Columbia TriStar Film Distributors Intl. has a pair of international hits on its hands, with “A Few Good Men” and “Bram Stoker’s Dracula” performing strongly in such markets as Argentina, Australia, Japan and France.
Columbia TriStar premiered “A Few Good Men” in more than 50 territories simultaneously with its Dec. 11 U.S. debut.
Overseas B.O. to date is $ 18,380,000 in 19 days.
In Australia, “A Few Good Men” has grossed $ 2,615,209 to date, including Col TriStar Intl.’s second-largest opening weekend (behind only “Ghostbusters 2”). “Good Men” has grossed $ 2,690,197 in Spain, breaking distrib’s record for one-day gross.
The strongest performing market for “Good Men” on a revenue basis has been France, where the pic has logged $ 3,434,966 on 182 screens. Pic also did well in Italy, Denmark, Belgium, Switzerland, South Korea, Singapore and Taiwan.
“Bram Stoker’s Dracula” has charted solid results since its Dec. 25 opening, grossing $ 11,607,032 in just 30% of the worldwide territories so far.
Francis Coppola’s pic has been a No. 1 performer in such countries as Argentina, Colombia, Peru, Uruguay and Mexico. In Australia, where it posted a four-day opening gross of $ 1,412,916, “Dracula” was the fourth-biggest opener ever.