Warner Bros. and 20th Century Fox were neck-and-neck for record international box office totals, with final 2010 figures putting Warners on top at $2.93 billion, followed closely by Fox with $2.9 billion.
In worldwide totals, Warners was the clear winner, with an industry record $4.8 billion for domestic and international results combined, while Fox totalled $4.5 billion worldwide.
Warners claimed the triple crown in 2010, also winning domestic B.O. market share at $1.88 billion.
“Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1,” with $611 million, ranks as Warners’ top 2010 title overseas. Fox’s best, “Avatar,” earned $1.48 billion for the studio in 2010, with the pic cuming $2.03 billion internationally.