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Jor-El (Russell Crowe) in "Man of Steel"

The tentpole opens to $71.6 million internationally country of star Henry Cavill. The film's early foreign performance is a notable success for Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures as they go about resurrecting the marquee franchise.

Snyder directed the $225 million tentpole, with Nolan producing. Box office observers will track the film's international run closely, since Superman has historically been a distinctly American hero (then again, Captain America: The First Avenger did more business overseas than domestically, or $192 million versus $176 million).
Man of Steel's weekend take in North America was $113.1 million, the top opening for June. Combined with $12 million from special Walmart screenings Thursday night, the film's domestic total through Sunday was $125.1 million.
As a way of comparison internationally, Man of Steel is pacing nearly 40 percent ahead of Nolan's sequel The Dark Knight, which ultimately earned $470 million overseas. It opened to a $17.1 million in the U.K., one of the best showings for a superhero film and almost on par with Iron Man 3 earlier this summer.
Man of Steel debuted to $9.9 million in South Korea and $9.8 million in Mexico. The film makes a major push next weekend when opening in another 26 markets, including a raft of major European markets.
Universal's Fast & Furious 6 came in No. 2 worldwide over Father's Day weekend with international and domestic ticket sales of $29.4 and pushing the action's pic cume to $636.8 million. The sixth installment is now the top grossing film in the series, besting the $628 million earned by Fast Five.
Will Smith sci-fi epic After Earth placed No. 3 worldwide, although it continues to underperform both domestically and overseas. Weekend earnings were $27.8 million, including $24 million internationally from 72 markets for a tepid foreign total of $91.1 million. The event pic's worldwide cume through Sunday is $145.3 million.
Summit's magician heist pic Now You See Me jumped the $100 million mark worldwide, grossing $25.9 million for a cume of $107.7 million. Domestically, the film grossed $10.3 million for a cume of $80 million. Overseas, it earned $15.6 million for a cume of $27.72 million.
Star Trek Into Darkness, enjoying strong legs, placed No. 5 globally with $22.7 million in ticket sales for a total $412.2 million. The Paramount and Skydance pic took in $17 million overseas from 58 markets to jump the $200 million market with a cume of  $201.7 million.
Warner Bros. and Legendary's The Hangover Part III also crossed $200 million at the foreign box office, pushing its global total to $309.8 million.
Shawn Levy's Google comedy The Internship, starring Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson, grossed $5.1 million as opened in its first 19 foreign markets after underwhelming in the U.S. 
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