Monday, April 12, 2010

Remember Me Crosses $45 Million Mark

Robert Pattinson’s REMEMBER ME Crosses $45 Million Mark Worldwide: Box Office

Robert Pattinson, Emilie de Ravin in bed Remember Me

Robert Pattinson’s Remember Me opened in Argentina, France and several other European countries this weekend, landing at #6 in Paris and its suburbs. The romantic drama’s international weekend take was $4.7 million at 2,302 screens in 36 territories. The international total currently stands at $27 million.

Remember Me, which cost $16 million, has thus far grossed $18.7 million in North America. Worldwide total: $45.7 million.

Up to April 4, the film’s top foreign markets — no doubt thanks to Robert Pattinson’s Twilight Saga-propelled stardom — were Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States, $3.15m; Italy, $2.35m; Germany, $1.9m; Brazil, $1.71m; the UK/Ireland/Malta, $1.5m; Australia, $1.21m (up to Mar. 28); and Spain, $1.1m.

Other markets where Pattinson’s Remember Me has grossed more than $250K are: Mexico, $684K; Greece, $423K (up to Mar. 28); Sweden, $405K (up to Mar. 28); Portugal, $347K; Poland, $333K (up to Mar. 28); Austria, $301K; and The Netherlands, $276K.

Remember Me will be opening in Chile and Turkey in the coming weeks. It has yet to open in a few major markets such as China, Japan, and South Korea. It’ll surely earn more than $50 million worldwide; possibly as much as $60 million. Not bad for a mixed-to-poorly received “small” movie featuring an as-yet unproven star in an unlikely role.


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