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"Spider-Man 3" Conquers Europe, Too

May 3, 2007 (5:09 am) GMT
"Spider-Man" also debuted in great numbers across some European countries, scoring and breaking local opening records.

Completing its success in Asia, "" also opened grandly in European territories as it amazingly broke first-day records in both Italy and France while scoring superb income in Germany besides setting new records in Austria, Belgium, Holland, and Switzerland.

Debuted on 900 Italian screens Tuesday, May 1, the Columbia Pictures release triumphantly smashed the country's all-time opening record after satisfyingly garnering $4 million, a number that tripled the day-one takes of its two predecessors.

Pic even scored bigger in France with pulling a fantastic ticket sale of $6.1 million, which thus became the country's highest opening day of all time, besting local blockbuster "Taxi 2" ($4.5 million) and "" ($3.9 million).

Meanwhile, Germany saw the superhero saga effortlessly collect $4.6 million tally from 486,571 admissions on its first day to surpass the attainments the two previous installments reached. The first take on the wall-crawler, "", earned $1.6 million in its first four-day run in the country while the second one, "", racked up a handful of $10.3 million over four days.

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