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Pixar’s “Brave” collected an estimated $4.3 million from about 565 screens in the United Kingdom, leading that country’s box office in its fourth weekend.
Laika Entertainment’s “ParaNorman,” an animated comedy thriller starring a small-town boy who battles zombies, opened at third place in the North American box office this weekend with $14 million.
Second-quarter net income at DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc. fell by a whopping 63 percent, the Glendale, California-based company announced Tuesday.
“Ice Age: Continental Drift” grossed $50.7 million at 15,932 screens in 69 foreign countries over the weekend, raising its overall gross abroad to $516.3 million.
Leading a hugely successful North American box office, DreamWorks Animation’s Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted opened with $60.4 million over the weekend.
“The Pirates! Band of Misfits,” co-produced by Aardman Animations and Sony Pictures Animation, opened in North America in a very close second place, making $11.4 million at the box office between Friday and Sunday.
Combining live action with animation, Pathe’s release of the adventure story Houba! Sur la Piste du Marsupilami stayed at No. 1 spot in France for the third weekend in a row.
With opening dates in 16 major countries yet to be determined, Universal Studios’ 3D-animated Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax made $8.6 million at 3,753 venues in 51 overseas countries this past weekend.
Based on Disney’s 1994 movie of the same name, The Lion King is the new ruler of Broadway, having now outgrossed The Phantom of the Opera.
A co-production by Britain’s Aardman Animations and Sony Pictures Animation, The Pirates! Band of Misfits opened to collect $7.8 million over the weekend, placing fourth among films overseas.
Disney’s expensive and critically panned 3D epic “John Carter” has found favor in — of all places — China.
Disney expects its partly animated and frequently panned Red Planet film John Carter to lose $200 million, throwing the whole movie division into a sea of red ink.
After two weeks leading the box office, Universal Studios’ “Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax” was moved to second place by the live-action remake 21 Jump Street.