‘Eagle Eye’ rules overseas box office

D.J. Caruso’s action hit “Eagle Eye” soared to the top of the international box office this weekend with an estimated $12 million in ticket sales. Its total gross currently stands at $45.6 million.

At No. 2, Ethan and Joel Coen’s comedy “Burn After Reading” collected $8.7 million to reach an overseas total of $30 million. Andrei Kravchuk’s Russian drama “Admiral” ranked third with a weekend gross of $8.2 million and a cumulative gross of $27.6 million.

Meanwhile, Pixar’s animated adventure “Wall-e” picked up another $7 million at No. 4, lifting its total international haul to $247 million. Domestically, the film about the lonely robot only grossed $221 million.

Debuting in fifth place with $6.4 million was John Moore’s video game adaptation “Max Payne,” which opened in 32 territories. Starring Mark Wahlberg, the film follows a grieving detective who has made it his mission to avenge those responsible for his family’s murders.

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