Magazine article Screen International

Frozen Leads Int'l BO on $24M

Magazine article Screen International

Frozen Leads Int'l BO on $24M

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Frozen grossed an estimated $24m from 47 territories through Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International over the weekend to reach $545.1m.

The Disney release crossed $900m at the worldwide box office to rank as the 28th biggest release in history, the fourth biggest animation globally and the fifth biggest internationally.

The film now ranks as the biggest non-sequel animation based on an original property of all time globally, internationally and in North America.

It is the biggest animation release in South Korea and Denmark, the biggest Disney or Pixar animation in more than 20 territories including Russia and Brazil and Walt Disney Animation Studios' biggest release in more than 45 territories including the UK.

The Lego Movie grossed $18.m through Warner Bros Pictures international in 34 markets to bring the global tally after the first weekend to $87.2m.

The family title delivered notable number one results, led by Mexico on $4.1m from 1,850 screens, Spain on $2m from 427, Brazil on $1.8m from 587 and $982,000 in Hong Kong from 62. The Lego Movie arrives this week in the UK.

The Wolf Of Wall Street, which Universal Pictures International is distributing in nine European territories, added $9m from 1,715 sites in nine for $86.8m.

The dark comedy ranks number two in Germany as $3.1m from 538 raised the running total to $24.1m and third in the UK where $2.8m from 477 elevated the tally to $29.4m. It ranks as the third highest R-rated film of all time in both markets. Wolf places second in Spain on $1. …

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