‘Madagascar 3’ Keeps its Overseas Box Office Crown

DreamWorks Animation's CGI movie "Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted' adds $30.3 million overseas and ups its worldwide gross to $365 million

DreamWorks Animation's "Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted" may have lost its U.S. box office crown to "Brave," but it still made $30.1 million overseas this weekend, more than any other film.

The Paramount-distributed CGI movie played in 45 territories and has now taken in $208.4 million abroad, and has a worldwide gross of $365.9 million, according to estimates from box office tracker Rentrak.

It was a light weekend at the overseas box office, in part because distributors steered clear of rollouts in Europe, where many are focused on the soccer championships.

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Universal's "Snow White and the Huntsman" brought in $22.6 million from 61 territories, upping its overall foreign gross to $160.4 million and its worldwide total to $297.4 million.

Disney's Pixar hit "Brave" made $13.5 million from 11 territories.

Fox's "Prometheus" made $12.7 million from 62 overseas markets, upping its foreign gross to $152.9 million and its worldwide total to $261.4 million.

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"Men in Black 3" took in $10.5 million from 76 foreign markets for Sony. That ups its overseas gross to $414 million and the worldwide to $577.3 million.

The studio's Adam Sandler film "That's My boy" opened in eight markets and made just under a million dollars, upping its worldwide gross to $30.9 million in two weeks.

Fox's "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Slayer" rolled out in 18 territories and took in $8.1 million.

Warner Bros. "Dark Shadows" managed $6.9 million from 57 foreign markets, upping its international total to $143 million and is worldwide to $218.4 million.

The studio's "Rock of Ages" brought in $2.9 million from 25 overseas territories, upping is foreign total to $8.6 million.