28 January 2013 5:10 PM, PST | Box Office Mojo | See recent BoxOfficeMojo.com news »

Django Unchained once again led the foreign box office, reaffirming that mixing Quentin Tarantino with an all-star cast is enough to get foreign audiences to check out a western. Meanwhile, Skyfall finally opened in China and the results were nothing short of spectacular.Django added $43.1 million from 64 markets this weekend. Its biggest opening took place in Australia, where it claimed first place with $4.2 million (noticeably higher than Inglourious Basterds's $2.6 million). Across its holdover markets, it dipped an average of 21 percent; it eased 11 percent to $8.1 million in Germany, 18 percent to $6.6 million in France, and 16 percent to $3.8 million in the U.K.Through less than two weeks in theaters, Django has earned $111.6 million overseas. Add in its great $146.2 million domestic haul, and the movie is at $257.7 million worldwide; it should pass Inglourious Basterds's $321.5 million total in the next two weeks.With a few minor cuts, Skyfall opened to an incredible »

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