Sunday, April 4, 2010

Remember Me Makes 10.5M at the International Box Office. Total gross surpass 28M

Robert Pattinson’s Remember Me has grossed approximately $10.5 million at the international box office up to March 28, according to Box Office Mojo. (Australia and Bulgaria, March 21.)

The romantic melodrama has earned $17.8 million in North America as of April 1. Its worldwide total currently stands at about $28.3 million — actually more than that; as stated above, international figures are several days behind.

To date, Remember Me’s top international markets have been Russia* with $3.159 million, Brazil with $1.476 million, Italy with $1.043 million, Australia with $916K (March 21), and Germany with $843K.

Next in line are Greece (423K), Sweden ($405K), and Poland ($333K).

Remember Me cost $16 million. Summit Entertainment will get about half of the film’s worldwide gross (if $28.3 million, that would mean approximately $14 million or so for the studio).

As I’ve said before, even including advertising and distribution costs, Remember Me will most likely end up in the black after worldwide box-office rentals and ancillary revenues are added up. In fact, the film is already close to covering its production costs at the global box-office even though it’s just now opening in major markets such as the United Kingdom, The Netherlands, and Spain. It has yet to open in Japan, China, France, South Korea, Denmark, and Argentina and many other large and mid-size territories.

Directed by Allen Coulter from a screenplay by Will Fetters, Remember Me co-stars Emilie De Ravin, Pierce Brosnan, Chris Cooper, Lena Olin, and Tate Ellington.


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