m for $15.9m and opened in Greece, South Africa and Peru.

Guardians Of The Galaxy grossed $4.1m for $435.7m. The $765m worldwide tally makes it the studio’s second biggest release of the year-to-date behind Maleficent.

The Marvel Studios release added $2.4m for $94.3m in China, where it currently ranks as Disney’s third biggest film.

Guardians has grossed $47.5m in the UK, $37.6m in Russia and $24.5m in Australia and Germany. France has generated $21.8m, Mexico $19.7m, Brazil $16.8m, South Korea $10.8m and Spain $10.1m.


UPDATE: The number two North American release Nightcrawler kicked of its international run with a $1.9m haul from the UK, Malaysia, Denmark, Finland, Israel and Bulgaria. It opened in sixth place in the UK on $1.6m.