'Quantum of Solace' To Rule International Box Office For 4th Straight Week
Quantum of Solace is expected to remain king of the internatinnal box office for the fourth straight consecutive time heading into this weekend.
Variety reports that the 22nd James Bond film should continue its successful run at the box office with new openings in Australia, South Africa, Spain and Peru.
The international (non-USA domestic) take for Quantum of Solace hit $267.5 million this past weekend, pushing the film past The World is not Enough‘s $263.1 million take. The film is also expected to surpass Die Another Day‘s $271 million through today.
Furthermore, Quantum of Solace is expected to eventually overtake the massive $430 million international total that Daniel Craig’s first 007 film, Casino Royale, took in two years ago.
After ruling the US box office in its debut weekend, some competition will be arriving in teen-appealing Twilight and the family animation film Bolt. While Twilight is being predicted to take the number one spot, Bond could give Bolt a run for its money for second place.
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