McClintock, Pamela
July 2007
Daily Variety;7/9/2007, Vol. 295 Issue 68, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports that "Transformers" from Dreamworks SKG LLC and Paramount Pictures Corp. has scored the best seven-day showing for a nonsequel in history. The film,which was directed by Michael Bay, has collected an estimated domestic take of $152.5 million and an international box office of $93.6 million from 29 markets. The domestic opening was the biggest ever for both Dreamworks and Paramount for a live-action title despite a busy July Fourth holiday.


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