‘Little Women’ Crosses $100 Million at the International Box Office

Greta Gerwig’s “Little Women” has passed $100 million at the international box office after more theaters around the globe have started to reopen.The Sony film took in $475,000 from 12 markets, bringing its foreign haul to $101 million.

After opening strong in Japan last weekend, the film added $300,000 this weekend, marking a 24% decline.

The film’s total in Japan now stands at $1.3 million.The coming-of-age drama nabbed $170,000 in Denmark and maintained its No.

1 spot at the box office for the third straight week.

This weekend marked a 31% decline in ticket sales, bringing its total to $1 million at the country’s box office.The global gross for “Little Women” now stands at $209 million.

The period drama, starring Saoirse Ronan, Emma Watson, Timothée Chalamet, Florence Pugh and Eliza Scanlen, originally opened in late 2019 and made $108 million at the domestic box office.

Many international screenings of the Louisa May Alcott adaptation were canceled earlier this

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