‘A Good Day To Die Hard’, starring Bruce Willis, retained its top spot at the international weekend box office after grossing $35.7m in 67 territories. The action thriller took its running total to $133m during its second weekend in play, with a new release in France having the highest return of $5.5m.
Peter Jacksons’ ‘The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey’ opened in China much later than most markets and grossed an impressive $17.8m. The Middle-earth adventure has now earned $679m internationally.
‘Les Miserables’ continued its strong international performance, grossing a further $9.3m during the weekend. Tom Hooper’s musical adaptation should cross the $250m mark during the next few days.
‘Wreck-It Ralph’ is also approaching the $250m milestone after earning a further $8m over the three days. Walt Disney’s animation stands at $428.2m worldwide after factoring in North America.buy viagra online ukcheap viagra 100mgbuy viagra online canadaviagra 100mg price