Tintin” is tip-top in Australia and New Zealand

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The Adventures of Tintin

The Adven­tures of Tintin

Steven Spielberg’s “The Adven­tures of Tintin: The Secret of the Uni­corn” has opened at No. 1 in both Aus­tralia and New Zealand.

Open­ing on Box­ing Day through dis­trib­u­tor Para­mount, Tintin made a com­bined $8.6 mil­lion in both coun­tries. Since open­ing over­seas Octo­ber 26, it’s made $260.5 mil­lion through dis­trib­u­tors Sony, Para­mount, Toho-Towa in Japan and Lotte in South Korea.

20th Cen­tury Fox’s Alvin and the Chip­munks: Chip­wrecked ranked No. 3 abroad over the week­end. It opened in at least six coun­tries, includ­ing Aus­tralia and Rus­sia. Accord­ing to Fox, it brought in $24.4 mil­lion on the week­end — up 48% from last week­end — from 6,764 venues in 57 countries.

So far, Alvin and the Chip­munks: Chip­wrecked has made $81.1 mil­lion abroad. School hol­i­days in France led it to reach No. 2 spot with $4.1 mil­lion from 602 the­aters in its sec­ond week­end. It’s made $10.7 mil­lion in France so far.

In fourth place, Dream­Works Animation’s Puss In Boots grossed $21.3 mil­lion this past week­end in 50 coun­tries for a total over­seas of $274.5 million

Sony’s Arthur Christ­mas made $3.5 mil­lion this week­end at 3,930 screens in 74 coun­tries. It’s now made $96.9 mil­lion since open­ing Novem­ber 11.

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