‘The Wolverine’ recovered ground internationally after a disappointing North America debut, claiming the No. 1 spot in all but one of the 101 territories where it opened. The latest instalment of the X-Men franchise, with Hugh Jackman returning for the sixth time, grossed $87.2m over the weekend with Russia leading the way on a mighty $10.4m. The film opened on 15,435 screens in total and half of its earnings came from the 3D market.
Universal’s ‘Fast & Furious 6’ sped passed the $500m international milestone after earning $24.3m on its China debut. The action thriller has now registered an impressive 66 international No. 1’s but China was its final opening. Overall, the film earned $25.6m during the weekend from the 34 markets where it remained active.
Another Universal release, ‘Despicable Me 2’, was running neck and neck with ‘Fast & Furious 6’ throughout the weekend and finished a mere $0.4m behind. Its international tally now stands at $355.2m.silvitra generic namesilvitra for salesilvitra costsilvitra price