Wiz still wowing o'seas as Willis, robots roll on

McNary, Dave
July 2007
Daily Variety;7/23/2007, Vol. 295 Issue 78, p16
Trade Publication
A list of the top five movies at the overseas box office in the U.S. is presented. The number one is "Harry Potter and the Order of Phoenix" of Warner Brothers, has garnered $351.3 million from more than 13,000 prints in 58 markets. These include Paramount "Transformers" with $34 million, "Live Free or Die Hard" by Fox with $23 million at 5,500 in 51 markets, and "Shrek the Third" of Paramount with $10.6 million at 4,544 in 54 markets.


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