The $175 million sci-fi space opera starring Channing Tatum and Mila Kunis was a disappointment at the domestic box office with $45 million. But it has now taken in $152 million worldwide, with $107 million of that coming from overseas for Warner Bros.
The runner-up film abroad this weekend was Disney’s “Big Hero 6,” which crossed the $600 million mark worldwide after taking in $19.6 million from 25 territories. The Academy Award-winning “Big Hero 6” has surpassed “Tangled” to become the third-highest grossing Disney animated release of all time behind “Frozen” and “The Lion King.”
Three films were grouped behind those two with around $17 million.
“Fifty Shades of Grey” took in $17.7 million from 59 markets to up its foreign haul to $371 million for Universal Pictures. Combined with its $158 million domestic haul, the R-rated Dakota Johnson-Jamie Dornan romance is up to $527 million worldwide.
The Will Smith-Margot Robbie caper comedy “Focus” also took in $17.7 million, from 50 territories for Warner Bros. That ups it overseas total to $37 million and with a $34.5 million domestic take after two weeks, it is at $71.5 million globally.
“Kingsman: The Secret Service” added $17 million from 68 markets this weekend, giving Fox’s spy spoof a $150 million foreign total and lifting its worldwide haul to $248.8 million.