‘Thor: The Dark World’ Crosses $100 Million Overseas

The Marvel Phase Two sequel has earned $109.4 million from 36 different territories. This superhero adventure opens domestically November 8th.

Thor: The Dark World crosses $100 million at the international box office
Thor: The Dark World crosses $100 million at the international box office
After an impressive debut at the international box office last week, Marvel's Phase Two sequel Thor: The Dark World has pulled in $109.4 million in 36 international territories.

The superhero adventure, which stars Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman and Tom Hiddleston, helped push Walt Disney Studios beyond its previous yearly international box office record of $2.302 billion, with just under two weeks left to go in the calendar year.

Director Alan Taylor's Marvel Phase Two sequel was the top movie at the box office in key territories such as France, the UK, Korea, Germany, Spain, Taiwan, Australia, Russia, Mexico, and Brazil. It hasn't opened in Argentina, Italy, China, and Japan yet, but the film is on track to beat Thor's international take of $268.2 million in 2011.

Thor: The Dark World opens in North American theaters November 8. How do you think the Asgardian warrior will fare at the box office this weekend?

Thor: The Dark World was released November 8th, 2013 and stars Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman, Tom Hiddleston, Anthony Hopkins, Christopher Eccleston, Jaimie Alexander, Zachary Levi, Ray Stevenson. The film is directed by Alan Taylor.

Sources: Deadline

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  1. Sean

    @undeadslayer4 You're welcome. I would say though that its probably that they are saying, how much the first Thor movie made and how much Thor The Dark world has made internationally. At least that's what I read when I read the article above.

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  2. Sean

    @undeadslayer4 That's a good question. I'm not quite sure unfortunately.

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  3. undeadslayer4

    @themoviefanatic im saying are they talking how much money the avengers made or how much they made in a year

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  4. Sean

    @undeadslayer4 What exactly is it that that you're trying to ask ?

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  5. undeadslayer4

    @kentarus24 dont spoil it for me

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  6. undeadslayer4

    @themoviefanatic wait a minute when they said for 2 billion do they mean how much they made for the avengers or how much they made overall @skywise

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  7. undeadslayer4

    @arthurg09 but IM3 in other people's perspective still said it wasnt that good and besides the avengers and MOS was way better than IM3

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  8. undeadslayer4

    @thedude1 only thing is dk was an improment of bb

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  9. undeadslayer4

    @arthurg09 i dont get this competition thing how come some movies make less money then other people can watch all those movies that come all at once if have to

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  10. TheDude1

    @arthurg09 Sorry but your logic is stupid. Batman Begins was epic and barely made profit. Same with the first Thor and Captain America as well.

    I can tell you are a Marvel apologist and will mock all of their competition no matter. Now go away troll.

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  11. arthurg09

    @thedude1 yes MOS wasn't epic it was a very good movie. If it was epic it would have made more then iron man 3 and the avengers. And it would at lest been #1 for three weeks. Was iron man 3 epic no but it was a great movie. And before you say iron man 3 has mistakes remember this. And it it is recorded by movie watchers and critics that MOS had way to many mistakes. Hell a critic walked out the movie because it had to many mistakes. They didn't walk out of iron man 3. Just a FYI.

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  12. TheDude1

    @arthurg09 So MOS wasn't epic because it was only number 1 for a week? That makes zero sense.

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  13. arthurg09

    Remember MOS was only number 1 for one week. Doesn't scream epic at all.

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  14. arthurg09

    Ok @therealGoku@thedude1@kentarus24 stay with just giving DC movies high praise. Even though iron man 3 made way more then MOS and had great reviews. I know thor the dark word will be great because one of many things marvel has that DC doesn't have is a large list of great movies. The biggest mistake you ever made @thedude1 was call MOS a epic movie.

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  15. skywise

    Wow that is very substantial. I guess Thor would obviously have quite a bit of relevance no matter what part of the world its shown in.

    I hate to hear that. @therealGoku and @kentarus24 I had high hopes for this film. That was probably my first mistake.

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  16. Sean


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  17. TheDude1

    After the awful Iron Man 3 it will be good to see a Marvel film that doesn't completely suck.

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  18. Kentarus24

    Really stupid movie.

    1 year agoby @kentarus24Flag

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