Tarantino's revenge "Southern" added $19.5 million from 65 markets this weekend; its top territory was once again Germany with $3.9 million, and it held first place for the fourth weekend in a row in France with $3.3 million. Add its $187.7 million foreign total with its $154.5 million domestic take and Django has now earned $342.2 million worldwide, which is ahead of Inglourious Basterds's $321.5 million.
Wreck-It Ralph finally reached the U.K. this weekend and took first place there with $7.1 million. Overall, the movie added $11.7 million for a new total of $207.5 million, and it's now a few days from passing $400 million worldwide.
Including a strong $2.3 million first place debut in Australia, Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters grossed $11.7 million this weekend. To date, the action comedy has made a solid $83.6 million overseas.
A week ahead of its U.S. debut, A Good Day to Die Hard opened to $10.4 million in seven Asian markets. The biggest one was South Korea with $4.3 million, though the movie also put up strong numbers in Indonesia ($1.8 million, which is Fox's biggest debut ever), Hong Kong ($1.3 million), Taiwan ($1.2 million) and Malaysia ($1 million). The last Die Hard earned over $250 million overseas in 2007; A Good Day to Die Hard reaches the U.S. and many other foreign markets this upcoming weekend.
Steven Spielberg-directed biopic Lincoln added $10.2 million this weekend, which includes a decent $1.8 million start in Australia. The Oscar-nominated domestic blockbuster has, unsurprisingly, had a quiet foreign run so far with $47.6 million.
Les Miserables took in another $10 million from 45 markets this weekend for a total of $215 million. The movie opened to $1.7 million in Russia; while that seems to be on the low-end for Russia, it's actually the second-best debut ever for a musical. Worldwide, Les Miserables has earned a very impressive $359.1 million, and still has openings in France, Germany, Mexico and China to look forward to.