Warner Bros-distributed pictures Goodbye Lenin and Two Weeks Notice held on to first and second place respectively in the German charts at the weekend, claiming an impressive 65% market share. Goodbye Lenin, an X-Verleih presentation of an X-Film Creative Pool Production that Warner Bros is distributing in the territory, added another $4m (Euros 3.8m) from 540 prints.
Two Weeks Notice took $1.8m (Euros 1.7m) from 261,000 admissions from 716 prints in its third week. To date the romantic comedy has grossed $10.3m in the territory. In a strong opening in Turkey, the picture took $280,000 (local currency 454,520,000,000) from 55 prints and was expected to finish second behind The Ring, which also bowed over the weekend. Two Weeks Notice took $9.5m from 30 territories at the weekend for a $69m international cumulative score, including Village Roadshow territories.
In its fourth week in the UK the picture added another $1.9m (£1.2m) from 401 venues for an $18.3m running total. In its second week in Portugal, Two Weeks Notice grossed $194,000 (Euros 181,000) from 49 prints for a $534,000 cumulative score. It was expected to finish first.