Total Recall joins the chart this week in the middle of the pack, with a projected $66 million final domestic total and $6 million to date overseas. It might get to $95 million overseas ultimately, which would put its eventual worldwide total around $160 million (just behind The Dictator, not what Sony was banking on).
Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days might eventually get to $15 million overseas, putting its eventual worldwide target at $55 million, well below the $72 and $76 million of the first two Wimpy Kid installments.
The big gainer again this week was The Dark Knight Rises (up $130 million to $378 million overseas). It is very likely Dark Knight Rises can hit $1 billion worldwide (with about $450 million domestic and $550 million overseas, almost the exact flip of $533 million domestic/ $469 million overseas for The Dark Knight in 2008).
Ice Age: Continental Drift continues to do well outside North America, up another $73 million this week to $584 million overseas. Ted was up $38 million overseas this week, to $77 million to date. And Brave was the fourth-biggest gainer overseas this week, up $26 million to $118 million overseas to date.