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The holidays have come early for the German box office, which is revving up as the days grow shorter and the nights colder. The winter season is traditionally a strong one for the territory and the past weekend’s performance was evidence of that as Hollywood tentpoles dominated with strong numbers.
International Weekend 12/6/15
|1. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 2||$32.4M||$296.8M|
|3. The Good Dinosaur||$19.4M||$55.4M|
|4. In the Heart of the Sea||$17.1M||$17.1M|
|5. The Martian||$13.5M||$350.0M|
|6. Point Break||$12.0M||$12.0M|
|7. Fall in Love Like a Star||$11.0M||$15.0M|
|8. Bridge of Spies||$10.0M||$41.8M|
|9. Inside Men||$6.6M||$35.0M|
|10. Victor Frankenstein||$5.0M||$19.2M|
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay—Part 2 defended its position atop the German charts, earning a further $7.5 million(€7.1 million) to push its total take over $20 million for the territory. Behind it was Spectre, which earned $4.4 million (€4.2 million) in its fourth frame, taking German earnings for Sam Mendes’ latest Bond film past the $50 million mark.
New entries made up the remainder of the top five, with Pixar’s The Good Dinosaur ($1.3 million), Steven Spielberg’s Cold War thriller Bridge of Spies ($856,000) and holiday-themed comedy The Night Before ($340,000) all delivering solid starts.
Overall, admissions topped 1.7 million for the weekend, with around $17 million (€16 million) in revenues.
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