After a big debut last weekend, Disney Animation’s Zootopia crossed $200M yesterday in international markets and is on the verge of crossing $100M domestically to bring its global total after two weeks to $300M. The international grosses were lifted in both Russia and China during the holiday of Women’s Day. The film currently sits at $299.7M worldwide. There are no new international markets opening this weekend.
The biggest market for the film by far outside of the U.S. market is China where it has taken in $52.8M to date, followed by France with $22.4M and Russia with $16.7M.
The film, which maintains a 99% Fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes, last weekend enjoyed a $75M domestic debut, which was the highest three-day for a Disney Animation opening. Last weekend, the film also marked the biggest Walt Disney Animation Studios debuts in France, Germany, Italy, Argentina, Mexico, Poland, and India. Zootopia has also already become Disney’s biggest animated release of all time in Russia and Thailand.
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There are no new international markets opening this weekend. Future key openings include Australia and Brazil (March 17), UK (March 25), and Japan (April 23).
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