Thursday, May 6, 2010

Box Office Update $54.4 Million - Remember Me is an International Hit and Rob is an International Star



In the first part of the box office news, Remember Me has taken in over $19 million in domestic box office receipts.
In last weekend's sales, Remember Me added another $43,742 in domestic Box Office receipts. And additional $8132 has been added week to date.

Total Domestic Box Office to Date:
$19,024,967


Some of the international box office numbers have been updated with receipts through 5/2. There are also a few countries that have not posted results yet.

International Box Office Reported - New Openings:
Serbia/Montenegro..$4,377
Turkey.............$109,943
Total New Openings Markets - $114,320

International Box Office - Held Over:
(Updated 5/2)
Argentina..........$231,319
Austria............$538,732
Belgium&Luxenburg..$1,288,148
Bulgaria...........$34,246
Chile..............$71,882
Croatia...........$107,978
Denmark...........$531,410
Finland...........$302,006
France..........$3,660,862
Germany.........$3,311,562
Latvia.............$63,017
Mexico............$984,331
Netherlands.......$757,100
New Zealand.......$243,671
Norway............$214,775
Portugal..........$461,913
Romania...........$133,812
Russia(CIS).....$3,489,448
Slovenia...........$49,979
Spain...........$2,566,978
Sweden............$756,076
Total Held-over Markets Updated: $19,799,245

These markets do not yet have updated figures from last week.
(Updated 4/25,4/18)
Egypt..............$81,270 4.25
Israel.............$
Italy...........$2,805,429 4.25
Lithuania..........$53,830 4.25
Switzerland.......$935,695 4.25
UAE...............$208,911 4.25
UK,Ireland......$5,454,683 4.35
Brazil...........$1,893,019 4.18
Colombia...........$164,244 4.18
Czech Republic.....$170,378 4.18
Estonia.............$44,718 4.18
Poland.............$566,361 4.18
Singapore..........$157,706 4.18
Ukraine............$215,070 4.8
Total Held Over Markets not Updated from Last Week: $12,751,314

These markets do not yet have updated figures for a while.
(Updated 4/11, 4/4 and 3/28)
Australia...$ 1,348,428 3.31
Greece.........$500,641 4.4
Lebanon.........$47,688 4.11
Malaysia............$75,749 4.1
Philippines........$211,910 4.4
S. Africa......$234,504 4.4
Taiwan.............$125,790 4.17
Thailand.......$123,862 4.11
Total Held Over Markets Not Updated: $2,668,572

Total International Box Office (not totally updated)
$35,333,451

Total Worldwide Box Office:
$54,358,418


Sources:
kinobusiness.ru
Box Office Mojo
filmup.leonardo.it
Urbancinefile.com
Variety
Sammie1863
tracygee

8 comments:

LTavares2010 said...

These results are superb!! There are many people who had not believed that it could happen and it is happening, without hurry, slowly. Remember Me will grow more and more in the near future, it is a cult film.

jessegirl said...

Yay world!

Heidi said...

Woo hoo! Love hearing this. I am sure it will gain a larger audience with the release of the DVD. :)

Anonymous said...

I am so happy for Rob and company - the film was wonderful and the DVD is coming out on my birthday, what a present! I am sure DVD sales will do really well - can't wait

Shirlee

WhyIstheRumAlwaysGone said...

This is music to my ears!

Anonymous said...

Congratulations to all involved! Thanks for making such a wonderful movie that I'll be sure to watch again and again!

solas said...

I am so glad it is doing well, and I so wish the negative reviewers would review this all, and re-view the film, and realize their stupidity.
I noticed there is no listing of BO from Israel, and although thinking logically I would guess the amount just didn't come in, thinking emotonally and psychologically, I wonder how people there would take to that film when everyday they never know if their kids will come home again. The entire society now accepts that every life may end before you see a loved one again once he walks out the door, sometimes even at home. It has made a ferocious appreciation of loved ones, especially one's chldren, and a battle of knowing one must let go and let one's child out the door, while really wanting to grab him inside and never let him out. Thousands upon thousands of dear loved lives.

Anonymous said...

This was a really good movie. The critics were wrong I don't think they wanted it to be good. 09//11 happened and like the movie it should remind us to live everyday like it might be our last. I can't wait for the DVD so I can watch it over and over again. Rob was wonderful.

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