ComingSoon.net has posted the weekend box office results, which show that Skyfall has already reached $287 million internationally before hitting North American IMAX theaters this Thursday and conventional theaters on Friday. Here's an excerpt from the article:
Internationally, the 23rd James Bond movie Skyfall (Sony/MGM) continued to do well, bringing in an additional $156 million this weekend in dozens of countries outside North America, taking its global total to $287 million after ten days. The biggest opening was in Germany, where the movie grossed $23.9 million, the biggest opening of the year for that country, doing significantly better than the previous two Bond movies. Italy took in $7.9 million, the biggest opening for a Hollywood film in that country this year. Switzerland had the biggest opening of all time with $5.3 million, surpassing Quantum of Solace's previous record--which is somewhat funny since the previous Bond was directed by Swiss filmmaker Marc Forster--while Holland and Austria also set opening records for the year with $4.4 and $3.4 million, respectively. Daniel Craig's third outing as Bond opens in North American IMAX theaters on Thursday, November 8 and in conventional theaters on November 9.
You can check out the full box office report by clicking here.
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