The family smash has ruled the roost outside North America for seven weekends through Sony Pictures Releasing International (SPRI) and will face a stiff examination from Fox’s What’s Your Number? (pictured).
As of Sunday (25) The Smurfs stood at $364.4m. SPRI’s Friends With Benefits has grossed more than $55.5m and opens in around 15 markets including Spain and Holland. Priest opens in Japan. Zookeeper on more than $77.7m opens in several Asian markets including Hong Kong and India. Bad Teacher has amassed more than $112.9m.
Fox International’s Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes stands at $231.7m, X-Men: First Class is at $208.5m and Mr Popper’s Penguins has reached $116.6m. Force opens in the UK and Australia.
Comedy What’s Your Number? opens day-and-date with North America n the UK, Russia, Mexico and Sweden and could make a splash.
Komt Een Vrouw Bijde opens in Germany, Hayabusa from Fox International Productions opens in Japan and Glee: The 3D Concert Movie opens in France and Argentina.
UPI’s The Change-Up on $15.7m opens in eight including Taiwan. Johnny English Reborn has grossed $27.5m so far and arrives in Hong Kong. Stoner comedy Your Highness has reached $3.6m and opens in France. Bridesmaids stands at $117.2m.
PPI has no major launches scheduled for the weekend. Latest figures put DreamWorks Animation’s Kung Fu Panda 2 on $496.1m and Cowboys And Aliens on $66.4m.
Warner Bros Pictures International expects to be quiet for a while, however executives will be celebrating the fact that New Line’s Final Destination 5 has reached $100.6m. Horrible Bosses stands at $90m and Crazy, Stupid, Love. is at $38m.
Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International’s Cars 2 has amassed $363.2m and opens in Thailand, while DreamWorks’ Fright Night on $17m opens in the Netherlands. Lion King has grossed $16.6m so far and arrives in New Zealand this weekend. DreamWorks’ North American smash The Help has taken $7.8m.