Overseas, 10,000 B.C. appeared to be outdoing analysts' predictions, earning $38 million in 30 markets, according to Daily Variety. It represented the biggest opening of any film on the international marketplace this year. Horton Hears a Who! opened in 29 countries with a take of $14.2 million. (Variety noted, however, that only four of the countries represented top-10 markets.)
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