MGM and Columbia Pictures’ Robocop has grossed around $28.7m and marches into 31 territories this weekend.
Russia, Mexico, Spain, South Korea, Argentina and Hong Kong are expected to be among the heavy-hitters for the action reboot. Sony Pictures Releasing International’s (SPRI) markets account for more than $9.3m of the overall running total. Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs 2 stands at $146.1m.
Fox International distributes George Clooney’s The Monuments Men in around 16 territories including the UK, Mexico, Brazil and Italy.
Sony distributes in North America where the true-life drama enters its second session on $27.1m following a number two launch last weekend. Mr Peabody & Sherman arrives in Italy and stands at an early $6.9m.
Warner Bros Pictures International (WBPI) top brass will be looing to build on The Lego Movie’s early $24.6m running total. The family film debuts in the UK, Holland and six other territories this weekend.
Frozen stands at $551m through Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International and the next debut is Japan on March 14, although the global smash remains a potent force through holdovers. Saving Mr Banks has reached $20.5m while Tinkerbell: Pirate Fairy has its first launches this weekend in the UK, Russia and Denmark.
American Hustle has coasted past $200m worldwide, of which $64m comes from Sony in Latin America, South Africa, and Eastern Europe and Panorama licensees in the balance of territories. The Panorama markets account for $53.4m – the biggest international result for an Annapurna Productions film.
Escape Plan stands at $112.2m through Lionsgate International and China has been the most rewarding market on $39.4m.
12 Years A Slave has grossed $61.9m and $109m worldwide and the lead market thus far is the UK on $25.5m.
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire stands at $439.3m and the lead market is the UK on $55.1m. Tarzan 3D has reached $17.7m.