International box office (March 1-3, 2013)

‘A Good Day To Die Hard’ retained top position at the international weekend box office after grossing a further $18.3m during its third weekend in play.  The fifth instalment of the franchise was active in 67 territories with its highest return being $3.5m in France.


Blockbuster, ‘Jack the Giant Slayer’ opened in ten Asian markets day-and-date with North America and earned $13.7m over the three days.  Bryan Singer’s action fantasy claimed the No. 1 spot in seven of the territories, including a $4.9m haul in South Korea.  After a lacklustre debut in North America, it will be relying heavily on the international markets to recoup the huge budget.


The session saw Peter Jackson’s ‘The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey’ cross the  $1bn mark worldwide.  The international markets have contributed over $700m to the running viagra online ukcheap viagra 100mgbuy viagra online canadaviagra 100mg price

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