Doctor Strange Adds $103.2 Million Globally This Weekend

Walt Disney Pictures and Marvel Studios‘ Doctor Strange added $43 million domestically in first place this weekend and another $60.2 million internationally for a global weekend of $103.2 million. That means the film has now earned $153 million in North America after 10 days and $339.6 million overseas. Doctor Strange has earned $492.6 million worldwide, which means the film has already passed the lifetime totals of The Incredible Hulk ($263M), Captain America: The First Avenger ($371M) and Thor ($449M) and is fast approaching Ant-Man ($520M). Internationally, Doctor Strange has passed up The Incredible Hulk ($129M), Captain America: The First Avenger ($194M), Iron Man ($266M), Thor ($268M), Iron Man 2 ($310M) and Ant-Man ($339M).

Doctor Strange conjured up a stellar $12 million of global IMAX box office in its 2nd worldwide weekend. The global IMAX total for Doctor Strange now stands at $54 million. Domestically, the movie earned another $5.4M of IMAX box office, with IMAX screens securing 15 out of the top 20 locations in North America. International markets generated another $6.6 million of box office, including $3.5 million from China.

Here are the key international markets so far:

China $83.5M

Korea $37.1M

UK $24.2M

Russia $20.0M

Germany $13.9M

Brazil $13.5M

France $13.1M

Australia $12.2M

Mexico $12.0M

Taiwan $8.5M

Italy $7.4M

Hong Kong $7.3M

Indonesia $7.2M

Spain $6.1M

Philippines $5.8M

Malaysia $5.3M

Thailand $4.8M

Made for $165 million, Doctor Strange was directed by Scott Derrickson and stars Benedict Cumberbatch, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Rachel McAdams, Benedict Wong, Michael Stuhlbarg, Benjamin Bratt, Scott Adkins, Mads Mikkelsen and Tilda Swinton.