Quantum of Solace broke the $500 million barrier at the box office this weekend.
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After dominating the international market for five straight weekends, Daniel Craig’s second James Bond film finally fell to second place after Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa rolled out around the world this weekend to great success
Quantum of Solace grossed a solid $10.8 million from 6,350 screens in 72 markets, bringing its international total to $357.8 million.
The sole new opening for the 007 film was in Venezuela, where it brought in $415,000 from 75 screens, hailed by Sony as 98% bigger than the comparable bow for Casino Royale. Notable market grosses to date include $77.4 million in the UK, $30.8 million in France and $37.1 million in Germany.
In the United States and Canada, Quantum grossed $6.6 million over the weekend, falling down one spot to fifth overall. Its cumulative total stands at $151.4 millon, which Reuters points out is about $12 million ahead (inflation unadjusted) of where Casino Royale was at the same point in its run in 2006.
Two more worldwide openings remain on the schedule for Bond: Uruguay on 26 December and Japan on 24 January.
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