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As the trusted standard for all studio box office reporting, Rentrak provides intelligence into overnight theatre-level reporting across the global theatrical market. Coupled with the official reported data, studios are able to analyze admissions and gross results in over 50 territories using Rentrak's suite of products.
Rentrak's President of Theatrical Worldwide, Ron Giambra commented, "Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 opens at No. 1 worldwide with an outstanding weekend gross of $340.9 million, the international opening of $199.6 million represents a 38% increase over the previous installment. Skyfall surpassed the $500 million mark overseas and is now the highest grossing Bond film of all-time. The new worldwide cume stands at $669 million."
1. Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 2 - Lionsgate - $141.3M 2. Skyfall - Sony - $41.5M 3. Lincoln - Disney - $21.0M 4. Wreck-It Ralph - Disney - $18.3M 5. Flight - Paramount - $8.6M 6. Argo - Warner Bros. - $4.1M 7. Taken 2 - 20th Century Fox - $2.1M 8. Pitch Perfect - Universal - $1.3M 9. Jab Tak Hai Jaan - Yash Raj Films - $1.2M 10. Here Comes The Boom - Sony - $1.2M 11. Hotel Transylvania - Sony - $0.9M 11. Cloud Atlas - Warner Bros. - $0.9M 11. Sessions, The - Fox Searchlight - $0.9M
Full details regarding the global domestic and international box office results are listed in the table below.
*Territory is a movie studio term for regions of the world consisting of various countries
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