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  • 'Ratatouille', 'Pirates' continue to rock worldwide

    'Ratatouille' has served up $202.8 million worldwide thus far. Buena Vista International opens the film in Asia Wednesday through Saturday this week.
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    Thanks to an estimated $1.8 million weekend at 3,587 screens in 45 markets, "Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End" pushed its overseas cume to $639.4 million, just $1.7 million shy of the international total grossed by the biggest of the three "Pirates" titles, last year's "Dead Man's Chest." Distributor BVI expects "At World's End" to eclipse "Dead Man's Chest" by the weekend, making the third title in the series the fourth-biggest international grosser ever.
    http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/hr/...f2792656e36190
    "If you don't know how to draw, you don't belong in this building" - John Lasseter 2006

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    Re: 'Ratatouille', 'Pirates' continue to rock worldwide

    Variety International
    July 30, 2007

    "World's End" has now grossed $2 million in its 10th weekend, lifting its international cume to $644.5 million.
    Disney/Pixar's "Ratatouille" led the rest of the pack with $10 million at 1,560 in 18 markets, mostly with a Japanese launch of $4.2 million and a Korean opening of $2 million. The toon, with $52 million so far amid a gradual foreign release pattern, is meeting Disney expectations; it expands next weekend into France, Spain, Hong Kong and Benelux.
    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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      Re: 'Ratatouille', 'Pirates' continue to rock worldwide

      I just loooooooooooooooved Ratatouille!!!

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        Re: 'Ratatouille', 'Pirates' continue to rock worldwide

        In the No. 4 spot is Disney/Pixar's "Ratatouille," which was propelled by No. 1 openings in nine markets to its biggest weekend tally yet, an estimated $24.5 million from 4,320 screens in 26 markets. Overseas cume to date for the Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International release stands at $83.3 million.

        Remy the culinary rat made a gangbusters debut in France, grossing an estimated $11.4 million from 800 screens in the opening five days. Preliminary figures indicate that "Ratatouille" might well wind up as the biggest animation title ever to open in France, given that in four days it was up 1% above the previous record pace set by 2003's "Finding Nemo," which went on to record a total of $528 million overseas.

        Heat waves in Spain and Belgium didn't hamper "Ratatouille" as it opened to an estimated $3.4 million in Spain at 270 screens while in Belgium the tally was $750,000 from 80 sites for a lusty per-screen average of $9,375.

        Despite heavy rains in Taiwan, Remy and company managed an estimated $540,000 from 86 screens. In Hong Kong, the tally was $770,000 from 50 sites for a strong per-screen average of $15,400.
        Disney's "Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End" chugged to an estimate $1.1 million from 2,294 screens in 29 markets. International total stands at $647.1 million, 4th biggest all-time. Worldwide, the total is $954 million, 5th biggest all-time.
        Full article at:
        The Hollywood Reporter 8/6/07
        http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/hr/...60174a326d8316
        "If you don't know how to draw, you don't belong in this building" - John Lasseter 2006

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          Re: 'Ratatouille', 'Pirates' continue to rock worldwide

          Yes, I heard about it on one of my Disney Podcast shows. That is awesome news. :yea:
          Hayley B. - MiceChat's very own Delawarean. :bow:

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