Tokyo -- Toho, Japan's biggest distrib by a mile, set a record at the box office in 2010, earning $902 million and beating its $890 million record set in 2008.
SEOUL -- U.S.-Korea co-production "The Last Godfather," starring Harvey Keitel and Jason Mewes, has dominated the Korean box office for a second week.
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RIO DE JANEIRO -- The Brazilian box office for 2010 was 1.26 billion real ($759 million), up 30% on 2009, the highest amount since the introduction of the new real currency in 1994.
International B.O. is clearly the growth area as overall numbers are expected to top $20 billion.
France, Europe's biggest movie market, smashed box office records for the second year running in 2010.
A weak performance by German films, coupled with the World Cup soccer tournament, resulted in an 8.9% drop at the German box office last year.
Dutch movie theaters had a record year in 2010, taking Euros219.3 million ($289.3 million) at the box office. Figure represents a 9% increase on 2009.
Warner Bros. and 20th Century Fox went head-to-head for an industry record, with final figures for 2010 international box office at $2.93 billion and $2.9 billion, respectively.