"Casino Royale" keeps being no. 1 in its fourth spin on the weekend international box office of December 8-10, 2006.
Settles in for a long stay at the top of international box office, "Casino Royale" hits its fourth straight weekend on the spot after satisfyingly adding $36.2 million it has collected from 63 markets into its pocket, Variety has reported.
Still scoring great in the U.K with $5.7 million at 952 theaters, this latest 007 installment therefore raises up its total income to $247.2 million internationally and $376 million worldwide, which is just $55 million short of the Bond film record set by "Die Another Day" in 2002.
Though it seems rather easy for the flick to surpass the number, its position on the chart now faces threat as its rival "Happy Feet" keeps striving forward lately, even manages to garner a solid $25.4 million in 37 territories only during the weekend.