UPDATED JUNE 30: Paramount’s Transformers: Age Of Extinction delivered an estimated $201.3m from 10,152 international screens, $100m in North America and $301.3m worldwide in the biggest opening salvo of 2014 so far.

Opening top in its 37 territories, the sci-fi romp film led the way in China on a mighty $90m that was roughly 90% of the day-and-date North America debut and more than double the Chinese launch of 2011’s Transformers: Dark Of The Moon.

The fourth entry arrived with $30m on Friday to score the biggest opening day for a foreign film in China.

Approximately $10m on the overall China weekend came from 150 Imax screens, doubling the Dark Of The Moon haul three years ago. Overall, Imax accounted for a company record $16.6m internationally from 266 screens and $27.3m worldwide from 619.

Elsewhere, Age Of Extinction scored the second biggest launch ever in Russia through Paramount Pictures International (PPI) on $21.7m from 1,100 sites as 3D accounted for roughly 80% of the gross. There was a 50% climb over Dark Of The Moon and a record Imax haul of $2.6m from 34.

In South Korea the new arrival delivered the biggest weekend of the year-to-date on $21.5m from 1,533 and 80% market share. 

Australia generated $10m from 261 and Taiwan produced the second biggest weekend in history on $8.3m.

There were all-time industry launches in Malaysia on $6.4m from 119, Indonesia on $5.7m and Hong Kong on $4.8m. Singapore scored the biggest four-day debut in history on $4.1m from 28.

The Philippines delivered $5.8m from 135, a huge result that smothered the market to claim virtually 100% market share according to PPI executives and set the third biggest debut ever and Paramount’s biggest release.


China continued to stamp its authority over the international marketplace as Beijing Enlight Pictures’ local comedy The Breakup Guru stormed to $20m in China.


UPDATE: DreamWorks Animation’s How To Train Your Dragon 2 crossed $100m through Fox International as a further $19.2m through from 54 markets inflated the running total $108.7m. 

The family release held firm at the top in its second weekend in Mexico despite the team’s second round game against the Netherlands, grossing $3.9m from 2,011 screens boosted the tally to $12.3m. It also stayed top in its second session in Brazil on 894 screens, adding $2.8m for $11.5m.

The Fault In Our Stars used a $13.8m result from 54 to jump to $86.7m. There were strong debuts across Latin America led by Argentina on $922,661 from 133 for number one. The UK grossed $2.9m to stand at $11.3m in third place after two.

X-Men: Days Of Future Past has taken the worldwide box office for X-Men franchise past $3bn as $6.4 from 39 62 the tally to $491.7m. It opened top in Venezuela on $1.2m from 123. The Other Woman has grossed $106.1m. 


Maleficent brought in afurther $16m from 55 territories through Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International to reach $383.7m.


UPDATE: 22 Jump Street brought in a further $9.7m through Sony Pictures Releasing International as the tally climbed to $54.4m.

The comedy opened at number one in Belgium on $541,915 from 40 screens and arrived in Norway on a table-topping $606,928 from 155.

Australia added $3.4m for $11.9m in the second weekend and the UK $2m for $25.5m after four.


UPDATE: Universal Pictures International delivered a momentous number one UK debut as Mrs. Brown’s Boys D’ Movie based on the Irish TV show arrived on a confirmed $7.2m from 517 sites.

This was the biggest UK launch of the year-to-date, the biggest opening day of all time in Ireland the biggest ever launch in Ireland of a local film.

Neighbors stands at $95.5m, A Million Ways To Die In The West $32.9m and Boyhood $1.9m after four weekends in Germany.


UPDATE: Edge Of Tomorrow added $7.5m from 63 Warner Bros Pictures International markets to rise to $235.1m.

Leading the way for the Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt sci-fi is China of course on $63.4m, followed by South Korea on $35.3m, Russia on $20.5m and the UK on $12.2m. Japan opens next weekend on July 4.

Blended has reached $32m and the rom-com arrived in Mexico on $2.9m from 1,115 screens in second place. The film opens in Italy this week.

Jersey Boys added $1.1m from 11 markets to stand at an early $3.7m and arrives in Australia this week.

Godzilla has amassed $291m and China is the top market on $75.1m, followed by the UK on $28.8m and Mexico on $16.4m. Toho will release the film in Japan on July 25.


Transcendence added $5.9m through Lionsgate International licensees to reach $67m. The Johnny Depp sci-fi opened top in France on $2.1m from 520 screens.

Pompeii has crossed $100m worldwide and has reached $78.6m from 74 international markets.