Scooby-Doo was a hit in Latin America for Warner Bros over theweekend, scoring the studio's second best opening of all time in Argentinawhere it opened at number one, grossing $113,000 from 82,000 admissions at 51screens. It was the second biggest opening for Warners behind Ocean's Eleven. In Chile Scooby-Doo opened top of the charts ahead of holdovers Signs and Stuart Little 2, grossing $109,000 from 36,000 admissions at 32screens for the studio's seventh best opening of all time there.
A first place opening inBolivia yielded $12,000 from five screens, while in Colombia the picture alsoopened at number one with $196,000 from 86,000 admissions on 60 screens. InBrazil Scooby-Doo held on to topspot with $765,000 from 482 admissions across 320 screens. Overall box officefor the weekend was $1.33m with 719,000 admissions from 951 screens in 28territories. Its international cumulative score is now $113.83m.