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Monday, June 27, 2011

Weekend Box Office June 24, 2011 - June 26, 2011


As expected, "Cars 2" came in at number 1 at the box office this past weekend.
Despite dismal reviews, the Pixar sequel took the number one spot at the box office this weekend, earning an estimated $68 million. Cars 2 makes Pixar’s number one opening weekend record 12 for 12. Predictions were all over the map, from 50′s to 70′s. In 2006, Cars earned $60.1 million, but with the increase in ticket sales, that number would translate to around $72.1 million today. Overseas it has earned $42.9 million giving it a total of $110.9 million worldwide. This weekend’s other wide release was "Bad Teacher", got the number two spot with a total of $31 million. The comedy, starring Cameron Diaz and Justin Timberlake, was rated R and had mixed reviews, which made predictions around the low 20′s. However, it was the only new adult choice at the box office this weekend.



TW
Title Studio Weekend Theaters Total Week
1
Cars 2 Disney•Pixar
$68,000,000
4,115
$68,000,000
1
2
Bad Teacher Columbia Pictures (Sony)
$31,000,000
3,049
$31,000,000
1
3
Green Lantern Warner Bros. Pictures
$18,350,000
3,816
$89,311,000
2
4
Super 8 Paramount Pictures
$12,100,000
3,424
$95,186,000
3
5
Mr. Popper's Penguins 20th Century Fox
$10,300,000
3,342
$39,448,000
2
6
X-Men: First Class 20th Century Fox
$6,600,000
2,633
$132,815,000
4
7
The Hangover Part II Warner Bros. Pictures
$5,865,000
2,755
$243,943,000
5
8
Bridesmaids Universal Pictures
$5,372,000
2,031
$146,659,000
7
9
Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides Walt Disney Pictures, Jerry Bruckheimer Films
$4,702,000
2,244
$229,060,000
6
10
Midnight in Paris Sony Pictures Classics
$4,481,000
951
$28,580,000
6
11
Kung Fu Panda 2 DreamWorks Animation
$4,150,000
2,527
$153,042,000
5
12
The Tree of Life Fox Searchlight Pictures
$1,360,000
215
$5,875,000
5

Monday, June 20, 2011

Weekend Box Office Results June 17, 2011 - June 19, 2011

As expected, Green Lantern was the number 1 movie at the box office this past weekend. While the film had a strong opening at midnight showing, ticket sales for the film began dropping shortly thereafter. Reviews for the film were quite harsh, we here at BlvdAve didn't even hear anything good about the film. As always though guys, reviews are good but you ultimately should be the judge and find out for yourself ! See you guys on friday when we deliver the latest batch of new movie release trailers !!


TW
Title
Studio
Weekend
1
Warner Bros. Pictures
$52,685,000
2
Paramount Pictures
$21,250,000
3
20th Century Fox
$18,200,000
4
20th Century Fox
$11,500,000
5
Warner Bros. Pictures
$9,635,000
6
DreamWorks Animation
$8,700,000
7
Universal Pictures
$7,487,000
8
Walt Disney Pictures, Jerry Bruckheimer Films
$6,236,000
9
Sony Pictures Classics
$5,237,400
10
Relativity Media
$2,241,000
11
Paramount Pictures, Marvel Studios
$1,145,000
12
Fox Searchlight Pictures
$1,115,000

Monday, June 13, 2011

Box Office Results: June 10th- June 12th 2011

Super 8 came in as the #1 Movie in AMERICA, debuting with $37 Million worth of movie-goers cash. Not far behind was the X-Men prequel "First Class", which raked in $25 Million bucks. Both the "Hangover" and "Kung fu Panda" sequels had strong weekends as well, bring their box office totals to some of the biggest numbers of summer thus far ! Check back friday for our latest round of trailers and predictions of who will be number 1 at the box office next weekend !!!


Weekend Box Office
June 10, 2011 - June 12, 2011
TW
Title
Studio
Weekend
Theaters
Total
1
Paramount Pictures
$37,000,000
3,379
$38,000,000
2
20th Century Fox
$25,000,000
3,692
$98,894,000
3
Warner Bros. Pictures
$18,500,000
3,675
$216,560,000
4
DreamWorks Animation
$16,635,000
3,929
$126,905,000
5
Walt Disney Pictures, Jerry Bruckheimer Films
$10,846,000
3,433
$208,774,000
6
Universal Pictures
$10,154,000
2,922
$123,904,000
7
Relativity Media
$6,267,000
2,524
$6,267,000
8
Sony Pictures Classics
$6,146,000
944
$14,225,000
9
Paramount Pictures, Marvel Studios
$2,370,000
1,782
$173,599,508
10
Universal Pictures
$1,714,410
1,329
$205,081,285
11
Fox Searchlight Pictures
$875,000
47
$2,410,000
12
20th Century Fox
$681,000
527
$137,792,000

Monday, June 06, 2011

Weekend Box Office June 3, 2011 - June 5, 2011



Although not as big an opening weekend as last weeks "Sequel Fueled" memorial day weekend, X-Men: First Class came in as the new # 1 movie at the box office. Sorry for the delay on this news ladies and gents, its been a busy couple of days for the Noemi M.G. boss !!


 Weekend Box Office 
June 3, 2011 - June 5, 2011 

TW
LW
Title
Studio
Weekend
Total
1
-
20th Century Fox
$56,000,000

$56,000,000

2
1
Warner Bros. Pictures
$32,445,000

$186,872,000

3
2
DreamWorks Animation
$24,300,000

$100,440,000

4
3
Walt Disney Pictures, Jerry Bruckheimer Films
$18,010,000

$190,257,000

5
4
Universal Pictures
$12,128,000

$107,255,000

6
5
Paramount Pictures, Marvel Studios
$4,200,000

$169,073,000

7
6
Universal Pictures
$3,244,000

$202,058,000

8
7
Sony Pictures Classics
$2,916,000

$6,493,000

9
9
TriStar Pictures (Sony)
$865,000

$35,927,000

10
10
Warner Bros. Pictures
$835,000

$36,660,000

11
8
20th Century Fox
$750,000

$136,702,000

12
12
20th Century Fox
$700,000

$55,739,000

Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Weekend Box Office Results May 27th-30th, 2011


  
Hope everyone enjoyed their weekend !! Seems like as the summer draws nearer the box office weekend totals for opening movies are growing larger and larger ! The sequel to the very popular "Hangover" came in at # 1 with over a  $130 million (Abroad and domestically) with Kung Fu Panda 2, another anticipated sequel taking the #2 position raking in close to $70 Million over this holiday weekend. Who will win the box office next weekend ? Will the new X-MEN movie take Hangover pt.2's current throne ? or will the "Wolf-Pack" remain dominant this coming weekend as well ?? We shall see !!!
Weekend Box Office
May 27, 2011 - May 30, 2011
TW
Title
Studio
Weekend
Total
1
Warner Bros. Pictures
$105,765,000
$137,375,000
2
DreamWorks Animation
$62,200,000
$68,000,000
3
Walt Disney Pictures, Jerry Bruckheimer Films
$50,732,000
$163,967,000
4
Universal Pictures
$20,987,010
$89,593,565
5
Paramount Pictures, Marvel Studios
$12,030,000
$162,375,000
6
Universal Pictures
$8,166,450
$197,575,550
7
Sony Pictures Classics
$2,614,671
$3,519,655
8
20th Century Fox
$2,400,000
$135,441,274
9
TriStar Pictures (Sony)
$2,350,000
$34,631,000
10
Warner Bros. Pictures
$2,320,000
$35,234,000
11
Screen Gems (Sony)
$2,100,000
$27,661,000
12
20th Century Fox
$1,400,000
$54,729,465

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