The newest Daniel Craig-starring James Bond flick, Skyfall, hasn't opened in the US yet, but it's already a major success in the foreign box office: According to The Hollywood Reporter, since first hitting international theaters ten days ago, the film has raked in $287 million, $156 million of which was earned this weekend. As it's set to open in North America on November 8th, these numbers are only expected to go up substantially as early estimates show it pacing ahead of previous 007 films Quantum of Solace and Casino Royale

And that's not even all the good news. In addition to those stellar numbers, it looks like the film has broken some records in Europe as well - it's the biggest opening of 2012 in Germany, pulling in $23.9 million this weekend, and it's the biggest opening of all time in Switzerland with $5.3 million. 

Do you plan on seeing Skyfall when it's released this week?

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[via The Hollywood Reporter]