'Clash of the Titans' dominates the world
Tuesday 27 April 2010
How to Train Your Dragon soared at the US box office last weekend again, outside North America, it was
Clash of the Titans that took the top spot overseas.
In 60 markets around the world, the epic action-adventure held the No. 1 spot for the fourth week at more than 10,000 screens with 64 percent of tickets from 3D theaters, according to entertainment publication The Hollywood Reporter.
In the US, Titans had dropped to sixth place, a month after its release. Overall, it was a slow box office with the lackluster performance of new films The Back-Up Plan and The Losers.
The animated family feature How to Train Your Dragon was number three internationally.
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