Following up the news that Quantum of Solace grossed $2.2 million in its latest weekend at US theatres, Screen Daily reports that the international box office for the film grew to $372.5 million overall.
The James Bond film pulled in $2.2 million over the weekend from 2,730 screens in 68 markets, falling out of the top five internationally for the first time. Theatre counts for the film were heavily slashed after last weekend, when it grossed $5.2 million from 4,200 screens.
Combining the latest US and international numbers, the worldwide total for Quantum of Solace currently stands at roughly $534 million.
Significant cumulative grosses for the 007 film include $79.1 million in the UK after eight weeks, Germany at $38.9 million after seven and Australia on $17.6 million and Spain on $11.7 million, both after five. Holland has taken $7.8 million and Denmark $7.1 million both after eight, while Norway has taken $6.3 million after seven, New Zealand $2.5 million after four and finally Venezuela $1 million after three.
This upcoming Friday will see Quantum of Solace debut in Uruguay, the film’s second last international opening (Japan opening follows on 24 January).
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