Fox's Road To Perdition took another $5.2m from 2,000 screens over theweekend to raise its cumulative international total to $22m. In a mightyLondon-only debut the Depression era gangster picture grossed $393,000 from 32screens in the UK for a $12,283 average. It expands to 390 screens across thecountry on Friday September 27.
In Spain the picturecontinued to do strong business in its third week, grossing $800,000 from 280screens for a $4.7m running total, while in its second week in France Perdition scored $919,225 from 418 screens for a $2.65moverall score. In its third week on release in Germany, Perdition took a solid $850,000 from 528 screens for a $4.32mcumulative score.
Perdition opened number one in the Philippines, grossing$137,032 from 49 screens, and secured top berth in Indonesia, where it grossed$71,229 from 25 screens. In its second week in South Korea the picture gained23% on its opening week to register $2.05m in nine days. In its second week inTaiwan, Perdition stayed atnumber one with a $820,450 box office from 78 screens. In Mexico in its fourthweekend the picture continued well and to date has grossed $3.48m.
Fox also rolled out itscreepy thriller One Hour Photo inFrance, grossing $461,000 from 100 screens.