Warner Bros Pictures International has passed the $1 billion mark for the tenth straight year. This time the studio accomplished the feat in five months, the fastest it reached the mark. The mark was fueled by strong overseas business by Sherlock Holmes, Clash of the Titans, Valentine’s Day, Invictus and The Blind Side. The Robert Downey Jr.-starrer did $314 in international grosses while the higher ticket prices on the 3D Clash of the Titans led to $313 million overseas ticket sales. Still to come: Michael Patrick King’s Sex and the City 2, Christopher Nolan’s Inception, Todd Phillips’ Due Date, David Yates’ Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part I, and Clint Eastwood’s Hereafter.
Warner Bros International Passes Billion Dollar Mark In Five Months
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