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6. “Hugo,” $6.1 million.
7. “The Descendants,” $4.4 million.
8. “Happy Feet Two,” $3.8 million.
9. “Jack and Jill,” $3.2 million.
10. “Immortals,” $2.4 million.
Estimated weekend ticket sales at international theaters (excluding the U.S. and Canada) for films distributed overseas by Hollywood studios, according to Rentrak:
1. “Puss in Boots,” $45.6 million.
2. “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn _ Part 1,” $19.8 million.
3. “Arthur Christmas,” $14.3 million.
4. “New Year's Eve,” $12.9 million.
5. “Happy Feet Two,” $10.1 million.
6. “The Adventures of Tintin,” $8.1 million.
7 (tie). “Real Steel,” $6.6 million.
7 (tie). “Vysotsky: Thank God I’m Alive,” $6.6 million.
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