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Disney's 'Cinderella' tops international box office with $336.2M earnings

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Washington | March 30, 2015 12:01:13 AM IST
Disney's 'Cinderella' has topped the international box office with 336.2 million dollars earnings, it has been revealed.

The Disney's fantasy flick opened in the UK and France among others and held well in Italy, taking a total 38.7 million dollars, Deadline.com reported.

DreamWorks Animation movie 'Home', meanwhile, gave the studio its biggest domestic debut since Fox began handling distribution of its titles where they raked-in added 24 million dollars in 64 markets which is about 2 million dollars ahead of projections.

The science fiction movie 'Insurgent' is approaching 100million dollars offshore.

Last year's comparable frame also included the offshore debut of 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier' which enlisted a 75.2 million dollars bow while Noah swelled to another 33.6 million dollars and Fox had the double whammy of 'Peabody and Sherman' and 'Rio 2' which both expanded strongly. (ANI)

 
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