Universal’s erotic sequel Fifty Shades Darker has scored its second consecutive win at the international box office with $43.7 million in 59 territories.
“Fifty Shades Darker” declined 52 percent from its opening weekend for a foreign total of $187.2 million and a worldwide gross of $276.9 million.
The film is holding in first place in Germany, Austria, Italy, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Brazil, Panama, Paraguay, Trinidad, Uruguay, Venezuela, Hong Kong and Australia. Germany is the top market with $6.2 million, declining just 27 percent for a $20.9 million total.The film finished second in the U.K.-Ireland market behind Lego Batman, as Darker declined 52 percent to $4.5 million for a total of $21 million. France saw a 49 percent decline to $4.2 million for a total of $15.1 million.
Brazil has totaled $13.7 million, followed by Italy at $12.9 million, Russia at $10.7 million, Australia at $10.6 million and Spain at $9.6 million. Japan will be the final opening on June 23. Read More