What Lies On Top Of The International Box Office

HOLLOW MAN holds on as WHAT LIES BENEATH makes top notched debuts in France and Brazil. The Harrison Ford starrer scared up US$3.26 million in its French premiere. SPACE COWBOYS fell to second with a gross of $1.51 million, escalating its French cume to $3.56 million. Falling from second to finish in fourth, GONE IN 60 SECONDS raced in with $1.28 million, advancing its French cume to $13.31 million. Slipping one to sixth, U-571 surfaced another $706,419, lifting its French cume to $1.83 million. X-MEN also fell one slot to land in seventh, grossing $556,002 and raising its French cume to $11.66 million. Both down a spot to finish eighth and ninth respectively was NUTTY PROFESSOR II: THE KLUMPS with a gross of $555,021 and MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE 2 with a gross of $394,835. So far in France, KLUMPS has piled up $3.38 million and M:I 2 $26.58 million. Over in Brazil, WHAT LIES landed $1.77 million in its first place debut. NUTTY II fell to second with a gross of $682,036, bringing its Brazilian cume to $1.91 million. Down to third, PERFECT STORM swamped another $570,121, elevating its Brazilian cume to $3.15 million. X-MEN placed fourth in Brazil, with a gross of $289,967, climbing its cume to $5.77 million. 60 SECONDS settled in seventh place, with a gross of $60,111, raising its Brazilian cume to $4.67 million. In eighth, SOUTH PARK: BIGGER, LONGER & UNCUT grossed $46,605, bringing its Brazilian cume to $257,753. Down one to ninth, DINOSAUR danced home with an additional $39,685, advancing its Brazilian cume to $8.01 million. Finishing off the top ten in Brazil, THE PATRIOT piled up $25,172, elevating its cume to $4.58 million. Holding on to its top place finish, HOLLOW MAN grossed another $2.17 million in Spain, lifting its cume to $5.67 million. Warner Bros. ROMEO MUST DIE premiered in third, with a gross of $566,118. PERFECT STORM fell to fourth, with a gross of $496,262, bringing its Spanish cume to $5.96 million. Holding on to fifth, CHICKEN RUN raced in with an additional $441,149, raising its Spanish cume to $3.5 million. Falling from third to finish sixth, TITAN A.E. tallied $404,535, advancing its Spanish cume to $1.2 million. In eighth, 60 SECONDS scored another $183,401, elevating its Spanish cume to $6.35 million. Staying steady in ninth, the SOUTH PARK feature grabbed $158,735, lifting its cume to $2.38 million. In its Hong Kong premiere, HOLLOW MAN made $620,760 to finish first. After two weeks in Hong Kong, WHAT LIES placed #4, with a gross of $120,368, climbing its cume to $1.25 million. THE KLUMPS made a lackluster debut in fifth, grossing only $115,151. Falling four slots, PATRIOT rounded out the top ten with a gross of $8,849, jumping its Hong Kong cume to $282,696. In Sweden, HOLLOW held on to second with a ticket take of $229,557, lifting its cume to $725,166. Holding on to third, THE TIGGER MOVIE added $229,557 to its $757,231 Swedish cume. Staying steady in fifth, CHICKEN RUN flew home another $108,259, raising its Swedish cume to $830,310. THE CELL made a top notch premiere in Italy, grossing $821,260. 60 SECONDS fell to second, grossing $490,644, lifting its Italian cume to $1.79 million. Plummeting from third to land in seventh, FANTASIA/2000 brought in an additional $133,695, advancing its Italian cume to $1.1 million. In eighth, PATRIOT rifled home $109,760, bringing its Italian cume to $4.02 million. Down from fourth, FINAL DESTINATION collected $106,153 in ninth, escalating its Italian cume to $2.82 million.

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