The Amazing Spider-Man grossed $126.8m in its second major session for a $200.2m running total, according to official numbers from Sony Pictures Releasing International issued on Monday (9).
Combined with the $137.1m North American tally the webslinger reboot stands at $337.3m worldwide. Sony reported that MIB3 stands at $436.6m while 21 Jump Street has grossed $61.5m.
Fox International confirmed that Ice Age: Continental Drift added $82.4m from 49 markets for an early $200.1m running total. Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter stands at $25.3m.
Paramount Pictures International reported that DreamWorks Animation’s Madagascar 3 added $7.9m in 41 countries reported for $259.3m. Comedy The Dictator has reached $93.1m.
Snow White And The Huntsman has amassed $204.1m through Universal Pictures International while Ted has raced off to a $15.3m start in Australia and Taiwan, scoring Universal’s biggest launch in history in the former on $13.5m from 230 sites, of which $4.5m came from previews. Taiwan generated $2m from 63 for the biggest comedy debut of all time.
Dark Shadows stands at $156.8m for Warner Bros Pictures International and Tengo Ganas De Ti has amassed $11.4m after three weekends in Spain.