Oliver Stone's "World Trade Center" has come out as the top holder of weekend international box office based on studio estimates.
Finally Oliver Stone's "World Trade Center" can hit it high. After circulating for some time, the feature at last made its way to top weekend international box-office ended October 1, 2006, according to studio estimates.
Propelled by muscular openings in nine territories plus a worldwide promotion tour, "World" wonderfully takes down $12.3 million in 20 markets, the biggest one coming from U.K where it draws in $3 million.
Taking the second spot is Columbia's comedy "Click" after it managed to collect $10.8 million from 55 markets followed by "The Devil Wears Prada" which earned $8.9 million from 10 markets to make a total foreign gross of $20.1 million.
In the no. 4 slot is last weekend's champ "Perfume: The Story of a Murderer" that still scores well with $7.1 million it has obtained from five markets with "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest" trailing behind following its decent attempt to gather $3.8 million from 37 markets, rounding up the top five highest-grossing movies of the list.