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By dint of 4,640 prints working in 42 markets, including 15 new openings, Hitch dominated the overseas market for a second straight weekend with a robust take of $30.2 million. The romantic comedy starring Will Smith lifted its international gross to $66.1 million during a time of the year when current entries are playing off before the onslaught of Easter films and saturation-booked summer blockbusters which start as early as late April. As a number of newcomers -- among them Robots, Hostage and The Pacifier -- try to carve their way into the offshore boxoffice charts in preparation for the Easter holidays, the steady scorers of late winter continue to hoist their international cumes, with Constantine moving up to an estimated $87 million after a $9.1 million weekend, Meet the Fockers soaring to about a $211.9 million cume following a $6.4 million weekend, and Hide and Seek coming out with $43.3 million after a weekend take of $5.2 million.


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