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'SPECTRE' holds #2 around the international box-office

08-Dec-2015 • Spectre (2015)

'SPECTRE' held its #2 position for a second week, beaten again by the fresh 'Mockingjay Part 2'.

The 24th James Bond wrapped up its sixth week at the international box-office by adding $23.56m from 94 markets across 9,900 screens.

The film launched in Japan, its final market to open. Its first three day weekend earned $2.95 from 583 screens. When you add previews, its opening week haul in Japan totals $6.5m.

Box-office takes this week included:
Germany - Dropped just 35% in its 5th week for a total of $60.9m
France - Dropped 47% in its 4th week to a total of $32.9m
Netherlands - 007 has long legs with a sixth straight week at #1 for a total of $17.2m
Australia - Dropped 38% to a total of $20.9m

The total in China now stands at $84.5m, but 'SPECTRE's run in the country is effectively wrapped.

Back in the UK, audiences dropped 44% for a total to date of $139.7m.

After six weeks in release around the world, the International box-office for 'SPECTRE' stands at $607.98m.

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