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Rentrak Announces Worldwide Box Office Results For Weekend Of November 4, 2012

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LOS ANGELES, Nov. 4, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Rentrak Corporation(Nasdaq: RENT), the global leader in box office measurement, today announced the worldwide weekend box office estimates for the weekend of November 4, 2012 as compiled by the company's Box Office Essentials™ and International Box Office Essentials theatrical measurement services.

As the trusted standard for all studio box office reporting, Rentrak provides intelligence into overnight theatre-level reporting across the global theatrical market. Coupled with the official reported data, studios are able to analyze admissions and gross results in over 50 territories using Rentrak's suite of products.

Rentrak's President of Theatrical Worldwide, Ron Giambra commented, "Skyfall continues at No. 1 worldwide, with a huge weekend gross of $156 million from 81 international markets. The 10-day cume now stands at $287 million. Madagascar 3 crossed the $500 million mark internationally last week and Hotel Transylvania reached $100 million overseas this weekend."

The top-12 domestic weekend box office estimates listed in descending order, per data collected as of Sunday, November 4, 2012 are below.

  1. Wreck-It Ralph - Disney - $49.1M
  2. Flight - Paramount - $25.0M
  3. Argo - Warner Bros. - $10.2M
  4. Man With The Iron Fists, The - Universal - $8.2M
  5. Taken 2 - 20th Century Fox - $6.0M
  6. Cloud Atlas - Warner Bros. - $5.2M
  7. Hotel Transylvania - Sony - $4.5M
  8. Paranormal Activity 4 - Paramount - $4.3M
  9. Here Comes The Boom - Sony - $3.6M
  10. Silent Hill: Revelation 3D - Open Road - $3.3M
  11. Pitch Perfect - Universal - $3.0M
  12. Sinister - Lionsgate - $2.9M 

Full details regarding the global domestic and international box office results are listed in the table below.


 Weekend BO Estimate  (USD)

 Weekend Release Cume  (USD)

 Distributor

Title

 Worldwide

 Int'l

 Domestic

 Worldwide

 Int'l 

 Domestic

Int'l

No. of

Territories

Domestic

Skyfall

156,000,000

156,000,000

-

287,000,000

287,000,000

-

 SNY

81

 SNY

Wreck-It Ralph

61,100,000

12,000,000

49,100,000

61,100,000

12,000,000

49,100,000

 DIS

7

 DIS

Flight

25,010,000

-

25,010,000

25,010,000

-

25,010,000

 MUL

1

 PAR

Paranormal Activity 4

18,600,000

14,300,000

4,300,000

118,377,214

68,800,000

49,577,214

 PAR

52

 PAR

Hotel Transylvania

18,200,000

13,700,000

4,500,000

252,567,618

115,000,000

137,567,618

 SNY

51

 SNY

Argo

14,345,000

4,100,000

10,245,000

89,296,137

13,400,000

75,896,137

 WB

18

 WB

Taken 2

12,200,000

6,200,000

6,000,000

338,267,436

212,600,000

125,667,436

 MUL

64

 FOX

Man With The Iron Fists, The

8,219,200

-

8,219,200

8,219,200

-

8,219,200

 UNI

1

 UNI

Madagascar 3

7,900,000

7,900,000

-

728,791,482

512,400,000

216,391,482

 PAR

28

 PAR

Werewolf Boy, A

7,500,000

7,500,000

-

7,550,000

7,550,000

-

 CJ

1

 CJ

Bourne Legacy, The

6,800,980

6,700,000

100,980

265,461,045

152,300,000

113,161,045

 UNI

18

 UNI

Astérix et Obélix: Au Service de Sa Majesté

6,800,000

6,800,000

-

45,500,000

45,500,000

-

 MUL

6

-

Frankenweenie

6,032,000

5,300,000

732,000

58,106,000

24,800,000

33,306,000

 DIS

33

 DIS

Silent Hill: Revelation 3D

5,500,000

2,200,000

3,300,000

23,295,157

9,400,000

13,895,157

 MUL

8

 OPRD

Cloud Atlas

5,250,000

-

5,250,000

18,262,429

-

18,262,429

 MUL

1

 WB

Looper

5,250,000

4,000,000

1,250,000

123,301,021

59,600,000

63,701,021

 MUL

20

 SNY

Impossible, The

4,600,000

4,600,000

-

42,500,000

42,500,000

-

 WB

1

 LGF

Sinister

4,550,000

1,700,000

2,850,000

63,792,374

19,400,000

44,392,374

 MUL

14

 LGF

Ted

4,300,000

4,300,000

-

496,165,740

277,500,000

218,665,740

 UNI

33

 UNI

Fly Me To The Moon

4,000,000

4,000,000

-

4,000,000

4,000,000

-

 UNI

1

-

Here Comes The Boom

3,600,000

-

3,600,000

35,572,080

-

35,572,080

 SNY

1

 SNY

Pitch Perfect

3,301,550

260,000

3,041,550

58,711,173

3,100,000

55,611,173

 UNI

9

 UNI

© Rentrak         *Territory is a movie studio term for regions of the world consisting of various countries

Content in this chart is produced and/or compiled by Rentrak Corporation and its Box Office Essentials and International Box Office Essentials data collection and analytical service, and is covered by provisions of the Copyright Act.  The material presented herein is intended to be available for public use.  You may reproduce the content of the chart in any format or medium without first obtaining permission, subject to the following requirements: (1) the material must be reproduced accurately; and (2) any publication or issuance of any part of the material to others must acknowledge Rentrak as the source of the material.

About Rentrak Corporation:

Rentrak (NASDAQ: RENT) is a global digital media measurement and research company, serving the most recognizable companies in the entertainment industry. With a reach across numerous platforms including box office, multi-screen television, and home video, Rentrak has developed more efficient metrics to be used as database currencies for the evaluation and selling of media. Rentrak is headquartered in Portland, Oregon, with additional U.S. and international offices. For more information on Rentrak, please visit www.rentrak.com.

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