LOS ANGELES - Warner Bros.-DC Entertainment's "Justice League" has crossed the $300 million milestone at the international box office, thanks to a second weekend of $72.2 million at 31,450 screens in 66 markets.
With the US gross of $171.2 million after 10 days, the superhero team-up has earned a total of $481.3 million worldwide.
The top international performance for "Justice League" came from China, with a second-place $15.8 million on roughly 10,000 screens, lifting that market's total to $83.1 million after two weekends.
The first weekend of Disney-Pixar's "Coco" finished ahead of "Justice League" in China with $18.2 million -- making it the second-best opening ever for a Disney-Pixar animated release, behind only "Zootopia." "Coco" also opened in first place in Russia with $3.1 million and generated another another $2.2 million in Mexico to lift its record-breaking total to $53.4 million.
"Justice League" generated its top international mark outside China in Brazil with $5.6 million at 1,617 screens for a 77% share of the top five 5 films and a two-week total of $24.9 million.
Mexico and the UK followed with $3.8 million each, both in their second weekends. Mexico's total is $18.2 million and the UK's has hit $16.6 million.
Japan saw the weekend's only opening of "Justice League," also grossing $3.8 million on 645 screens for a first-place finish. The results are 14% ahead of "Wonder Woman" and 7% ahead of "Thor Ragnarok."
France generated $3 million on 681 screens, finishing ahead of the opening of local title "Le Brio" and lifting the two-week take to $10 million. Australia saw $2.4 million at 515 screens for an 11-day total of $10.1 million. South Korea produced $2.2 million at 740 screens for a $12 million cumulative.
The Philippines and Russia both generated $1.9 million. Russia's total has hit $9.5 million, which tops the lifetime gross of "Wonder Woman" in that market.