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‘Titans’ Leads 3D Domination of Foreign B.O.

‘Dragon’ and ‘Alice’ are Nos. 3 and 3, respectively

 On the overseas circuit, it was three more cheers for 3D. 

“Clash of the Titans” spent a second week at the top of the foreign box office, taking $54 million from 31 markets for the Warner Bros. remake.

“Titans” was followed by Dreamworks’ “How to Train Your Dragon” and Disney’s “Alice in Wonderland,” which earned $23.7 million and 19 million, respectively. Each played on just over 7,000 screens.

“Titans,” which has now grossed $229.7 million globally, opened No. 1 in Russia, France and Germany, and remained in first place in Korea.

“Date Night,” the domestic winner with $27.1 million, took $7.1 million overseas on 1,610 screens.

“Alice” has grossed $461.5 million overseas, becoming the 28th highest grossing film in foreign markets.

No. 4 was Another family-friendly film, "Nanny McPhee and the Big Bang," took the No. 4 spot with a $7.4 million weekend. The Universal film starring Emma Thompson has been strongest in the U.K., where the film’s 17-day market tally is $18.1 million.

Rounding out the top five was “Shutter Island,” which took in $7.3 million, including a No. 1 opening in Japan for $3.5 million.

Still making money overseas: “Avatar,” which fell out of the top five last week, but came up with another $3.5 million over the weekend. Its foreign gross now stands at $1.97 billion.