Marvel Studios' Thor: The Dark World doesn't open in domestic theaters for another week, but the Phase Two sequel has already started opening in select international markets. The superhero adventure has taken in an impressive $45.2 million in 14 markets. Take a look at the breakdown to see how much Thor: The Dark World earned in each country.
- UK $7.8 million
France $5.8 million
Germany $4.1 million
Australia $2.9 million
Korea $2.6 million
Philippines $2.6 million
Mexico $1.9 million
Brazil $1.7 million
Spain $1.7 million
Taiwan $1.6 million
Russia $1.5 million
Malaysia $1.5 million
Singapore $1.2 million
Sweden $1.2 million
Other $7.1 million
Total $45.2 million
The sequel, which stars Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman and Tom Hiddleston, hasn't opened in key territories such as Argentina, Italy, China or Japan yet. Stay tuned to find out how this Marvel adventure will fare when it opens in North American theaters November 8.
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