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Sunday, November 20, 2011

Weekend Box Office Results November 18, 2011 - November 20, 2011





What a weekend at the box office !!! Another great weekend for the film industry, as there was alot of movie goers in theaters. OH, Did I mention we have a NEW box office CHAMP ?!?!?!?
Summit Entertainment's The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1 has earned a massive $283.5 million worldwide since opening internationally on Wednesday. Based on the Stephenie Meyer book, "Breaking Dawn - Part 1" grossed $139.5 million domestically from 4,061 theaters this weekend and added another $144 million overseas for the five days in 54 markets. The $139.5 million domestic opening is the fifth-best ever, trailing just The Twilight Saga: New Moon's $142.8 million, Spider-Man 3's $151.1 million, The Dark Knight's $158.4 million and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2's $169.2 million. The $283.5 million worldwide opening is the 10th largest ever and a franchise best, passing up "New Moon's" $274.9 million launch. Coming in 2nd place this weekend was the family film "Happy Feet two," making $22 Million. Last weeks Number 1 movie, "Immortals" dropped two spots to Number 3, raking in more than $12 million this past weekend. Adam Sandler's "Jack & Jill" was Number 4, grossing $12 Million in ticket sales, and finally "Puss In Boots" closes out the top 5, making clost to $11 Million this past weekend to make it one of the highest grossing films of the fall/winter time. Check the list for the remaining 12 films, and check back friday for all the other new films in theaters !!!



TW LW Title Studio Weekend
Total
1 - The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1 Summit Entertainment
$139,500,000

$139,500,000

2 - Happy Feet Two Warner Bros. Pictures
$22,025,000

$22,025,000

3 1 Immortals Relativity Media
$12,252,000

$52,979,930

4 2 Jack and Jill Columbia Pictures (Sony)
$12,000,000

$41,027,906

5 3 Puss In Boots DreamWorks Animation
$10,725,000

$122,312,562

6 4 Tower Heist Universal Pictures
$6,957,830

$53,391,605

7 5 J. Edgar Warner Bros. Pictures
$5,900,000

$20,694,694

8 6 A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas New Line Cinema (Warner Bros.)
$2,900,000

$28,332,846

9 7 In Time 20th Century Fox
$1,675,000

$33,418,841

10 - The Descendants Fox Searchlight Pictures
$1,222,344

$1,301,544

11 8 Paranormal Activity 3 Paramount Pictures
$1,000,000

$102,618,677

12 9 Footloose Paramount Pictures
$835,000

$50,140,680









Monday, November 14, 2011

Weekend Box Office Results November 11, 2011 - November 13, 2011



We have a new box office CHAMP !!! This past weekend,'Immortals' dethroned the 2 week box office champ 'Puss In Boots' to become the top dog, raking in $32 Million bucks in ticket sales. Adam Sandler's latest film, 'Jack and Jill' made an impressive debut at #2, grossing $26 Million at the box office. Although 'Puss In Boots' dropped two spots to #3, the film continues to thrive in theaters as it made another $25 Million at the box office this past weekend, bringing the films gross past the $100 Million dollar mark. The Eddie Murphy & Ben Stiller comedy 'Tower Heist' came in at #4 with a little over $13 Million in ticket sales, and the Clint Eastwood film, 'J.Edgar', starring Leonardo DiCaprio, rounds out the top 5 films grossing $11 Million its opening week. Be back here on Friday ladies & gents to find out the latest batch of new films and we'll see if Immortals will remain box office champ or not !!!




TW
Title Studio Weekend
Total
1
Immortals Relativity Media
$32,000,000

$32,000,000

2
Jack and Jill Columbia Pictures (Sony)
$26,000,000

$26,000,000

3
Puss In Boots DreamWorks Animation
$25,500,000

$108,809,000

4
Tower Heist Universal Pictures
$13,200,000

$43,900,000

5
J. Edgar Warner Bros. Pictures
$11,470,000

$11,569,000

6
A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas New Line Cinema (Warner Bros.)
$5,900,000

$23,222,000

7
In Time 20th Century Fox
$4,150,000

$30,667,000

8
Paranormal Activity 3 Paramount Pictures
$3,625,000

$100,823,000

9
Footloose Paramount Pictures
$2,735,000

$48,876,000

10
Real Steel DreamWorks Pictures
$2,000,000

$81,748,000

11
Moneyball Columbia Pictures (Sony)
$1,100,000

$71,892,000

12
Courageous TriStar Pictures (Sony)
$1,000,000

$31,554,000


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