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  • 'POTC: At World's End' steals $904.7 million worldwide



    The third "Pirates of the Caribbean" became only the seventh pic to cross the $600 million mark in international grosses and trails the final "Pirates 2" foreign cume by only $33 million after six weeks;
    BVI's "Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End" followed with $14.1 million at 8,779, led by Japan with $3.9 million and France and the U.K. with $1.4 million each -- all with impressive holds, falling less than 28%. It's now sixth highest in foreign grosses at $608.9 million and ninth in worldwide at $904.7 million.

    BVI also saw decent numbers from its limited day and date opening of "Ratatouille" with $4.7 million at 520 in half a dozen markets, mostly from Russia with $3.3 million. The Pixar pic moves into Brazil and Mexico next frame and will launch gradually over the rest of the summer and early fall as the distrib tries to take advantage of strong reviews.
    Read the full article at:http://www.variety.com/article/VR111...goryid=13&cs=1
    Last edited by ALIASd; 07-01-2007, 08:42 PM.
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    Re: 'POTC: At World's End' steals $904.7 million worldwide

    Originally posted by ALIASd View Post
    Its funny but I finally went to see POTC AWE, today here at Lake Tahoe. My wife did not want to go, so I went alone. It was the 11:00 A.M. showing and when I went into the theater I was the only one there. I had the whole place to myself, my own private screening.
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      Re: 'POTC: At World's End' steals $904.7 million worldwide

      We went to see At World's End for the 3rd time in the theater Sunday June 24 in Lodi, CA. The theater was at least 3/4 full. Can't wait for the DVD.
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        Dvd sales should be pretty good. Wonder how much money they will make from dvd sales?
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          Re: 'POTC: At World's End' steals $904.7 million worldwide

          Franchises pay off overseas

          Int'l box office hits $4.65 billion

          By Dave McNary
          Variety
          July 3, 2007

          At the halfway point of the year, foreign box office for Hollywood's six majors has hit $4.65 billion -- up 13% over the same period last year and 24% from the first six months of 2005.

          Nearly one-third of that total has come from the third iterations of Sony's "Spider-Man," BVI's "Pirates of the Caribbean" and Par's "Shrek the Third," which have combined for $1.5 billion outside the U.S..

          It's too early to tell how "Shrek" will compare to its predecessors overseas, but "Pirates" is on track to match the No. 2 outing, while "Spider-Man 3" easily outperformed the franchise's earlier editions.
          "Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End" should be able to match the second film in the series, "Dead Man's Chest," which wound up with $642 million overseas. The third "Pirates" pic is only $32 million away.

          Should the next six months deliver the same kind of performance, 2007 is likely to wind up in the $9 billion-$10 billion range.

          Early favorites in the 2007 holiday season include Warner's "I Am Legend," Disney's "National Treasure: Book of Secrets" and "Enchanted," New Line's "The Golden Compass," U's "American Gangster," Paramount's "Bee Movie" and "Beowulf" and Fox's "Alien vs. Predator 2."
          Full article at:
          http://www.variety.com/article/VR111...goryid=13&cs=1
          "If you don't know how to draw, you don't belong in this building" - John Lasseter 2006

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