... Third was DreamWorks' Rise of the Guardians, which collected $13.7 million in its sixth round overseas from 6,251 locations in 60 markets. The Paramount release lifted its foreign gross total well past the $100-million mark ($142.9 million). ...
Wreck-It Ralph, Disney’s 3D family animation title, boosted its foreign take to $7.3 million its eighth round in 34 territories, and nudged its foreign gross total $67.6 million. Thanks to its strong domestic performance, the film has grossed a worldwide total of $239.5 million. ...
Hotel Transylvania's foreign gross total stands at $164.6 million. Universal’s Ted, $284.2 million.
Here's an interesting comparison factoid: Rise of the Guardians has collected $222.6 million worldwide to date, and Box Office Mojo lists its costs at $145 million.
Wreck-It Ralph, generally considered a bigger success because it's done better domestically, has a global box office total of $239.5 million and a budget (per Mojo) of $165 million.
So let's crunch the numbers. You see a big difference in the amount of money they've taken in after accounting for costs*?
Neither do I. (Perceptions are much of the game.)
* Admittedly, the Mojo's production cost listings might not be super accurate, but they're what we have to go on, yes?