Sony Pictures, noting that its overseas business will top $2 billion in ticket sales this weekend, said Thursday that it is having the best year in its history. In a statement, distribution chief Jeff Blake said, "Even in the midst of an economy that continues to challenge our industry, this has been a tremendous year in just about every way we can imagine." Domestically, the studio, the company released eight No. 1 films this year, and its entire slate as grossed more than $1.37 billion to date, bringing its worldwide total to $3.37 billion. Sony's biggest hit -- accounting for 25 percent of its international gross to date, was 2012 -- a film that is still raking in millions of dollars worldwide. It is expected to cross the $500-million mark in overseas sales this weekend.
The actor says he isn't "holding out for more money or doing anything like that".
The drama will be making its return to the streaming service in the near future.
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