June 14th, 2011 / 7 Comments


Given the public holiday in Australia yesterday it’s taken until today for the Australian box office to be updated – which is why I’ve been a little slack in bringing you my weekly update for WFE’s figures.  According to:

The Numbers – worldwide box office is $111,899,794 and US box office s $56,599,794 (Box Office Mojo also has the same US stats, but is lagging behind on foreign)

UrbanCine has Australian figures at $10,194,594 and the movie has slipped to no. 7.

Still, as I said last week, it’s starting to slow down, but well it’s been an amazing ride for all involved.  I suspect the figure will double once the DVD is released worldwide *clapshands*.

  • Carmel
    Posted on June 14, 2011

    @Maria – I really enjoy these updates. Thank you
    The DVD sales will really make an impact to those already impressive figures

  • Vicky
    Posted on June 14, 2011

    Thanks Maria. I suppose it had to happen eventually :(.

  • Bee Kaye
    Posted on June 14, 2011

    Fabulous result – I’m over the moon – watched it on the big screen with, husband, daughter, friends 5 times in all – they all loved film and were impressed with Rob’s performance, as well as all of the other actors. Definitely will add DVD to my collection. Thanks for update Maria. Is Bel Ami next? Hope so.

  • Maria
    Posted on June 14, 2011

    @Bee Kaye I think it might be Breaking Dawn next. The rumours going around is that Bel-Ami is not being released in UK until next year. I’m just waiting for the Aussie distributor to let me know if they too have heard this, but I’m yet to get a response. Up until last month they confirmed the movie was being released in the second half of this year.

    I just want Georges … STAT!

  • Val
    Posted on June 14, 2011

    I’m very sad I only got to see it 2x…our local hick cinema is only showing it during the day now 🙁 Even though I’ve got at least 2 other friends keen to come see it (on top of the ones I dragged to first 2 and they LOVED), we’ve all got toddlers so it’s probably impossible to get to now. DVD sales will benefit from me, is all I can say! (Like I wasn’t already about to pre-order, he he)

    Thanks for keeping us informed and proud Maria 🙂

  • lise-lou
    Posted on June 15, 2011

    These figures still blow me away I mean look at the Oz figures compared to the US, take in the difference in populations and BAM that’s just pure awesome. Still going at number 7 is amazing too. Makes me want to head off to the movies again today. Thank for the update Maria 🙂

  • Bee Kaye
    Posted on June 22, 2011

    @ Maria, thanks for this info – as much as I would love to see Rob in Bel Ami, it will be a joy to wait, and we do have Breaking Dawn – the build up to that will keep us on our toes.

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