O'seas flies with Batpic

McNary, Dave
September 2008
Daily Variety;9/2/2008, Vol. 300 Issue 41, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports on the strong box office performance of the films "The Dark Knight" and "Mamma Mia!" in the international market. Both films are enjoying a remarkable high sales of tickets which amazes the motion picture industry in the U.S. because of the unexpected outcome of their release in the foreign market. Foreign box office sales reach $5.17 billion which proves the great support of the people nationwide.


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